AT HOME

@article{Lim2018ATH,
  title={AT HOME},
  author={Sun Sun Lim},
  journal={A Guide to Scenes of Daily Life on Athenian Vases},
  year={2018}
}
  • S. S. Lim
  • Published 11 September 2018
  • A Guide to Scenes of Daily Life on Athenian Vases
This chapter focuses on transcendent parenting practices and young people’s lives in the home setting in Singapore. It discusses how parents perceive their multifaceted roles as principal nurturers, disciplinarians, teachers, friends, counsellors, advocates, and even managers of their children to ensure that their children have the best material conditions and socioemotional support at home to help them thrive in their academic pursuits to attain future social mobility, security, and comfort… 

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