Survey on parenting practices among Chinese in Singapore.

@article{Poon2007SurveyOP,
  title={Survey on parenting practices among Chinese in Singapore.},
  author={Woei Bing Poon and Wei Li Cindy Ho and Cheo Lian Yeo},
  journal={Singapore medical journal},
  year={2007},
  volume={48 11},
  pages={
          1006-11
        }
}
INTRODUCTION Cultural, religious and personal factors impact greatly on parenting. This survey aims to identify gaps in knowledge and perception about common parenting issues, with respect to mandarin-speaking Chinese in Singapore. There is an emphasis on first-time parents, who the authors feel may be the group which will require additional education and support on these issues. METHODS A 37-item written survey was conducted before a public mandarin-language forum. Our response rate was 67… CONTINUE READING

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