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In the field of political values, it is certainly true that students are not radical, not rebels against their parents or their peers.
Despite all this, the idea apparently has captured the imagination of countless youths whose parents are probably more surprised by the response than anybody else.
How can we old-fashioned parents, who still feel that adults are due some respect from children, battle the new type of advertising that appears on TV without denying the children the use of television entirely??
Or a bored dog because you are more interested in something else -- maybe the way you look, or the date you have after the Class, or you are just doing this to please the parents.
During early childhood, children are more interested in the approval of their parents and teachers than they are in the approval of other children ; ;
Their experience is quite in contrast with that of children of upper- and upper-middle-class native-born parents, who are more likely to regard education as good for its own sake and to discount the vocational emphases in the curriculum.
These have an upper-middle-class leadership and a middle-class membership, with rare exceptions, where working-class parents are active in local P.-T.A. matters.
and it is better to be shamed and criticized by one's parents, who already consider one different and difficult to understand, than by one's peers, who are also experiencing a similar groping for and denial of adult status.
The older parents continued to teach their children traditional principles, but the younger people, who have lost all faith and convictions, are now parents.
the bridegroom's parents, the Barrett Wendells, who are returning from a winter holiday in Sarasota, Fla., for the occasion ; ;
Since his parents are now renting his room to a lodger, Alex wanders the streets and enters a public library where he hopes to learn a painless way to commit suicide.
" While chemical issues in the brain that result in anxiety ( especially resulting from genetics ) are well documented, this study highlights an additional environmental factor that may result from being raised by parents suffering from chronic anxiety.
His report of life there covers a wide range of topics, such as marriage in heaven ( where all angels are married ), children in heaven ( where they are raised by angel parents ), time and space in heaven ( there are none ), the after-death awakening process in the World of Spirits ( a place halfway between Heaven and Hell and where people first wake up after death ), the allowance of a free will choice between Heaven or Hell ( as opposed to being sent to either one by God ), the eternity of Hell ( one could leave but would never want to ), and that all angels or devils were once people on earth.
When infants are taught to sign, parents are able to converse with them at a developmental stage when they are not yet capable of producing vocal speech, which requires fine control of both breathing and the vocal tract.
We are not certain that the word " democracy " was extant when systems that came to be called democratic were first instituted, but around 460 BC an individual is known whose parents had decided to name him ' Democrates ', a name which may have been manufactured as a gesture of democratic loyalty ; the name can also be found in Aeolian Temnus, not a particularly democratic state.
Litters are born in the early summer and the parents raise the young in a large den.
Most forms of albinism are the result of the biological inheritance of genetically recessive alleles ( genes ) passed from both parents of an individual, though some rare forms are inherited from only one parent.

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Sometime between 1763 and 1764 Salieri suffered the death of both parents and was briefly taken in by an anonymous brother, a monk in Padua, and then for unknown reasons in 1765 or 1766 he became the ward of a Venetian nobleman named Giovanni Mocenigo ( which Giovanni is at this time unknown ), a member of the powerful and well connected Mocenigo family.
The name his parents gave him is unknown ; the word epíktetos ( επίκτητος ) in Greek simply means " acquired.
Judith was one of the youngest children of her parents ; her date of birth remains unknown.
There is no known record of Point du Sable's life prior to the 1770s ; his birth year, place of birth, and parents are unknown, though he is known to have been of African descent.
His parents were likely merchants who had settled in the kingdom and were " apparently well-to-do ", although it is unknown whether they participated in the First Crusade or arrived later.
Weygand was born in Brussels of unknown parents.
Gerald still only makes sounds, but now has two speaking friends, Janine and Jacob, as well as a dog named Burp, who only burps ( and someone always says " excuse me " after Burp burps ) Gerald's parents ( names unknown ) complete the regular cast, although his mother has black hair in this series instead of blonde.
Her parents were Oceanus and Tethys ( thus making Plouto one of the 3000 Oceanids ) or Himas, a Lydian that was otherwise unknown.
Anglicus is believed to have been born around the turn of the 13th century, to unknown parents.
The names of Hamilcars ’ parents are unknown, and it is hypothesized that the family may have come from Cyrene and was part of the landed aristocracy of Carthge.
George's parents are unknown.
Virginia Dare ( born August 18, 1587, date of death unknown ) was the first child born in the Americas to English parents, Eleanor ( also Ellinor or Elyonor ) and Ananias Dare.
According to the statements of a later era, Regino was the son of noble parents and was born at the stronghold of Altrip on the Rhine near Speyer at an unknown date.
John Blaski, postmaster and Mayor of the village Zarnowiec, residing here and thirty-six years old, and Idzi Baiorkiewicz, residing at his farm of two quarts at Zarnowiec and thirty-three years old, and declared that his Excellency, Joel Barlow, Minister Plenipotentiary at the Court of Emperor of the French and King of Italy, died on the above day at 12 o ' clock at noon in the house No. 1 while journeying from Warsaw to Paris, at the age of fifty-six, son of unknown parents, and husband of her Excellency Mrs. Margaret nee Baldwin, residing in the American city of Ridgefield.
The cause of histrionic personality disorder is unknown, but childhood events such as deaths or illnesses in the immediate family ( which present constant anxiety ), divorce of parents, and genetics may be involved.
Her parents disappeared without a trace when she was only eight years old, their whereabout are unknown to Sam.
Although the names of his parents are unknown, Philo came from a family who were noble, honourable and wealthy.
The exact time taken to incubate the eggs is unknown, but both parents share incubation duties.
The real Anastasia, the youngest daughter of the last Tsar and Tsarina of Russia, Nicholas II and Alexandra, was killed along with her parents and siblings on 17 July 1918 by communist revolutionaries in Ekaterinburg, Russia ; but the location of her body was unknown until 2008.
His parents are unknown.
An orphanage is defined as " An Institution that houses children whose parents are deceased or whose whereabouts are unknown.
An autopsy was prevented by Vysotsky's parents ( who were eager to have their son's drug addiction remain secret ), so the true cause of death remains unknown.
" In the H. city of Veracruz, on the thirty first of August of eighteen hundred and fifty, I, Don Ignacio Jose Jimenez, curate of the parish church of the Assumption of Our Lady, buried in the general cemetery the body of Juan Reley, of forty five years of age, a native of Ireland, unmarried, parents unknown ; died as a result of drunkenness, without sacraments, and I signed it.
He became " a superstar " among his audience and their parents, but unknown to everyone else, and enjoyed what he called being a " micro-celebrity, about as small a celebrity as you can be.

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