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The role of the parent in the 21st century
The role of the parent in the 21st century
Introduction

Childhood is a relatively modern phenomenon. During the medieval period, less than a quarter of children reached their first birthday and there was little concept of childhood (Cunningham, 2006). It was the writings of Rousseau during the Enlightenment period of the 18th century that advocated consideration of the child's interests, and it is just over 150 years since Joseph Chamberlain, Mayor of Birmingham, set up the National Education League ...

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