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1. (a) the child’s age, (b) the availability of relatives, (c) income and (d) child care preferences 2. (a) that violence can and should be used to secure positive ends, (b) that the moral rightness of violence is permissible when other things don’t work.3. (a) the parents don’t like the person their son or daughter has chosen, (b) the parents feel the other person has a problem (c) the other person is different from the parent’s family (c) there is a significant ages difference (d) the person has been married once or more before (d) they’re in too much of a hurry.
4. (a) they are the kind of people we admire, (b) they do many things to help us, (c) they are more like parents to me than my own parents, (d) they are the parents of my spouse, (d) we’re in-laws so we can appreciate what it means. 5. The basic emotional needs of children are for security, trust, love, and affection, as well as self-esteem.
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6. The examiner can (a) feel the fetus move, (b) hear the fetal heartbeat, (c) get an electrical tracing of the fetal heart, (d) detect a doubling of HCG levels, (e) map the fetal outline by means of special ultrasonic equipment, (f) detect the fetal skeleton by X-ray7. Subtract 3 months from the first day of the last menstrual period and then add 7 days.8. The germinal period, the embryonic period, and the fetal period9. Silent saviors, the second line of defense and the safety net.10.
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