Posted: January 19th, 2023
Interpretive Memo (6 pages) Discussion (1 page)
The central aims of this study are to  privilege the voices of parents of young children in identifying critical parenting knowledge, attitudes, and practices (KAP), and  explore ways in which family SES might shape parenting KAP during early childhood. Thus we ask:
How do families invest in their children’s early learning and development? Specifically, from the perspectives of parents, what critical parenting knowledge, attitudes (beliefs and goals), and practices seem to matter most? How do parenting knowledge or attitudes actually affect parent-child interactions or on parenting practices?
In what ways do family socioeconomic status (SES), race/ethnicity, and culture shape those parenting knowledge, attitudes, and practices in early childhood?
MUST read the sample paper (see attachment) to see what an Interpretive Memo look like.
MUST also read the following documents to learn about the interview conducted by me and the parents:
Transcript of the interview. (See attachment)
Field Notes (see attachment)
Daily Schedule (see attachment)
Demographic Survey(see attachment)
A. After read all the documents, begin writing the interpretive memo.
B. In your writing, you will be focusing on TWO themes in attempt to address the research questions above:
1. Parenting Attitudes: (MUSTaddress the following sub-theme)
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