The older generation [ which? Children are forced to focus on their effort, seeing it as the cause of success. Daytime television , magazines, products, and services for mothers are largely focused on improving the home and raising the children. University of California, Berkeley, These women "considered themselves free" after the child's junior high education. By the mids, pressure to achieve in children created the need for specialty schools. This stereotype describes women who typically have jobs and are not around the children as much, essentially becoming the female version of the stereotypical absent Japanese father, a "leisure-time parent" or "Sunday friend". In those days, child-raising was more of a private matter, handled only by the child's surrounding family.
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