GLOBAL PROJECT
EMPOWERING FAMILIES WORLDWIDE
familyperspectiveorg

GLOBAL RESEARCH PROJECT
Homepage
About IFFD
Papers
Interviews
Events
Projects
Statements
News
Articles
Studies
Videos
 
Search by topic
 
Adoption
Children
Communication
Demographics
Devices
Disorders
Divorce
Education
Equality
European Union
Euthanasia
Fertility
General
Grandparents
Holidays and leisure
Immigration
Legislation
Marriage
Maternity
Mental health
Parents
Policies
Poverty
Public health
Relations
Sexuality
Teenagers
United Nations
Violence
Work-family balance


 

How to explain to a child when you can’t (or don’t want to) buy something


With holiday shopping in full swing, parents are getting on-the-fly and often pie-in-the-sky wish lists from their children. No matter what the hot item is this season it will fly off the shelves and be resold for an astronomical price, as parents scramble to fulfill those wishes.

[Erinne Magee - The Washington Post, 24 November 2017.]


Read more...
 
< PreviousNext >
 
You might also like...
 
Articles
 
The right way to help poor children and their mothers
The Economist, 7 March 2019.
 
More Articles ...
 
Studies
 
Employment situation - OECD
OECD, 17 January 2019.
 
More Studies ...
 
Videos
 
Christmas doesn’t need much
Penny
 
More Videos ...
 
 
Most popular

Articles

Global Day of Parents: UNICEF urges for support


Studies

30 years of child rights and the unfinished agenda


Videos

Always with you

 
 
Last Paper

An unequal and declining growth

[July 2019]
 
If you would like to receive regular updates via email, please provide us with the following information.
 
Name

 
Email

 
 
Facebook    Twitter    Twitter

Mobile version
 
This site is managed by the International Federation for Family Development and aims to offer all stakeholders background documentation and updated information.
The contents do not represent the official position of any institution, but only the views of its author and they are provided under the terms of a Creative Commons Public License Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported. If you would like to suggest some other document, event or link, or make any comment, please contact the webmaster.