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|Other Titles:||Exploring Family Policy in the U.S. Through a Preventive Perspective and Family Life Education|
National Taiwan Normal University Department of Human Development and Family Studies
|Abstract:||本研究旨在略述數項美國家庭政策：家庭與醫療假法，臨時援助貧困家庭法，婦女，嬰兒，孩童補充食品計劃，教育相關的啟蒙計劃，公費醫療保險，及聯邦醫療保險。此外，經由探討兩項美國長期追蹤研究：兒童不良經歷（Adverse Childhood Experiences, ACEs）及佩里學前教育研究（High/Scope Perry Preschool Program），發現及早預防所可能產生的正面結果及經濟效應。最後，本文以家庭生活教育作為基礎探討台灣兩項政策：家庭暴力防治法及家庭教育法。期盼給予學者，立法委員，及政府首長官員共同思考如何強化並落實健康家人關係的有效策略及計劃。|
This paper attempted to explore family policy in the U.S. by examining a number of commonly known policies. The intent was to briefly discuss what Family and Medical Leave Act FMLA), AFDC, TANF, WIC, HeadStart, Medicaid, and Medicare are. In addition, adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) study and High/Scope Perry Preschool Study were examined to highlight the importance of early and timely prevention. The focus was then switched to the discussion of Family life education and the nature of preventive educational programs to strengthen family and relationships. Finally, the connection between family life education and general implication were presented to look into Domestic Violence Prevention Act and Family Education Act in Taiwan for scholars, lawmakers, and governmental officials to consider ways to promote and strengthen family life and relationships.
|Appears in Collections:||人類發展與家庭學報|
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