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Which one of the following statements accurately compares toileting goals of most Euro-American families with those of parents in other parts of the world?

▸ Methods of toilet training vary across cultures, but the goal is usually the same - to achieve independent toileting by age 2 or 2 1/2.

▸ Goals for toileting vary across cultures. In most societies of the world, however, common toileting strategies are used that include rewards and modeling.

▸ Euro-American families are more relaxed about toileting. In other parts of the world there are expectations for achieving independent toileting at an early age.

▸ Euro-American families have clear goals for achieving independent toileting - usually by 2 or 2 1/2. In other cultures there are expectations for earlier toileting, and in still others, no goals for toileting at all.
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Early Childhood Development: A Multicultural Perspective


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Euro-American families have clear goals for achieving independent toileting - usually by 2 or 2 1/2. In other cultures there are expectations for earlier toileting, and in still others, no goals for toileting at all.
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