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a teacher can be affectionate and still regard a child with objectivity,which is not possible for a parent. According to Katz this ____ is what distinguishes between mothering and teaching.
a. scope of responsibility
b. ambivalent attachment
c. intensity of affect
d. detached concern

I think ( a.) am i correct? not sure

  • edu -

    Although I am not directly aware of Katz's work, I would choose d.

  • edu- Home, school and community -

    If you are using the Home, school and community book. The answer is in chapter 6 on page 195 top page.

    The answer is; D. "detached concern"

    I suggest careful reading.

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