By Melvin Ember, Carol R. Ember
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Children and Career Interruptions: The Family Gap in Denmark, 2000. Hastrup, Bjarne. Vores Danmark—Dansk Demokrati og Velfœrd, 1994. Hauge, Hans. Den Danske Kirke Nationalt Betragtet, 1998. Hemmingsen, Knud, and Heino Larsen. Danmark i Tema og Tabeller, 1992. Henriksen, Ingrid. Indvandrernes levevilka ˚r i Danmark, 1985. Herndon, Jeanne H. ’’ In Virginia P. Clark, Paul A. Eschholz, and Alfred F. Rosa, Language: Introductory Readings, 1985. Jenkins, Richard. ’’ Tidsskriftet Antropologi, vol. 39, 1999.
Used when a child is troublesome or rude. Yet both boys and girls are taught to stand up for themselves and to engage in verbal play and teasing. Education is increasingly valued and is seen as a way out of the rural farming life. Preschool is available to those who can afford it. All children can attend primary school from ages five to fifteen, but must get a high enough score on the Common Entrance Examination by age thirteen to secure one of the limited spaces in a secondary school. As Kwe´yo ` l is widely thought to interfere with children’s learning of En- glish, many rural parents now try to speak only English with their children.
Opportunities for education after age fifteen are limited. used when a child is troublesome or rude. Yet both boys and girls are taught to stand up for themselves and to engage in verbal play and teasing. Education is increasingly valued and is seen as a way out of the rural farming life. Preschool is available to those who can afford it. All children can attend primary school from ages five to fifteen, but must get a high enough score on the Common Entrance Examination by age thirteen to secure one of the limited spaces in a secondary school.