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  Parenting and Principles Wednesday 14 August 2002  
Should we lay down the law to our children on everything from political beliefs to what sort of food they eat? Or is it better to take a more hands off approach.

We ask whether strong guidance encourages rebellion or is it the best way to pass on our values and principles.
Journalists Ann Atkins and Michelle Hanson join Sheila to discuss.
To take part in the debate

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