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This study explores the differences and similarities in self-reported child-rearing activities and personal values between Estonian and Russian parents in Estonia using archival data. Participants included 236 Estonian and 111 Russian parents whose children, aged 10-16, attend regular schools. Parenting practices were evaluated using the QTP (Questionnaire for Rearing Tasks), and personal values using the EVI (Estonian Value Inventory). Applying factorial MANOVA led to the conclusion thatdoi:10.3176/tr.2012.1.03 fatcat:foegh7qjkja57ohimg6cec3bdu