Big family: Addressing perceived unfairness by hearing each child out

Ms Nurerdawati and her husband Mr Mohammad Irwan with their four children.
Ms Nurerdawati and her husband Mr Mohammad Irwan with their four children.ST PHOTO: NG SOR LUAN

SINGAPORE - Sometimes in a big family, it pays to be the noisiest kid.

When Ms Nurerdawati Rahim's three younger children are embroiled in an argument over resources such as television shows, they may clamour for the show they want.

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