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Understanding children and young people
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...children. Understanding all of these, the tasks of the parents, guardians, educators, leaders and social workers to mold and influence children positively in accordance with the right values of the society are given importance as such are significant in building up a better society. Appendix Works Cited Fraser, S., Lewis, V., Ding, S., Kellett, M., and Robinson,C. (2004). Doing Research with Children and Young people. London: SAGE Publications Inc. James, A., Jenks, C., and Prout, A. (1998). Theorizing Childhood. Cambridge: Polity Press. Lacey, N,. (1998). Image and Representation. New York: Palgrave....
Working with children,young people and families
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...Children, Young People and Families Introduction: Assessment and decision making processes are two of the most fundamental process when dealing with cases pertaining young people, children and their families. Particularly, they are very crucial when dealing with child welfare issues as they help in careful planning to ensure that the children under significant harm or risk (maltreated) needs are taking into account. However, most of the assessments and the decision making processes put forth by social workers while dealing with child welfare cases do not meet the criterion needed to induct the necessary decisions and interventions that will determine how safe the children... in careful...
Understanding children and young people - youth identity
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...Children and Young People- Youth Identity Young people with disabilities have a hard time to cope up with the pressures of the society. The disability aspect is such that it hurts the young ones more than it could provide them with any facilitation. The young ones with disabilities look at life from a very pessimistic angle because they believe that their lives have come to an end, and that they cannot move ahead further in life. What is important to know is how they are able to sustain pressures within their folds and what more they could do to keep themselves mentally and physically strong. The manner in which identity is formed under such settings is an important one to contemplate... ?Understanding...
Listening to children and young people
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...Child Guide (SG 2010d); and Curriculum for Excellence- Learning and Teaching Scotland (LTS 2010). One of the policy contexts that have been of concern is bullying of children and the young people. Bullying, as it is known in most parts of the world, is currently an issue for public policy in the recent years, because of the wide spread of public and professional concern with the negative effects of bullying. Other stress factors to the children and young people may include; not getting on with parents, stress and worries concerning academic performance and not getting on...
Developing work with children and young people
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...Children and Young People As an informal educator working with children and the youth, I and my fellow youth workers handle arguably one of the most crucial sections of the society. The growth and development of the current children and youth determines how they will raise the future generations. Thus, working with these two age groups entails several values including sensitivity to their plight, understanding the challenges facing them in the contemporary world and being responsive to their needs. In light of this, Brandon’s (1990) statement that “The real kernel of all our help, that which renders it effective, is compassion”.... is underpinned in working with the youth... Developing Work with Children ...
Integrated Approaches to Working With Children and Young People
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...young people, children as well as the families of the children. Moreover, these programmes are formulated with the intention of improving the quality of life of every children as well as young people. The Children Act 2004 provides legal support to all these programmes that are broadly initiated. Furthermore, this Act offers significant duties as well as determines the responsibilities for providing better services to children [1] (Crown, 2012). Every Child Matters ‘Every Child Matters’ is fundamentally considered... ?Integrated Approaches to Working with Children and Young People Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Introduction 3 Contribution of Different professionals or Individuals 4 Individuals and ...
Integrated approaches to working with children and young people
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...young people, children as well as the families of the children. Moreover, these programmes are formulated with the intention of improving the quality of life of every children as well as young people. The Children Act 2004 provides legal support to all these programmes that are broadly initiated. Furthermore, this Act offers significant duties as well as determines the responsibilities for providing better services to children [1] (Crown, 2012). Every Child Matters ‘Every Child Matters... communities. Moreover, this framework determines the actions that are required to be undertaken by the local authorities and the support that is to be provided to the local authorities for carrying...
Promoting Emotional Wellbeing in Working with Children and Young People
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...children and young people is very important for the development of a healthy society and the world. However, to eradicate emotional problems of young people from its roots, it is very important to understand that it is the home environment that shapes man’s personality and not the society. Hence, the best way to promote emotional well being in young people is to ensure a positive and nurturing environment at home so that the child develops high self-esteem and confident personality which helps him in facing any challenge that society has to offer. Importance of emotional well being The development of a society is possible only when the children and young people living... ?Introduction Emotions are the...
Understanding Children and Young People - Analysis of Childhood Images
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...children. In the picture, the ironical image of a baby using drug parallels to such phenomenon as the child seemed to act inappropriately with his young age. The implicit message of the representation reveals how adult people (the photographer) can actually contribute to the negative adaptation of children in portraying themselves. As we can usually observe, it is the parents and other adult individuals around the children who sometimes insist to let their children wear clothes and other things that made them look like an adult. As primarily portrayed in media, children learn many things in a complex manner and adapt them in their thinking and attitudes. The complex... UNDERSTANDING CHILDREN ...
Promoting Emotional Wellbeing in Working with Children and Young People
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...young people at every stage of their decision making in education becomes a responsibility of people working in the program (Lumby and Foskett 2005, p.104). Moreover, parent’s role has been identified in school performance of a child. A study by Ball et al. (2001) has revealed that level of parent’s education is an important factor in choices that parents make for their children (Lumby and Foskett 2005, p.113). Foskett et al. (2004) has found that on children from high SES localities, parents have more... ?Introduction Teenage is the most wonderful and interesting period in human being’s life. It is this phase which marks the development of a person from childhood into youth. Teenagers go through...
The communication characteristics of children from single -child families
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...child families are more probable to be occupied in the family acquisition activities than those who are not. They asserted that the young people who are from notion-oriented families have more probability to be engaged in family obtaining activities than those who are not. They also viewed that those youngsters who have more monetary resources have the high chance to be involved in family purchasing behavior than those who are not. Chen and Ma (2002) assessed that there is an exclusive family self-motivation in single-child family. It is because of paying more attention to a single child by the family members, especially to his/her educational... The communication characteristics of children from single ...
Available Intervention and Treatment for Oppositional Defiant Disorder in Young Children
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...rejected,” (Smith et al, 2010, 596). iii) methodology: a) instruments/measures The inclusion criteria in Drugli et al’s study (2010) used Larson et al’s (2009) randomized controlled replication trial. The children were first screened with the Eyberg Child Behavior Inventory (Boggs, Eyberg, and Reynolds, 1990) using the 90th percentile as a cut-off score based on Norwegian norms. Children who met the requirements were interviewed by trained interviewers using the Kiddie-SADS, a semi-structured diagnostic interview assessing the psychopathology in children and adolescents according to DSM-IV criteria (Drugli et al, 2010). The TA model used... ?Available Intervention and Treatment for Oppositional Defiant...
How can cognitive behaviour therapy be modified to fit the needs of young children
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...children social skills may at times fail due to compromised support from their environments. However, continued reference to concepts of fairness and safety of other people work in halting violent actions in young children. The inclusion of the school and the parent has also demonstrated great success. The teachers are advised on management by being trained on positive teaching methods. As the parents work on the child’s behavior from home the teachers use their learned teaching skills to control conduct disorder in a child. Most problem solving skills trainings aim at helping the child understand that every other person... HOW CAN COGNITIVE BEHAVIOUR THERAPY BE MODIFIED TO FIT THE NEEDS OF YOUNG...
Should spanking young children be considered a form of child abuse?
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...child is spanked in a proper and loving context, it is not necessarily an active form of violence any more than a hug is. Christians may argue that to “spare the rod is to spoil the child”. Some people may argue that leaving marks of any kind is what constitutes abuse. Ultimately, when children are spanked as an anger response, the act of being spanked can become a message of acting out in anger on the parent’s part and not a punishment method... Spanking as Punishment or Child Abuse In today’s society, spanking draws a good bit of controversy. In days of old, spanking was a routine part of parenting and discipline. Unfortunately however, child abuse is on the rise. In addition, a growing number of...
Collection of resources and services for families expecting a child or with very young children
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...child or with very young children Services and resources for Expectant Mothers: 1. Maternal Fetal Care, P.C. / Dr. Richard Viscarello, MD, FACOG 1275 Summer Street, Suite 306, Stamford, Connecticut 203-978-5775 www.maternalfetalcarepc.com Description: The services offered include 3-D Ultrasound & High Resolution Ultrasound, Prenatal Testing, Genetic Counseling, Amniocentesis, Fetal Monitoring & Testing, & Childbirth Education & Breastfeeding classes. Target clients: Expectant mothers 2. Bebe PT 1260 15th Street, Suite 616 Santa Monica CA 90404 310 305 7100 Description: Services include Physical Therapy for a healthy pregnancy... EDUCATION: Collection of resources and services for families expecting a...
Critique Article - "Math for the young child" or any math critique article that deals with children
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...young children requires specific care and attention as the approach adopted in early teaching has a great value considering the general attitude the child develops to the subject throughout its life. Among the many articles which emphasizes on this special requirement in the teaching of Mathematics to young children, the article “The Big Math for Little Kids Early Childhood Mathematics Program” by Robert Balfanz, Herbert P. Ginsburg, and Carole Greenes has a central value. It is specifically because the authors throughout the article deal with research based principles... introducing the program the ‘Big Math for Little Kids’ in detail, the authors deal with its research base which includes...
Critically discuss the key issues involved in studying children and young people
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...young people and children. The manner in which the difference is brought to the fore is another pertinent consideration, and one that has a lot of bearing on the way these students conduct themselves within the global dynamics. On the part of the child who is being looked after and taught at the school, it is made sure that he starts interacting with the young ones... ?Critically discuss the key issues involved in studying children and young people The study of young people and children is indeed exciting in the fact that it creates a sense of invigoration for the people. The children are very impressionable in their minds as they aim to look at life’s different manifestations in a number of ways....
IS cyber bullying an increasing problem for young people in Australia??
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...young people in Australia? TABLE OF CONTENTS Executive Summary 3 Introduction 3 2. Discussion 4 2.1. Background 4 2.3. Case Study: Mobile Phones 4 2.4. Conventional Responses 5 2.5. Effects of Cyber Bullying 6 2.6 Policies 8 3. Conclusion 9 4. Recommendations 10 5. References 11 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The emergence of new technology has also given birth to a new form of bullying called cyber bullying. Although, a relatively new phenomenon, this form of bullying has attracted a considerable degree of attention due to high profile cases, some of which have resulted to deaths of children... Is cyber bullying an increasing problem for young...
Developmental Difficulties and Young Offenders
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...young people feel they require consumer goods for both conforming and standing out. The consumer role-plays an integral part of the construction of self-identity in a risk society. There is much more to be considered as the main reasons behind aggression and offence of youngsters besides two questions in this respect: cause or effect. Do aggressive children become aggressive because they are rejected, or do they get rejected because... Running head: Developmental Difficulties and Young Offenders Developmental Difficulties and Young Offenders By _____________________ Introduction While introducing the topic "problems and difficulties with young developing offenders", we must optimistically think on...
Critically discuss the key issues involved in studying children and young people
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...young people and children. The manner in which the difference is brought to the fore is another pertinent consideration, and one that has a lot of bearing on the way these students conduct themselves within the global dynamics. On the part of the child who is being looked after and taught at the school, it is made sure that he starts interacting with the young... Critically discuss the key issues involved in studying children and young people The study of young people and children is indeed exciting in the fact that it creates a sense of invigoration for the people. The children are very impressionable in their minds as they aim to look at life’s different manifestations in a number of ways. Children are ...
What Are The Implications For Social Workers In Combating Re-Offending Among Children And Young People?
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...children and young people? Table of Contents Terms of Reference…………………3 2) Chapter 1 …………………………4 3) Chapter 2…………………………8 4) Chapter 3…………………………11 5) Chapter 4…………………………14 6) Chapter 5 ………………………. 18 7) Chapter 6 ………………………. 20 8) Chapter 7 ………………………. 23 9) Chapter 8……………………….. 25 10) Chapter 9 ………………………. 27 11) References …………………….. 30 Introduction and Terms of Reference This report intends to provide a description of the scenario among the youth and children and the tendency of juvenile delinquents to resort back to offending. The view is holistic in approach which excavates the theories and situations and how social... ? What are the implications for social workers in combating re-offending among...
Education of Young Children
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...child's unique strengths, weaknesses and interests which allows DAP to be in tune to the individual differences among children. Furthermore, knowledge of varying socio-economic and cultural contexts as applied in DAP allows for relevance among children and families coming from different backgrounds. The learning environment as an element of DAP encompasses the interface between young children and the all the actors such as teachers, families and other children. It also includes the inter-related practices of teaching, developing curricula and the feedback processes that go with DAP. The learning environment is where social interactions... DAP and DEC Recommended Practices In your own words, what are...
The concerns of obesity in children and young people: physical activity and sedentary behaviours
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...Children And Young People: Physical Activity and Sedentary Behaviours Pearl Senior U0740000 Health and Bioscience Bachelor of Science Honours Degree Complementary Therapies Supervisor Dr G Webb University of East London Stratford Monday 28th April 2008 Table of Contents Abstract……………………………………………………………………… Introduction………………………………………………………………… Overview……………………………………………………………………… Measuring Obesity in Children and Adolescents…………………… Factors Related to Obesity……………………………………………… Physical Activity…………………………………………………… Sedentary Behaviours…………………………………………… Eating Behaviours and Obesity………………………………… Parental... The Concerns of Obesity In Children ...
Safeguarding Young People
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...children can grow resilience ability to ward off any bad incident that may happen to them in the future. The key to safeguarding young people is by educating them, as well as the adults to take care of the young so that the future may be bright and fulfilling. Works Cited 1. Care Matters (2006), Available at
Creativity in young children
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...child. The environment within which the kid resides interacts with specific abilities to create even more distinctions. Consequently, the child has an impact on his surroundings and, in turn, the surroundings affect the kid. The environment contains of individuals, places, objects, along with experiences, which can have an effect on the growth of young kids. Children require real experiences, along with inspiration springs to develop artistically (Isbell & Raines, 2013). In creativeness, the more... Creativity in Young Children al Affiliation) Creativity in Young Children Creativity refers to the capa to think within unique manners, come up with unusual ideas, and amalgamate things in diverse ways. Young ...
Young People & Physical Activity
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...Young People 7 The Basis and Effectiveness of Different Youth Sport Initiatives Operating Locally and Nationally 9 Conclusion 12 References 13 17 Bibliography 18 Introduction Sports are highly regarded in building human character (Fullinwider, 2006). Kids love to participate in sports to have fun. Sports are always considered responsible for building up a child into healthy adults... ?School Sports Competition Table of Contents Introduction 3 Role of Key Agencies in the Development of Youth Sports in the UK 4 Effectiveness of Current Youth Sport Organisation and Their Initiatives Offered For the Development of Youth Sports and Critical Factors Influencing the Provision of Sporting Opportunities for Young ...
How do practitioners in a child care centre encourage babies and young children to learn to talk?
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...children. This is when the role of child care centers comes into the spotlight. Over the time, women have come to realize the importance of child care centers in helping them look over their children while they are away; at the same time, working mothers are relieved of the tension of having their children unattended. There has been a surge in the demand for qualified and experienced people who can take responsibility and care for young children. Moreover, the demand for child care workers is also high because of the high turnover rate of the job; this is because the wages given to child care workers are low, making the turnover... How Do Practitioners in a Child Care Centre Encourage Babies and Young...
Counselling young people
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...young people: Children and adolescents with mental health issues need to get help in the form of counseling as soon as possible. A variety of signs may point to mental health disorders or serious emotional disturbances in children or adolescents. One must pay attention if a child or adolescent has any of these warning signs: A child or adolescent is troubled by feelings like: Over-reacting to things. Worthless or guilty often. Anxious or worried often. Unable to get over a loss or death of someone important. Extremely fearful or having unexplained fears. Constantly concerned about physical problems or physical appearance... Counseling young people Many transitional changes occur during one’s...
Young People and Politics
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...Young People and Politics. Demos. Loader, B. D. 2007. Young Citizens in the Digital Age: Political Engagement, Young People and New Media. Routledge. Marsh, D. O’Toole, T. and Jones, S. 2007. Young People and Politics in the UK: Apathy or Alienation? Palgrave Macmillan. Percy-Smith, B. and Thomas, N. 2009. A Handbook of Children and Young People's Participation: Perspectives from Theory and Practice. Routledge. Thomas, P. 2011. Youth, Multiculturalism and Community Cohesion. Palgrave Macmillan. Wattenberg, M. P. 2011. Is Voting for Young People? Longman. White, C. Bruce, S. and Ritchie, J. 2000. Young People's Politics. Joseph Rowntree Foundation.... ?Running Head: Young...
Importance of Children in Foster Care Homes
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...child refugees who have been separated from family by armed conflict; and children with a disability placed in institutional care. There needs to be more focus on children living in foster care homes by providing safe, permanent, nurturing families within the child's community. Children being separated from their parents are an important issue because it can affect a child's survival and development. Very young children are especially vulnerable, with 0-3 years old facing increased risk of mortality if they lose their mothers (UNICEF et al 2006). The sexual abuse and early sexual activity associated with some forms of separation, such as early... ?Importance of Children in Foster Care Homes One of the...
Outline and discuss the different kinds of barriers to learning and participation faced by disabled children and young people wi
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...children and young people come across. Schools, governments and the society have working towards better deaf education in most countries. The deaf education has been improving over the years, but the challenges are still there for deaf children and young adults in their quest for education, and only time will tell whether the current calls for more improvement and addressing challenges will be successful in making their education even better. The deaf education can be credited to an Italian physician, Geronimo Cardano who was born in the 16th century in Milan Italy. Geronimo claimed that the deaf were as smart as the hearing people only... ? Education is the most important thing in the world as of the...
Child Labour in Third World Countries
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...children. In 2002, the U.S. Congress passed legislation ordering the Department of Labour's Bureau of International Labour Affairs to study the relationship between education and military expenditure in countries where child labour is recognized to be particularly common. The word child labour in general refers to any economic activity carried out by someone not above the age of 15. Not all work done by children is harmful or manipulative. Child labour does not normally refer to part-time work after school or rightful internship opportunities for young people. Nor does it refer to adolescent people helping out in the family business or on the family farm. Rather, the "child labour... Child Labour in...
Understand the importance of early intrevention to support the speech,language and communication needs of children and young people.
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...CHILDREN Recognition of speech, language and communication delay early is essential for a kid or youngsters wellbeing. It is significance to discover any early language and communication abilities, in regards to youngsters later accomplishments and to verify it is documented and that backing is given to kids when it is in the early stage so they can then accomplish their maximum capacity. This recommends perceiving a child’s issues ahead of schedule in their life and getting the backing required as quickly as time permits after the issues get to be apparent is indispensable. Early mediation means making a brief intercession to backing the child and their families... SPEECH, LANGUAGE AND COMMUNICATION IN...
Child dev
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...Child Development Chapter An Introduction to Child Development 6 Facts from Chapter 1 The concept of child development is a form of scientific study that is related to patterns of change, stability and growth that takes place from the conception stage through the stage of adolescence. The concept of child development focuses on three major areas physical development that is related to the physical make up of the body, cognitive development that is related to intellectual capabilities, personality development that differs from one person from the other and societal development reflects upon the ways an individual interact with other people. The major societal factor that has an impact... ID number:...
Conduct Disorder in Young Children.
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...YOUNG CHILDREN Conduct Disorder in Young Children The mental development and health of children are primary concern of parents and teachers. A child is said to have emotional disorder when he or she has a mental disorder which can be clinically diagnosed. It can, however, be extremely difficult to diagnose a mental disorder in young children because the criteria used to recognise the symptoms of disorder in children are same as those used in adults. Diagnosis becomes even more complicated because children often do not have the skill to verbally communicate their thoughts, feelings and reactions towards certain situation. The difficulty in diagnosis also arises... ? Running Head: CONDUCT DISORDER IN YOUNG ...
Impact of Domestic Violence on Children
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...children’s development. Retrieved from http://www.community.nsw.gov.au/docswr/_assets/main/documents/dv_paper.pdf Holt, S., Buckley, H., & Whelan, S. (2008). The impact of exposure to domestic violence on children and young people: A review of the literature. Child Abuse & Neglect, 32(8), 797-810. Kitzmann, K. M., Gaylord, N. K., Holt, A. R., & Kenny, E. D. (2003). Child witnesses to domestic violence: a meta-analytic review. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 71(2), 339. MacGee, C. (2000). Childhood experiences of domestic violence. London [u.a.: Kingsley. Mugenda, O & Mugenda,M (2003).Research methods-Qualitative and Quantitative approaches. Acts... EFFECT OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE ON...
Social work assessment in child care.
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...Child Care Introduction This essay will critically evaluate the current transformation in the way child care law or socialpolicy, and social work assessment, describes vulnerable children and young people. It will clearly show that social policy has transformed from being prevailed by medical theories that vulnerable children, such as those with disabilities, are certainly ‘in need’ and ‘passive’. It implies that this transformation has been oriented by ‘social inclusion’ and ‘social model’ concepts that vulnerable children are citizens, have rights, and should be completely given access to cultural and educational activities. Particularly, it claims that ‘social inclusion... ?Social Work Assessment in...
Young people who sexually offend
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...Young People Sexually Offend History of Abuse Above, we saw that modeling fell under one of the theoretical approaches to why young people choose to sexually offend. They may choose to do so because they were sexually offended themselves. They may choose to do so because they saw other children being sexually offended. They may choose to do so in order to act out or receive some sort of compensation for what they experienced as a child. The most frightening fact is that most children who are abused will grow up only to repeat the cycle themselves. There are many... Young People Who Sexually Offend The Main Concepts and Theoretical Frameworks Underpinning the Work Carried Out with Young People Who...
Selecting toys for young children
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...Young Children Play is a natural activity for young children since it provides opportunity for them to learn and grow physically, mentally and socially. As such, one activity that is synonymous with children is play and toys are their everyday tool. With this in mind, it is mandatory to select appropriate toys for children, and this is dependent in the age bracket that they are situated. This paper will be a discussion of the toys that are appropriate for children between the ages of 3 to 5 and the reason why they are deemed appropriate. Toys for children between 3 and 5 years are known as pre-school toys since these children are in their preschool years. In as much as these toys... Selecting Toys for...
Why young people join gangs
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...child is rooted in the opportunities, skills and the recognition that builds up through early interactions with family members, friends and teachers (Stefan Hounslea, 2011, p. 9). Education to the progression of a young person is significant. Thornberry discovered that 71.5% of ‘stable gang members’ had dropped out of secondary education compared to 33.6% of non-gang members (Thornberry, 2003, p. 169). He also found that the youth who transitioned smoothly from secondary to further education had the lowest levels of delinquent behaviour. The lack of education correlates to criminal activity and gang membership. A minimum standard of education has led many young people... Why the Young Join Gangs Dte Why...
IN REPORT FORMAT,EVALUATE THE EFFECTIVENESS OF AN ORGANIZATION OF YOUR CHOICE WHICH CAMPAIGNS OR ADVOCATES FOR CHILDREN,YOUNG PEOPLE AND FAMILIES
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...child abuse throughout the United Kingdom, the number of children below the age of 15 years old who die from physical abuse and negligence throughout the United Kingdom has increased from 0.4 to 0.9 deaths per 100,000 children (Guardian, 2003; Unicef, 2003). As part of discussing NSPCC’s campaign and advocates for children, young people, and families, the work and involvement of NSPCC in terms of dealing with young people through ‘child line’ and families will be tackled followed by going through its impact over the life of millions of children, young children, and families. Eventually, the effectiveness of NSPCC’s... NSPCC’s Campaigns or Advocates for Children, Young People, and Families Total Number of ...
Are Children Smarter Because of the Internet
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...children smarter or more socialized because of the Internet? Hypothesis Daily use of the Internet makes children smarter and more socialized. Literature review Internet has brought a dramatic change in the way people interact with one another. Although the effects are witnessed by all generations in general, yet the young generation is impacted by the Internet the most. There is also variation in the extent to which children belonging to different areas are affected by the Internet since the use of the Internet is generally more common in the urban areas as compared to the rural areas. Overall, use of the Internet has played an important role in making the children both... ?Research question Are children ...
Are Children Harmed by Divorce?
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...children School-age children may feel upset, anxious, and powerless in the loss of a parent and an intact family even if they understand what is going on at home (113). Younger school-age children are pained and anxious, and long for the presence of the other parent, which is usually the father, and wish they could spend more time together. Older school-age are commonly angry, and find one parent to blame for the other’s pain. There is also larger awareness on social, financial, and legal problems. The older school-age child may ponder on the divorce often even if they do not want to, sometimes disrupting their attention in class or sleep. C. Young adolescents The adolescents... ?Divorce: Effects on...
Critically discuss how childhood and youth research builds on a series of values, beliefs and images about children and young people. Suggested approach
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...Child of the UN, participation need not to be seen as an end in itself. The aim of participation is to ensure good outcomes for children and young people themselves, community and organization. The involvement of children and young people is likely to be important to them if they can identify that their views have a consideration and have made a difference. Effective participation means that the involvement of young people and children leads to change (Bucknall 2014). Researches that involve children and young people bring up ethical concerns that involve: i. The young people’s capacity to comprehend what research entails, and if their consent to participate is enough... HOW CHILDHOOD AND YOUTH RESEARCH...
Children as Eyewitnesses
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...Young adulthood (19 to 40 years Intimacy vs Isolation Relationships Young adults need to form intimate, loving relationships with other people. Success leads to strong relationships, while failure results in loneliness and isolation. Middle Adulthood (40 to 65 years) Generativity vs Stagnation Work and parenthood Adults need to create or nurture things that will outlast them, often by having children or creating a positive change that benefits other people. Success leads to feelings of usefulness and accomplishment, while failure results in shallow involvement... ?Children as Eyewitnesses A Field Research Report Introduction The courtroom is the modern day battlefield. As lay persons, much of our...
Child Abandonment kill(affect) children
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...children who completely reject their absent parents strive to be the exact opposite of the parent who abandoned them” (Maier 2). Conversely, children who idealize the parent who abandoned them have a tendency of developing fantasies about them in order to provide temporary comfort. Long Term Psychological Impact of Child Abandonment Long-term psychological impact of child abandonment include issues such as problems maintaining long-term relationships, depression, eating disorders, social disabilities, cognitive or learning disabilities and low self-esteem. Children who have been abandoned...
Child Abuse with Adopted children
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...children can be categorized into setting, perpetrators, type, severity, age and gender, as well as the cultural context (p431). With these yardsticks, the concept could be examined in a given society either individually or collectively. Korbin states that child abuse could flourish in a given society due to three main factors: cultural promoters, cultural categorization/discrimination and structural violence (p437). Cultural promoters like idiosyncrasies, which include things that makes a given people different from others can have inherent elements of child abuse in it. Thus in the bid for a social group of...
Sexual Health Promotion: Young People
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...Young People In the UK problems associated with young people's sexual health include the high rates of teenage pregnancy (Social Exclusion Unit, 1999), an increasing rate of Sexually Transmitted Infections and unsatisfactory sexual relationships (Holland et al, 1998; Wright et al, 2000). It is usually believed that education in sexual matters will lead to reduction of risk taking and therefore reduction of these problems yet this assumption is not supported by randomised trials on any large enough scale to show this, and none in the UK (Buston et al, 2002). While some quasi-experimental studies have concluded that sex education is effective most randomised trials suggest... Sexual Health Promotion -...
Should young people carry guns?
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...children, and teens were killed by firearms from 1981 to 2010(CDC 34). In 2011, 5% of high school students possessed a gun while in school. The recent shootings reported by the media further enhanced the reality that schools are no longer safe zones. Gradually, school violence became a reality that the society had to face. School violence is a threat as it disrupts learning and inhibits the core function of the school as a social institution. Reported incidences of gun... Module A Call for Action INTRODUCTION Over the years, reports of violence in schools created a major concern over the safety of students. According to the research carried out in the U.S by the CDC, a total sum of 112,375 infants,...
Children Behavior Worse Than 10 Years Ago
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...people around them that is mostly instant family unit. (Schultz, 2012). So, it is therefore important for a child to learn and adapt the right things, likely from their family members (Richardson, 2005). Unfortunately, parents are there to accomplish this important process. (Schultz, 2012). Furthermore, it is very common in U.S. that children faced the breakup of their parents in childhood and brought up in broken families; they have passed through intense depressions and tensions of living apart from their parents (Schultz, 2012). In addition, even if parents keep their children with them, they have not heeded proper attention and guidance on them... ? Children Behavior Worse Than 10 Years Ago [Pick the ...
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