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Living Together Before Marriage. A Good Idea
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...marriages break within a minimum period of 20 years.” This was in reference to the couples who stay together without marriage. most of them feel that, marriage is a huge commitment and their ambitions about their careers they decide its best to be safe than sorry since it will not cost them much when they say ‘they have separated’ rather than say ‘they have divorced’ (Iyer, Para, 7). In addition to that, many young individuals have grown in the era where there is numerous horrific divorce that leave the young individual traumatized with no clue of handling separation of the two most important people in their lives. Hence they develop that kind of mentality that marriage is always ending... ...
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Advantages for Young people live with out Parents
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...parent children relationship faces is generation gap. Generation gap is nothing but differences in ideologies and thought process. This would cause further distortion in the relationship between the parent and young children. Youth living without parents would not be influenced by and confined to the ideology of their parents. This would mean that they will develop an early individuality. At peer level, they will have an advantage of being relatively mature and able to handle complex things. This is very much important to be successful in life.... The role of parents in bringing up a child is very important. At adolescence, the influence of parents is crucial in building oneself as a person. Usually it...
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Homeless young women
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...parental support, lack of peer support, lack of social acceptance, timidity, lack of determination to achieve higher educational attainments, etc. However, governmental and supporting people support group has been legitimated. All of this sustenance encompasses those female at the age of puberty before marriage. To what extent do homeless young women with children depend on support workers whilst staying at a hostel' The degree of dependence has to be explored. The governmental agencies and supporting people groups have been in existence in Cardiff, United Kingdom. They are open at any time of the day. Hence, there is a need... Order 287080 The extent of dependent of homeless young women with...
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Young Marriage or Older Marriage
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...Young Marriage or Older Marriage Marriage, also known as matrimony or wedlock, is definedas a social union or a legal contract that binds two people as lifetime collaborates creating association. However, I think the real definition of marriage varies with different religious backgrounds, cultural beliefs, and interpersonal relationship. Marriage is usually crested by a wedding ceremony. Most cultures in the world usually acknowledge heterosexual marriage. However, some communities allow same sex marriages. According to Professor Lukenbill’s lecture, she says, “Today, there has been a notable change in the gender roles especially at young age which later... ?Flora Yazheng Lu Lukenbill May 8, Sociology...
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Infidelity: staying in a relationship after infidelity
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...Staying in a relationship after infidelity Introduction In 1998, Monica Lewinsky told the public that she had had an affair with then U.S. President Bill Clinton. (Posner) Hillary Clinton, Bill’s wife, decided to continue standing by her husband throughout the scandal and the aftermath. Numerous indiscretions, one of which was with the late Marilyn Monroe, were also an issue with another American president. (Taraborrelli) His wife, the beloved Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, did not pretend to be naïve about her husband’s extra-marital affairs but held her composure and the marriage together. Looking at these marriages and some others, it would appear that deciding to stay with a cheating... Infidelity:...
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Role of Parents in helping young people to negotiate the period of adolescence
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...Parents in helping young people to negotiate the period of adolescence Adolescence is perhaps one of the most sensitive periods in the lifeof any individual when the rivalries of mind reach the highest pinnacle. There are different ways in which psychologists interpret this period or the changes in attributes that affect the life of a person and those in the surroundings than others. The changes are often complex as there is a feeling of enthusiasm on the one hand on experiencing the feeling of stepping into a new world, which is a precursor to adulthood and the challenges that are posed by the social milieu often bring about behavioral changes that affects the family to a great extent... ? Role of...
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Children after Parents Divorce
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...marriage, and subsequent divorce (Lye 4-8). Lye further states that these actions are heavily influenced by the degree of post-divorce parental involvement, income, neighborhood, and parental conflict (4-8, 4-9). Younger children will be most affected by the upheaval in the family living arrangements. They may be geographically isolated from one parent, and the primary caretaker may also be suffering from a mental disorder. They may experience frequent moves, loss of friends, a change... Social Paradigm: Children of Divorce Children who are faced with the separation of their parents through divorceface a special set of difficulties. They will experience the loss of a parent, geographical relocation, and ...
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Exchange Theory: Family And Marriage Relationships
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...benefits of the relationships. Democratization of our society is built such way that every time when we make an attempt to create strong relationships we select somebody, meantime being picked out by others. Frequently these choices do not match with each other, due to the influence of the numerous factors. Choosing a right person for marriage, people always estimate each other, examining partner’s... ? Exchange Theory: Family and Marriage Relationships Exchange Theory: Family and Marriage Relationships Human relationship is one of the most unpredictable and disputed phenomenon among all scientific facts and studies. Our interactions with each other build a complicated sphere of life that influence on...
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Theory Paper (Exchange Theory) Family and marriage relationships
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...benefits of the relationships. Democratization of our society is built such way that every time when we make an attempt to create strong relationships we select somebody, meantime being picked out by others. Frequently these choices do not match with each other, due to the influence of the numerous factors. Choosing a right person for marriage, people always estimate each other, examining partner’s... Exchange Theory: Family and Marriage Relationships Exchange Theory: Family and Marriage Relationships Human relationship is one of the most unpredictable and disputed phenomenon among all scientific facts and studies. Our interactions with each other build a complicated sphere of life that influence on our...
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Sex only after marriage
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...people to build intimate and lasting relationships is decaying. Societal upheaval is close to completely overthrowing the idea of personal confidence in a peaceful and fulfilling future. Our world decries the effects of these social maladies, but few people are willing to look at the causes. Broken marriages are harming adults and children, creating a self fulfilling prophecy of a future which is more fragmented. Affairs within marriages, and children who wind up living in the emotional vacuum created by the absence of one of their biological parents, also add to the corporate social strain. Like a car engine running at the higher ends... Our culture is filled with evidence that the trust needed for...
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Safeguarding Young People
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...young adults. Safeguarding “Today’s youth is tomorrow’s future”. This adage holds true since a children of today will inevitably become important people in the future. Protecting and looking after them is not only a duty... SAFEGUARDING YOUNG PEOPLE Introduction The world is changing and so are the people living in it. Everyday we are bombarded with news of new technology evolving, new cures for the ailing and progress and research in every field. Unfortunately the changing world has also given us a reason to fear for our safety. Since the 9/11 attacks on the world trade center, terrorism has become the ‘it’ word and our times have seen quite a few examples of terrorism already. The US attacks on Afgh...
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Young People & Physical Activity
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...After winning the London 2012 Olympic bid, the nation has really been very active in encouraging young generation towards participation in sports. Role of Key Agencies in the Development of Youth Sports in the UK Sports by nature are competitive and help to develop the sense of competencies among the young people. The sporting scenario in the UK is frequently changing and very complex in nature. Agencies play a very crucial role in developing sports in the nation. It is important to understand the vision, the objectives and the strategic direction of these agencies working... ?School Sports Competition Table of Contents Introduction 3 Role of Key Agencies in the Development of Youth Sports in the UK 4...
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Barriers to Education in Young Parents
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...young parents, the loss of past friends was the result of a lack of time (and money) to go for outings and socialize, and hence the drifting. In some cases, moving quite large distances between towns/areas young women were unable to rely on previous social networks and would often know no one at all in the new area (Cater, 2006). There is a change in the attitudes of young mothers after realizing that they are pregnant or after becoming parent. Young mothers (with children) also face other hardships, such as sorting out benefits, housing, and the responsibility and effort involved in looking after a young child (Dench, 2007, A). Although, most of the young mothers say... "Literature Review of Articles...
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Counselling young people
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...young people Many transitional changes occur during one’s lifetime and it is important to understand human development across the life span. These changes can be physical, emotional, or cognitive. The transition from childhood to adulthood is a crucial period in the development of the individual. All transitions have their moments of difficulty and their particular crises, but no period is so complicated and so confusing for individuals as adolescence. They are no longer children, but they are not yet adults. Adolescents always seem to be caught between the expectations and judgments of their parents, friends, and their own self- concepts. They never quite know where they stand because... Counseling...
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Young People and Politics
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...stay further than the limits of how politics is traditionally recognized. As a result, several studies have revealed that this faction do have a high rate of involvement in different types of charitable as well as campaigning movement - the outcomes of which were projected to attain various political as well as communal alteration - without taking into account this step as essentially political. In addition, young people do think about particular political concerns, for instance, conservationism as well as animal rights, although these are frequently overlooked by conventional political parties and nominated legislative body who... ?Running Head: Young People and Politics Young People and Politics...
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Benefits of religious marriage (Baptist Ceremony)
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...People conflict everyday in marriages but it does not necessarily guarantee the breakage of the established union. The legal unions break but the social unions survive these tests of time. This is because religious humans can forgive and forget for the purpose of staying in a union for they pleaded to do so before God and other members of the society but the unreligious ones cannot for they never pleaded to abide by the union before God. For this reason therefore religions are quite important to different marriages and hence the reason why different individuals should engage in religious marriages unlike legal marriages for the religious ones are healthier. Benefits... College: Benefits of Religious...
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Staying Safe and Out of Trouble: A survey of young peoples perceptions and experiences
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...young adults bring weapons to school. The Anti-Bullying policies should be improved since there are still findings that it is still prevalent in many schools. Bibliography Hayden, C. (2008). ‘Staying Safe and Out of Trouble’: A survey of young people’s perceptions and experiences. Portsmouth, UK: University of Portsmouth. Howell, J. (1997). Youth Gangs. Washington, D.C.: Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention. Marshall, M. Sampling for Qualitative Research. Family Practice; 13.6... Staying Safe and Out of Trouble: A Research Critique The objective of the study is to critically analyze the research understudy and discuss the implications of every factor and components related to the ...
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FAMILY UNIT. FUNCTION, SHAPE AND IT'S PRESENT ROLE IN SOCIETY
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...Staying together helps people to lead a family life without any commitments. Unlike in married life, it is easy for the couples in a staying together arrangement to break their relationship. Current people are giving less importance to family relations which are the major reason for the evolution of concepts like staying together. To conclude, family structure, shape and role are changing day by day because of the changes happen in the life styles, life philosophies and attitude towards life. Larger families have given way for nuclear families and the concept of marriage given way for the...
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Why young people join gangs
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...young persons development. Moloney et al (2009, pp. 305-325) examined a small sample of young gang members in depth, and found that 60% were no longer attending school, whilst only a quarter were attending college after dropping out from school. After leading a life of crime following limitations to gain an education, many gang members wants to rescind from gang activity, suggesting that due action to prevent gang entry can be made by focusing on people at risk while they are in school. Gaps in education system seriously... Why the Young Join Gangs Dte Why the Young Join Gangs Introduction Young people make about a forty three percent of the world’s population. This means that at any given place there...
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Young people who sexually offend
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...Young People Who Sexually Offend The Main Concepts and Theoretical Frameworks Underpinning the Work Carried Out with Young People Who Sexually Offend A lot of the work that has been performed regarding young people who sexually offend has been contributed by a distinguished panel of experts. Their work is best used by those professionals who work with these young people, or by those people who are directly affected by them (Calder, 2009; Hagel and Jeyarajah-Dent, 2009; and O’Reilly, Marshall, Carr, and Beckett). There are concepts and...
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Should young people carry guns
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...people above the age of 18 to own firearms. However, the laws prohibit individuals with criminal records, history of mental disorders or substance abuse from possessing guns. In China, the government prohibits the public from owning firearms and allows ownership to the military. The possession of a gun in school can lead to serious body injuries and even death to students (Hanks 22). A call for Action Recent reports of violence are a clear indication that guns should be prohibited in schools as they instill fear, disrupt education and may lead to physical harm or death. In 1999, the students... Module A Call for Action INTRODUCTION Over the years, reports of violence in schools created a major concern...
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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 -...
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Money Management of Young People
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...parents, then their expenditure and savings will reflect that situation. The level of employment and investment that one has done in college could also augment one’s spending power. If a student comes from a relatively stable family background, they are more likely to use credit cards because they are assured about its repayment in the future. Even one’s financial outlook may play a role. A learner who thinks that they will secure employment after graduation... MONEY MANAGEMENT FOR COLLEGE Attending college Your experience in college has numerous possibilities. It is the first among many steps in your life that will facilitate your career goals. However, securing a tertiary education is an expensive...
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Research Paper 2
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...parental conflict. In effect, the quality of relationships determines the kind of children that couple produce. Well-rounded children come into this world if family relationships are stable, there is less parental conflict and parenting style is good. This relationship is separate from other known influencing factors, such as education, economic status and health (Benson, 2005). 2.b. Benefits of Marriage Some people stay away from marriage because of popular beliefs that a man and woman are better off in a relationship outside marriage. Among these are the notions that: a) marriage is a one-way street that favors only men, b) singles fare better... Research...
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Understanding children and young people
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...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 play of meaning depicted by representations of many forms affect children in different ways. Directly and indirectly, children learn and adapt... ? UNDERSTANDING CHILDREN AND YOUNG...
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Looking After A Young Childs Self-Concept
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...After A Young Child’s Self-Concept Everyone has an inherent need for self-knowledge. One can be curious about his identity and that includesbasic facts about him, his family and cultural background and how these have shaped him into the person he is, his personality and how he deals with people and circumstances. This totality of self-knowledge is known as Self-concept. More than knowing what one’s name is, where he lives, how old he is, etc., the basic information very young children learn by rote, self-concept actually covers the sum of all the experiences of a person across his life span, and these are what affect his opinions, behaviors, social interactions, perspectives and how he... ?Looking After...
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The Need for Counselling For Young Sikhs in a Multi-Cultural Society
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...parents. The belief in the importance of the immediate family seemed to have increased with the young people accepting traditional arranged marriages, and they were less likely to marry outside of their Sikh community. Having gone through the arranged marriage and made this commitment, most of the young Sikhs interviewed came to feel that their parents choice of spouse had not been such a bad one, and they found themselves 'falling in love' with their husband /wife in the traditional Sikh way. A few said that some arranged marriages did end in disaster for a number of reasons, but most of them are based... NEED FOR COUNSELLING YOUNG SIKHS IN MULTI-CULTURAL SOCIETY The Need for Counselling For Young...
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The Multivariate of family
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...after obtaining a legal status of a married person. Other people tend to invest into their future by means of getting married, having children, and doing everything they have been programmed for by their parents or caregivers. If we question the reasonableness of marriage that Santorum defines as traditional, it will become clear that it has almost lost its primary purposes and values. People tend to live together and separate when they cannot bear each other anymore that probably... ENG 110 03/07 The Multivariate of Family “The Meaning of Family” by Rick Santorum is the analysis of the freedoms and rules established in society serving to regulate the relations between the representatives of different...
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Interpersonal Communication, Pop culture vs. analysis, Benefits of Marriage
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...people have more salary increase once they get married and even once they get promotions which are bound to happen with the change in the single status. Increased finances means more stability like evidenced in the lesbians. c) Intimate emotional life The more a married couple is married, the higher the increase in intimate emotional life. This in turn has been shown in the research to decrease the levels of depression among the partners. Research on the young couples indicate that as they age in the marriage, they become much more committed to each other as they closely monitor their partners and engage more with them in everything (Uecker, 2012). The deficit reduction act... BENEFITS OF MARRIAGE Pop...
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The Benefits of Single Parenting vs Two Parents
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...benefits of single parenting vs dual parenting Complete Hold over the Child Single parenting means complete hold over the child. There is no sharing involved in the single parenting like it is in the dual parenting. A large number of marriages end up into divorces because of the conflicts between the husband and the wife. In a vast majority of cases, the conflict is about the child. One parent wants to take a certain decision for the child while the other wants to take a different and opposite decision (All-About-Motherhood.com, 2011). Although both may be...
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Employment Opportunities for Young People in UK
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...young people participate in education. The aim is to reduce the number of young people not in education, employment or training (NEETs) by two percentage points by 2010 and widen participation to 90% by 2015. This begs the question as to where the other 25% currently are and what they are doing, and more importantly, why they are not participating. Whilst some commentators have argued that this is simply a way of disguising youth unemployment, policy documents (e.g. DfES, 2002, 2003, 2005a) suggest that more young people will stay... on in education if the curriculum engages them. Given that 40% of young people continue into post-16 education 'voluntarily'...
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SECOND SHIFT WORKING PARENTS TAKING CARE OF HOUSEHOLD AFTER WORK
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...parent or a guardian is involved in a second chore or engagement after the normal working hours of the day. This is so because of the societal and family expectations of the parent or the guardian. In retrospect, a parent or a guardian is in fact expected by the family and society by extension to be the breadwinner (Conley, 17). When the day comes to an end, the parent is also expected to be there for the family or the children. Accordingly, there is a sociological perception and explanation on the same subject, relative to functionalists. This argument stem from the lines of thoughts and disposition presented... and set of expectations and demands of the same people in that...
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Working with children,young people and families
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...young people welfare. To have an overview of how the structured decision making processes and predictive contextual assessment procedures should be used, we will take a look at James Hobbs and Janice Hobbs (parents) family scenarios whereby the parents have placed their two children (Alice Hobbs and Helen Hobbs) at significant harm and are in dire need of help (Davies, McGillivray and Brotherton 2010, 133- 198). Assessment of Alice Hobbs and Helen Hobbs... Working with 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...
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Listening to children and young people
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...After Learners” of 2006; the Education (Admission of Looked After Children) (England) Regulations of 2007; the Local Authority’s mandated tasks under Section 52 of the Children Act 2004 to efficiently enhance the education of LAC; and “Show Me How I Matter, a guide to the education of looked after children” LGA and IDEA publication 2006. Looked after Children and Young People are children under the good care of a Council, mandated by a Care Order that is made by a court or voluntary agreements with their parent(s) for a better accommodation and safer stay than these parents can offer... Listening to Children and Young People Department: Listening Listening is defined as an active activity that involves...
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Remarriage after Spousal Loss - Factors in Successful Second Marriage
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...after Spousal Loss - Factors in Successful Second Marriage Introduction Marriage is a union of two persons by an act that is both a legal contract and social agreement. This union creates kinship between the two people and offers the basis of interpersonal relations, both intimate and sexual. Conventionally, marriage was considered to be between two sexes but with time, in different countries and regions, same sex marriages have gained popularity and consideration by law. Coursolle and Sweeney elucidate that, “The union of marriage is formalized by a ceremony; a social gathering presided over by a religious minister, state representative or cultural elder” (2009, p.1). Discussion Under... Remarriage...
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Controlling the Cyber-conduct of Young People
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...young people are not biologically prepared to enjoy total freedom. Furthermore, in the real-life, the activities of young people are under regular observation and influences, and these factors have a great role in controlling their conduct. To begin with, family has an important role in forming and controlling the behavior of children. For example, Mahalihali indicates, “families, especially parents, play a fundamental role in forming the values of children” (par. 5). This finding supports the role of social conformity in controlling the behavior of children. Moreover, a certain amount of fear of...
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Understanding children and young people - youth identity
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...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 Children and...
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ARE THERE ENOUGH RESSOURCES FOR YOUNG MUMS AFTER PREGNANCY
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...benefit of breastfeeding. Therefore, the breastfeeding promotion is a service that young mothers can benefit from. In this promotion, the teenager may meet with a midwife after giving birth. However, as Condon (2010, p. 8) notes, the teenagers who receive this service do not necessarily... ?Desk Based Research Desk based research is essentially the same as secondary research. Secondary data is, in a nutshell, data that has been collected by others. It can be in the form of government and regulatory reports, company reports, published academic research, and internal documents produced by organizations, just to name a few. (Harris, 2001). It can be distinguished from primary data, in that primary data...
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Behavioural effects of alcoholism in young people
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...Young People and Alcohol. Available at: http://www.direct.gov.uk/en/Parents/Yourchildshealthandsafety/Youngpeopleandalcohol/index.htm (Accessed: 08March 2010). Ghodse, H. (1989) Drugs and Addictive Behavior, a Guide... A Research Paper on Behavioural Effects of Alcoholism in Young People Table of Contents Introduction 3 Aims of the Study 3 Chapter I: Overview of the Alcoholism Issue 4 History of Alcoholism 4 Alcohol, the Object of Addiction 6 The Dependency and Addiction 7 Chapter II: Alcoholism, The Problem Itself 8 Causes 8 Effects 9 Chapter III: Teen Alcoholism 13 Effects of Alcoholism on Young People 14 Conclusion 18 Reference 19 ...
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Sexually Transmitted Diseases in Young People
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...Young People Affiliation Sexually Transmitted Diseases in Young People In recent years, the medical community has changed their views a bit on the concept of sexually transmitted diseases (STD) in favor of a more accurate concept of sexually transmitted infections (STI). The reason for this change is the fact that diseases are associated with outward and noticeable symptoms, while infections can be hidden in the body, which is how many of these STIs work (ASHA, 2009). In today's world young people are becoming sexually active at a younger age, which has led to the increased vulnerability of these teens to the contraction of STIs... . The statistics show that approximately 3 million teens...
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Use of Drug among young people
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...young people Introduction The youth in America is really in trouble and the reason for this is their habit of drug abuse. The young people’s experimentation with drugs in on rise and the critical question is what could be the reason behind this rise in drug use among teenagers? The studies show that the use of marijuana is particularly high among teenage population of America. Teenagers between 12 years and 17 years of age had been most widely using drugs since 1992. Often young people turn to drugs as a means of coping up. Mostly, they turn to drugs when they are encountered by new stresses in the communities and families they live in. These children are not getting better... ?Topic – Use of Drug among...
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Relationships in working with young people
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...Young People Relationships play a vital role in a working environment especially in enhancing communication. Most organisations that have a healthy relationship with the youth perform better as opposed to organisations that do not strengthen their relationships. As such, it is a prudent factor to consider sprouting relationships in a working environment to improve on the general performance. With such directives, there will be relay of information from all corners of the organisation to the concerned parties. This will ensure there is smooth operation, and running of the organisation will be easy. Many organisations have been on the forefront in ensuring... and pragmatic. They give what it...
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Developing work with children and young people
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...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 and Young...
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The consequences of advertisement on young people
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...Young People The Consequences of Advertising on Young People The question as to whether advertising should be directed at children and young people is a hotly contested one due to a number of reasons. These include the universal presence of advertising, the nature of advertisements being emotionally charged brief bursts of information and the observed increased diversity and incidence of juvenile delinquency. The sensitivity and importance of the issue of advertising on young people thus calls for more inquiry into it and thus this study. The guiding thesis to this study is that young people are easily influenced psychologically and, therefore, advertising can... The Consequences of Advertising on Young...
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Controlling the Cyber-conduct of Young People
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...benefits. However, using sources, I will prove how the activities of children remain under constant observation in the real society though they perceive themselves to be free and how social conformity and family influence the way they behave. The briefing by the American Psychological Association will show that people under the age of 20 do not have a brain that is mature enough to take wise decisions. The work by Cialdini and Goldstein will show how the society influences the behavior of adolescents, and Mahalihali’s work is used to describe how the influence of family members, especially parents, decides a child’s behavior.... . Simmons 9) Bristow, Jennie. “Children should be Allowed Their...
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Young People Television News and Citizenship
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...Young People, Television News and Citizenship Literature Review: Dover (2007) conducted a research to evaluate the importance of involvement of teenagers into the pop culture and media in context of the daily routine as it follows in a multi-ethnic secondary school. He made an attempt to study the formulation and development of identities of young informants. He argued that it is possible to investigate the pop culture and media’s significance in the society if an ethnographic research model is employed in the research which is linked with the daily social processes and interaction of the personnel included in the study. Dover (2007)...
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Young People, Television News and Citizenship
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...Young People, Television News and Citizenship Literature Review: Dover (2007) conducted a research to evaluate the importance of involvement of teenagers into the pop culture and media in context of the daily routine as it follows in a multi-ethnic secondary school. He made an attempt to study the formulation and development of identities of young informants. He argued that it is possible to investigate the pop culture and media’s significance in the society if an ethnographic research model is employed in the research which is linked with the daily social processes and interaction of the personnel included in the study. Dover (2007)...
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Compare and Contrast essay on the topic Life before and after Marriage
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...after marriage: This is a compare and contrast essay on the life before and after marriage. The comparison is being made with respect to a man’s life. Life before and after marriage are totally different from each other. A man has to lead a new family after marriage which inculcates responsibility in him. For a man, the clumsiness of the life before marriage is replaced with conscientiousness in the life after marriage. An unmarried man does not need to earn because he has no one to feed but himself, for which the parents’ earning suffices, unless the man comes from a poor family background and needs to start earning at a very early age. Unmarried men prefer to hang out with friends... ?Life before and...
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Desire and Crime of Young People
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...Young People The typical strain theories delineated that crime takes place asa result of the strike to reach financial desires through legal ways. Mazerolle (2000, pp 91-95) disagreed that financial desires were ethnically authorized for all in American culture. He recommended, however, that communally organized class distinctions restricted the convenience of lawful possibilities to attain these desires. Individuals in subordinate class positions were said to be more likely to practice strain cleared as aggravation which provoked persons to seek substitute means to attain these desires, as well as unlawful means. It is perceptibly impracticable to determine... [Supervisor's Desire and Crime of Young...
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Potential Hardship Young Adults Encounter after Foster Care
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...Young Adults Encounter after Foster Care Task This research paper focuses on the potential hardships that young adults aged 19 to 25 years who are leaving foster care face. It considers their lifestyles after they have left these homes and the approaches taken to make them responsible and self sufficient people. It considers the negative and positive aspects that they indulge in along with their impacts to their societies. The research methodology used involves gathering all the required information from the concerned youths. This will be through various data collection methods that include observations, surveys and reading documents revealing some of the experiences... are the regulatory...
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