Child Law
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...Child Abduction Act Grade: (05, 05, 2009) Introduction This essay wishes to explore the issue of the Child Abduction Act. In this case, the 1984 version will be assessed, along with how the Act bears a correlation with the rights of a child. Further, the deliberations of the Hague Convention as regards the right to custody of a child who has been abducted shall also be considered. Brussels II may be said to be an improved version of the protection against child abduction, as stipulated by The Hague Convention draft (Hodson 2008). This essay shall also explore the Brussels II draft, and especially that...
Child abuse
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...Child Abuse I. Introduction Chile abuse can lead to long-term adverse physical, emotional, and mental health consequences. In response to a child-rape case, the female activists in Saudi Arabia are fighting for children’s right (Dickey, 2013). To protect the children’s welfare, the Shoura Council drafted a law which aims to promote public awareness on children’s rights (Rasooldeen, 2011). II. Body A. Definition of Child Abuse and Neglect Child abuse means “any recent act or failure to act on the part of a parent or caretaker, which results in death, serious physical or emotional harm, sexual abuse, or exploitation” (Child Welfare Information Gateway, 2008). Neglect means “failure to provide... ...
Child Abuse
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...Child Abuse Annotated Bibliography McElvney, Rosaleen. Green, Sheila. Hogan, Diane. Containing the Secret of Child Abuse. “Journal of Interpersonal Violence” 27.6 (2012): 1155-1175 The authors use data to from surveys to determine the process of how children tell of their experiences of sexual abuse. They develop a theoretical model from individual interviews conducted between young people and adults to conceptualize the process of disclosure as one of containing the secret of child sexual abuse. Maniglio, R. Trauma, Violence and Abuse, Child Sexual Abuse in the Etiology of Anxiety Disorders: A Systematic Review of Reviews 15.96 (2013) The author establishes the role... Research Proposal on Child...
Child Welfare
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...child abuse due to prenatal exposure to alcohol which put the child at risk. It is not taken lightly when it comes to the issue of child abuse and neglect and at every level it is considered as a serious social issue. In the year 2002, daily average of children found to be victims of child abuse and neglect were found to be around 2,454 in number. Another discovery was made that same year that 532,000 children lived in foster homes. This was due to the fact that could not find comfort... in their homes. This is one major social problem the child encounter as a result of abuse or neglect from drug addicted parents. Due to the nature of this intervention, statistical collection...
Child Soldier
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...Child Soldier Two million children have died in conflict over the last ten years. Over a million children have been orphaned, over six million have become permanently disabled or incurred serious injuries and over ten million have been left in a state of chronic psychological trauma (Andvig & Gates, 5). War has an effect on every development aspect of a child. Children who are affected by armed conflict often get injured, killed, and uprooted from their communities and homes and end up as refugees or internally displaced persons. Some of these children become separated from their parents and families or orphaned and are subjected to sexual exploitation and...
Child Development
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...Child development Ziol-Guest, K. M. & McKenna, C. C. . Early Childhood housing instability andschool readiness. Child development. (85) 1, pp. 103-113. INTRODUCTION Most families like moving from one place to the other and according to recent reports in the year 2002, about 10.1 % of children had lived in their current home for less than six months. Studies have indicated that there is a relationship between housing instability and a wide range of child outcomes such as poor achievement in school, poor social and emotional development. Thus, the main objective of this study was to” determine the relation between housing instability and...
Child care
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...Child Care Child care is the general term used for the care and supervision of children that are from one to eight years old. The age range for child care can fundamentally be divided into two zones, namely preschool age that is from 0 to 3 or sometimes 4 years and the kindergarten age that lasts from 3 or 4 to 6 or sometimes 8 years. Some children enter the kindergarten as late as at age 5 (Guignon). In US, child care is a fundamental concern for responsible parents. Child care is an activity involving the child, his or her parents and eventually the kindergarten personnel or any other person appointed to take care of the child. Children learn at a fast rate while a child and nutrition... ...
Child care
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...Child Care In a general context, caring and supervising young children is called child care. "Child care means a service that provides for the care, health, safety, and supervision of a childs social, emotional, and educational growth.” (Indiana Code). In a traditional society, children are looked after by their parents but when a situation arises where both parents have to work; the role of child care centers assumes significance. Such establishments are intended to provide quality care for children. Most of the child care centers in Australia, try to imitate a home like environment, and...
Child Abuse
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...CHILD ABUSE Child abuse has been a recorded as an increasing health issue among families in recent decades. Most of the reported abuses were received by various organizations which come in contact directly with the victims, whether through medical, mental, or legal assistance. The collected data from these groups were able to establish the steady rise in the number of abuse cases in families, as well as the socio-demographic characteristics of the families where abuse is most-likely to happen. Reviewing these risk factors, child psychologists designed behavioral, psychological, and other forms of interventions that could help in the healing process... ? THE LASTING EFFECTS AND REPETITIVE NATURE OF CHILD...
Child Obesity
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...Child obesity Child obesity has been one of the most serious social problems facing the current world. It is a serious and chronic problem which has serious consequences for individuals and society at large; it is associated with many risk factors that are related to heart diseases and elevated insulin levels (Bateson, 2005). Obesity in children occurs as a result of many factors, including genetic factors and environmental factors. The common environmental factors include insufficient expenditure of calorie through exercising, fast food diet, excessive snacking and family behaviors. It is clear that, children not only consume a lot of snacks but also fail...
Child Language
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...child has internalized rules of grammar enables him to emit in accordance with these rules a large variety of different sentences, many of which he has never heard before ( Dummet, 1981. It is this productivity of language that has been stressed by Chomsky and his followers. They have asserted that behaviorist explanations of language acquisition cannot... It is common today to speak of learning the syntax of a language as of the internalization of rules. Knowing such rules, of does not imply awareness; rather, a rule is viewed as a construct underlying certain regularities of behavior, namely, that we understand sentences and utter them in accordance with the grammar (more or less). The fact that the...
Child Development
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...child’s development take place in a certain order and are influenced by two factors – child is a product of environment but genes are more important. The unfoldment takes place in a particular sequence which should not be ignored (Tennessen, 1997). Each child is unique and the rate of development varies. The development according to Gesell does not proceed in a staircase manner but is fluent and continuous (Packer, n.d.). The human life cycle is governed by natural laws. A pioneer in the field of child development, Gesell’s set of milestones for children... Arnold Gesell’s concept of maturation is based on ‘intrinsic growth’ which takes place naturally and almost automatically. The various stages of a...
Child abuse
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...Child Sex Abuse Introduction Child sexual abuse within the family is perpetrated by family members, people well know and trusted by the child. This makes it easy for them to commit the atrocity. There are several devastating effects on the child involved. This paper seeks to give a summary of this issue of children sexual abuse by their family members. Research shows that more than half of all victims of child sex abuse are abused by a parent or another close relative. The child is exposed or involved in sexual activities or behaviors as noted by the National Traumatic Stress Network, NCTSN (2009). Children abused by family members who should be protecting them often lose trust... Intrafamilial Child...
Child Labor
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...Child Labor of Should Child Labor Be Permitted or Not in Third World Countries The question as to whether child labor should be allowed in Third World Countries is a proposal that is certain to provoke various opinions. Whereas there may be no obvious middle ground on the issue, probably the most striking thing is that every side of the argument seems to have a case. Other scholars have argued their case on the basis of child’s right while others have argued their cases on the basis of economics and poverty index. Whichever the case, it could be that both sides may be right in their own ways although there can never be two...
Child abuse
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...Child Abuse in U.S. Table of Contents I. Introduction ……………………………………………………………….. 3 II. General Facts about Child Abuse ……………………………………… 3 III. Reasons behind the Need to Prevent Child Abuse ………………….. 4 IV. Conclusion ………………………………………………………………... 5 References ………………………………………………………………………... 6 - 8 Introduction Between the years 2001 – 2003, the U.S. National Child Abuse Statistics reveals that there is a constantly increasing number of deaths that occurs each day caused by child abuse and neglect. (Child Help, 2008) The number of children who died from child abuse and neglect was an average of 3 children a day in 2001 which has increased up to 4 children a day in 2003... . For this study, the...
CPR Child
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...Child CPR Child CPR or cardiopulmonary resuscitation is a life saving procedure that is performed when a child’s (1 to 8 years) breathing or heartbeat has stopped. Some of the factors that can cause a child’s heartbeat and breathing to stop include, drowning, smoke inhalation, choking, electrical shock, head trauma and poisoning (Heller). The main aim of CPR is to prevent permanent brain damage or death (Heller). CPR involves two major aspects – chest compressions to ensure circulation of blood in the body and rescue breathing to provide oxygen to the lungs (Heller). If a child is unconscious, first check for imminent danger to you, to the bystanders and to the child. Once it is established...
Child labor
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...Child labor To an adult the term “child labor” probably represents a child working under harsh and inhumane conditions trying to earn enough to help his/her family financially. However, this is just a small fraction of what child labor actually symbolizes or means. In reality child laborers are employed to do a wide variety of work ranging from slavery to prostitution. Most of the lower income countries are developing industrially and one prominent problem that accompanies this transition from agriculture to industry is that of child labor. There are several factors which contribute...
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...Child Abuse This paper gives a brief introduction on child abuse; the negative effects have also beendiscussed. Introduction Child abuse defines any attitude maintained towards a child by parents, custodian, friends or any other family member that poses a threat and harms the psychological status, physical or sentimental state of the child. (Ruth, 150) Child abuse can be of different types; (John, 27) Physical abuse Sexual abuse Abuse to the emotions Ignorance Negative Effects Statistical figures have exhibited alarming figures as far as child abuse is concerned in Greenville South Carolina; 1019 cases of child abuse were reported in the year 2005 which speaks volumes of the negative effects...
Child Obesity
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...Child Obesity. Articles Overview Introduction Child obesity has grown into a very seriousproblem. The statistics showed that thirty years ago two times fewer children had this problem in comparison with today’s data. This fact considerably increased the interest of scholars to the given problem. Obesity among children negatively influences their physical and mental health. In order to find the methods to fight obesity, it is important to determine the main factors that influence its level. The given paper presents the overview of three articles, in which the authors considered different sides of the problem with one main purpose that is to find the ways to decrease the level of obesity among...
Child development
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...Child Development Early Education and Child Care Introduction In the United Kingdom, in the year 1870 education was made compulsory at the age of five. However, industrial working women have the privilege to get their wards admitted at the age of two years in a State Primary School. The education system of England comprised of nursery, primary, secondary and tertiary education. In 1873, initial kindergarten (pre-schooling system) was established in Safford to provide basic education, bathing facilities, meals, rest, recreation and parental education for kids. In 1901, England and Wales agreed to enroll the child who become half of three years old (OECD 2000). In the subsequent pages... ) Art...
Child Development
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...CHILD DEVELOPMENT BOOKLET: AN OVERVIEW OF DEVELOPMENT THEORIES AND CARE PRACTICES BY PRESENTED Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 1.0 Introduction 3 2.0 Major Child Development Theories 4 2.1 Piaget Cognitive Development Theory 4 2.2 Uri Brofenbrenner. 5 2.3 Erickson Psychosocial Theory 5 2.4 Freud’s theory of Psychoanalysis 6 2.5 Vygotsky Cognitive Development Theory 6 3.0 Child development 6 3.1Early Years Development Stages 6 3.2 Holistic Development 8 4.0. Factors that may limit Effective Child Development. 9 5.0 Child Care Practices. 10 6.0 Conclusion 12 7.0 List of References 14 Child Development Booklet 1.0 Introduction Child development studies had been ignored for a long time... ,...
Child Care
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...child displaying obsessive-compulsive behaviour, drug addictions, and self-harm. Such behaviours need to be addressed by carers in fostering agencies in order to affectively assist such children in dealing with and overcoming such destructive behavior. The Links Between Unmet Infant Attachment Needs and Issues... of Dependency, Control and Shame in Addiction "Attachment functions to provide proximity and protection: proximity between an individual and his or her caregiver and protection from predators" (citing Bowlby, 1973; Helm, Simpson, & Trippany, 2006, p. 3). There are seven steps of attachment that play a part in healthy human development: Claiming - Safety with the primary...
Child pschyology
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...Child Psychology Child Psychology Child Psychology is a specialized branch and one the most frequently studied areas of Psychology. Child Psychology focuses on the behavior and development of children from their birth to adolescence. This document briefly discusses the different contexts of child psychology, how these contextual dimensions interrelate, observational methods, the thinking and psychological process of children, how it differs from those of adults, and a few of the child developmental theories that describe a child’s emotional, mental and social development...
Child abuse
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...Child Abuse Saini defines a child as any person below the age of 18 years. ion of any individual of the age 18 and below to physical or mental violence, injury or abuse, neglect or negligent treatment, maltreatment or exploitation, including sexual abuse, while in the care of parents or any legal guardian is referred to as child abuse” (Saini 1). In other words, ill-treatment of children is the violation of the fundamental rights of a child through all types of physical as well as emotional ill treatments. Child neglect is very frequent in the current world. In most occasions, able parents mostly...
Child Protection
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...child's life is like a piece of paper on which every person leaves a mark. - Chinese Proverb Background It is essential that the protection, support and welfare of children entail strong communication channels between social workers and the other local authorities that they engage with during their work role (Courtney, 1998; Scottish Office, 1998). The Scottish Executive aims to improve the protection of children by way of the 2002 review of child protection services, It's Everyone's Job to Make Sure I'm Alright, which highlighted the unacceptable living circumstances in which a minority of children live in Scotland (Scottish Executive, 2002). The...
Virtual child
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...Child Development Progress al Affiliation Virtual Child Development Progress Sleeping, Eating, and Motor development Rileyhas a normal sleeping habit currently and rarely does he wake up at night. However, he used to have cycles of 3-4 hours before his fourth month. He is hardly shy among new people and is okay when held by visitors. His motor development compares perfectly with his age since he portrays many curiosities and enjoys crawling. He is typical in his eating and enjoys has an unquenchable love for sweet foods. We encourage his behavior and indulge in his playing activities, making him jovial. Riley is portraying the typical development patterns...
Child Abuse
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...Child Abuse Topic Child abuse Tentative Research Questions In what ways is child abuse related to drug abuse by parent/guardian? 2. Do parents/guardian who was abused as children abuse their own children? 3. Is there a relationship between marital problems between couples and their propensity to abuse their child? The Main Problem Child abuse leads to negative outcomes in children (Finkelman, 1995). Child abuse is an important problem because children who were abused remain scarred for life. literature on the topic suggest that abused children perform poorly in school, they are likely to abuse drugs later in life, become delinquents, become abusers themselves and generally do not match... ...
Child Labor
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...Child labour is still one of the social problems all around the world. It may be defined as: any age specified juvenile child working full time, mentally or physically is earning for own survival or supporting the family income that harms the social development and education. According to an estimate by ILO (International Labour Organization), more than 180 to 200 million children, between the ages of 5 to 14, are economically active child labourers around the world. An ILO report prepared for the ministerial meeting says: "When their labour is less expensive or less troublesome than that of adults, when other labour is scarce, and when...
Child Abuse
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...Child Abuse in Children Child Abuse Growth and Development of Child Abuse among the 0-5 years Children Demographic Children across the United States are noted to continually be suffering from the raging epidemic of child abuse and neglect. In the United States, an estimated over 3 million reports of child abuse that are made every year (Ashford, LeCroy & Lortie, 2010). These reports generally involve over 6 million children with some reports including the abuse of multiple children by a single perpetrator. The acute prevalence of child abuse in the United States has caused it to have one...
Child Abuse
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...Child abuse Child abuse Children are a blessing from God and deserve love just like anyone else. However, in the recent past many researches have indicated that several children are being abused. This should come as a bad news especially in this 21st Century where the youth form a large percentage of the population. According to some researchers like Besharov et al (2001), there are many cases which go unreported, uninterrupted or misreported. According to stop it now (www.stopitnow.org) a world organization that prevents child abuse, reports that a third of girls and nearly 1 in seven boys experiences sexual abuse while statistics...
Child labor
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...Child Labor Child Labor Introduction The right to freedom is known to be possessed by all living things, whether humans or animals. In spite of being the smartest of the living things on the planet, humans tend to fail and cease to understand the relevance of this aspect of life. Freedom does not only refer to the liberty of moving around in the world without physical captivation, it also relates to the right to express true feelings and pursuing whichever direction they want in life. It becomes even more severe and dreadful when children are deprived of such freedom and made to work when they are rightfully supposed to develop their mental capabilities with academics. Child labor... is such...
CHild abuse
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...Child Abuse Manmeet sidhu Academia-Research.com Child abuse refers to the intended, unintended and perceived maltreatment of the child, whether habitual or not. It may include physical abuse, sexual abuse, emotional/psychological abuse and child neglect. Children in effect develop behaviors that may fall flat in the broad spectrum such as anti-social and self destructive tendencies. Also, while trying to cope with the thoughts of the abuse, their conditioning in the environment and for the environment becomes maladaptive and leads to acquisition of many health and psychological problems. They become overly mature and have...
Child Abuse
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...Child Abuse Child abuse and its severe consequences have adversely affected the growth of young generation. In the United s, the rate of child abuse has witnessed a gradual increase in recent years. Maltreatments towards children are many and varied and these have social, personal, educational, physical and mental impacts among the children. Physical abuse, emotional neglect, sexual abuse, and other maltreatments contribute problems in child’s physical, mental and social development. The proposed research is indented to analyze child abuse, its various causes and its impacts on the personal and social life...
Child labor
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...Child labor remains to be one of the most controversial social issues of today. According to the "Global Child Labor Trends of 2006”, an estimated 218 million children are subjected to labor worldwide in 2006, with the Asia and Pacific countries having the largest number of children working at an estimated 122 million children. (Hagemann et. al. page 1 http://www.ilo.org/ipec/lang--en/index.htm) More often than not, the workplaces where children are exposed to are very dangerous environments. In Brazil, children around the ages of 9 to 15 years work in sisal farms where they cut, pile and haul leaves of the plants for the production of rugs, rope and other things. Many children along... 31 July 2008...
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...Child care is the monitoring of a child’s growth and development from infancy till adolescence. There are various options for child care facilities like day care centers, baby sitters etc. In general, child care providers have extensive training and proper knowledge about a child’s physical and emotional requirements. In the era of gender equality, where both parents work towards earning money for family maintenance, day care or baby sitter facilities are becoming more and more necessities as they are available at specific hours like working hours of parents. Although non-parental child care facilities... ?What is the impact of having shared care during infancy and toddler years (e.g., daycare)? Child...
Child Development
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...Child Development Table of Contents Child Development Table of Contents 2 Introduction: The Role of Mother in a Child’s Life. 3 Bowlby’s Attachment Theory 4 Erikson’s Theory of Psychosocial Development 9 Conclusions 11 Bibliography 12 Introduction: The Role of Mother in a Child’s Life. Mother is perhaps the most important person in a child’s life and plays the most important part in the development of a child’s emotional and social base. The term ‘mother’ scientifically may only refer to the biological female parent of a child, ...
Child abuse
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...Child’s Social Development Abusing Children or Destroying the Society? A Psychoanalytical Exploration: How Abuse Affects a Child’s Social Development Introduction Child-abuse exists in most cultures and countries of the world. Researchers claims that unreported invisible child-abuse occurs even in developed countries, the UK, the United States, Canada and most other European countries along with reported evidences. In a study conducted in 2009, Ofsted reports that on an average, in a week, three children die as a result of abuse against children (Ofsted, 2009). In addition to this rate of child-abuse... ? Abusing Children or Destroying the Society? A Psychoanalytical Exploration: How Abuse Affects a...
Child abuse
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...Child Abuse Child abuse is a very serious aspect in the society today, with prevalence of the vice constantly increasing. Cases of child abuse occur on a daily basis, while some of the cases are not visible, as they occur in home settings. In general, many agencies and governments have voiced their concerns regarding child abuse and have suggested drastic measures. However, most people do not realize the severity of child abuse and even some do not realize that they are actually abusing children. This paper analyzes the different forms of child abuse as well as their occurrence and causes. It also discusses the effects associated with child abuse and recommends some mitigation measurers... ....
Child Abuse
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...Child Abuse Child abuse holds immediate, short-term and long-term negative consequences for the child.The definition of child abuse is somewhat unclear and the effects are mixed but without question abuse is a detriment to children, families and ultimately, to society as a whole. Once defined, its prevalence is surprising but its long-term effects are incriminating. Child abuse in various forms, shapes, sizes and manners is one of the fastest spreading epidemics. Its greatest effects are that of corrupting innocence, inflicting pain and imparting fear to a heart that only wants the love and protection that it is supposed to be due. ‘Child neglect’ or ‘child abuse’ is an ambiguous and all... ...
Child Obesity
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...CHILD OBESITY here] of [Due paper] Child Obesity Obesity in children is one of most serious issues in the present world related to children’s wellbeing (Brandon, 2010). Childhood obesity is one of most critical childhood diseases that adversely affect the mental and physical health of children, as well as their level of self-confidence. This medical condition puts an unpleasant impact on the confidence and efficiency levels of children who are fat as compared to other children of their age group. If we talk about the main causes of childhood obesity, we can say that two causes dominate all other factors. Those factors include lack of physical exercises and lack of balanced diet. According... ...
Child Abuse
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...Child Abuse Introduction Child abuse covers all physical, emotional, and sexual actions of parents, caregivers, relatives, or strangers against children and minor individuals (Sachs-Ericson et al. 106). In addition, a neglect or failure to provide for the youngsters’ physical and emotional needs, such as food, affection, and medical care, is also a form of child abuse. A history of child abuse has been identified as a risk factor for a number of psychological and mental health problems in an adult’s life. Psychological problems of adults that are associated with child emotional, physical, and sexual abuse include personality disorders, depression, low self-esteem, anxiety, substance abuse... ,...
Child care
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...Child Care There are several advantages of a family day care center over in-home care. Day care centers are more regulated than in-home child care(Winship, 2010). The state and city officials regularly inspect these centers to make sure that they have safe practices and facilities(Winship, 2010). On the other hand, the parents themselves have to do the background checks of the in-home caregiver, which can be very time-consuming. Another advantage of the family day care center is that it is less costly than hiring an in-home caregiver. Furthermore, day care centers offers opportunity for the child to learn and play with children of the...
Child protection
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...Child Protection Psychology Child Protection The issue of child protection has been an area of major concern for decades. Child abuseis a problem that has caused emotional and psychological trauma in the lives of numerous children and adolescence all over the world. Though the number of cases is more prevalent in third world countries, the issue is still an area of concern in the developed countries. This issue has an impact on the approach and life of many individuals. It is not only restricted to the family members but also extends to the teachers of the child and other people he or she comes into...
Child care.
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...Child care: Introduction: Child care is the general term used for thecare and supervision of children that are from under 1 to 8 years old. The age range for child care can fundamentally be divided into two zones, namely the pre-school age that is from 0 to 3 or sometimes 4 years and the kindergarten age that lasts from 3 or 4 to 6 or sometimes 8 years. Some children enter the kindergarten as late as at age 5 (Guignon). In US, education in the early childhood is considered under the umbrella term of child care. This can fundamentally be attributed to the fact that the experiences that a child goes through in the early years of life have a great impact on his/her personality... in the later...
Child Development
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...CHILD DEVELOPMENT . Child Development Insert Insert Grade Insert 25 February Child Development Introduction Child development refers to psychological, emotional, and biological changes evident in human beings between birth and adolescence, which are the dependency stages. Childhood is a distinct stage in an individual’s life; it is an important stage that requires support from parents. Cognitive development involves the change in a child’s intelligence, language, thought skills, and patterns, a well as problem solving, while social emotional factors involve the relationship of the child with others, emotional changes, and personalities among others. Biological factors involve... the change in...
Child Abuse
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...Child Abuse Introduction Child abuse is a common problem all over the world. It is prevalent in all races, socio-economic groups and religions. In the United States itself, it is estimated that approximately 4 million children get abused every year (McDonald, 2007). In the year 1996, it was reported that approximately 4.3 percent of children younger than 18 years of age were victims of child maltreatment in the United States (McDonald, 2007). The unofficial numbers are much higher and experts have predicted that 2- 10 million cases of child abuse can occur every year (Lawson, 2009). The rates are probably much higher than...
Child Soldier
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...Child Soldier Introduction Children are used as soldiers in specific nations around the world to fight in war. The recruitment and employment of child soldiers has been condemned universally as unacceptable and abhorrent. But the number of child soldiers who have fought and died in war and conflict around the world are hundreds of thousands even in the last ten years. Child soldiers participating in armed conflict are more vulnerable to get injured or killed, in combat or during the execution of tasks like laying explosives or mines. Children are forced to do hazardous activities and live in harsh conditions with no proper...
Child Soldier
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...Child Soldier Introduction Children are used as soldiers in specific nations around the world to fight in war. The recruitment and employment of child soldiers has been condemned universally as unacceptable and abhorrent. But the number of child soldiers who have fought and died in war and conflict around the world are hundreds of thousands even in the last ten years. Child soldiers participating in armed conflict are more vulnerable to get injured or killed, in combat or during the execution of tasks like laying explosives or mines. Children are forced to do hazardous activities and live in harsh conditions with no proper...
Child Birth
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...child and the preference to avoid the hardship and turmoil of a natural delivery. However, the positive effects of the procedure is lesser compared to the risks involved for both the mother and the baby. These include increased risk of maternal and neonatal morbidity and post-partum pain, respiratory problems with the newborn, need for c-section deliveries in subsequent pregnancies, higher rate... ? Running head: Rising Caesarean section deliveries in the US-Causes and effects Ceaserean rates in the US have been on a steep increase since with arecent survey conducted in 2008 estimating that nearly one-third of the deliveries being conducted as a C-section. It is the most common procedure conducted in...
Child Marriage
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...Child Marriage in the Middle East Comparing it to U.S.A Topic: Child Marriage in the Middle East and Compare it to the U.S.A General Purpose: To inform about the differences and similarities that exist between the USA and Middle East concerning Child Marriages Specific Purpose: To educate and inform on the best approach and practices related to child marriages Thesis Statement: Early marriages are a big compromise to the development of the girls resulting in early pregnancies and the child’s social isolation and are a violation of the basic human rights Organizational Pattern: Casual Visual Aids: none Introduction I. Attention... German Kurbaji SPC26098 Le Blanc, Kenny 10/29 Informative Speech on Child ...
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