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  • Positive And Negative Communication Patterns
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    A way to enhance discussion about family life is to identify the ways that families achieve each of the internal functions. Besides the basic necessities such as shelter, water, warmth, and care; families may also provide internal and external functions such as socialization, intellectual development, recreation, accommodation, transmission, and emotional support. There are positive and negative communication patterns associated with each function, which will be further discussed. Providing care...
  • Child's Behavior
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    Would you be surprised to learn that in today's classroom children sometimes aren't learning due to behavioral issues? Teachers are attempting to teach classes in which students can be disruptive, disrespectful and defiant. Classrooms are often overcrowded which adds to the frustration of the situation. Teachers are often tempted to take the easy way out, using antiquated strategies that will usually not help the child to learn. In fact, some types of punishments can actually cause the child to ...
  • Question About Their Child's Behavior
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    Parents today face the dilemma of having a child with emotional or behavioral disorder. For small children, to have it is one thing, but to detect it is another. Since they are still growing up and going through stages such as the "terrible two's" and adolescence, you'd think that some of their behavior is normal and it's all a part of child development. It all depends on how one may look at it. If a small child were to have a severe tantrum and rip their toys apart, one parent may see it as a s...
  • Anne Bradstreet
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    The Author to Her Book In The Author to Her Book by Anne Bradstreet, the author connects the strife of raising a child and creating self-satisfying writing. Bradstreet's tone is filled with contempt and criticism towards her offspring. She scorns her writing for its incapability to be faultless. However, Bradstreet still takes pride in her work and desires to mend the faults found within her creation. Bradstreet does not just give up entirely; she tries to solve her problem. Anne Bradstreet is d...
  • Behaviors In Children
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    Lemon juice Pepper sprayHandcuffsBlindfolds These are terms that should never enter a parents mind when they send Their children off to school. Especially, if their child is autistic, or has some other kind of learning disability. These terms are known as aversive's, and are used to reduce behaviors in children mainly with autism. They cause pain and are a form of punishment for a behavior no matter how large or small i.e. Biting, kicking, punching, not blowing your nose, or not sitting when tol...
  • Oppositional Defiant Disorder
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    According to the DSM-IV, if a child's problem behaviors do not meet the criteria for Conduct Disorder, but involve a pattern of defiant, angry, antagonistic, hostile, irritable, or vindictive behavior, Oppositional Defiant Disorder may be diagnosed. These children may blame others for their problems. Oppositional Defiant Disorder is a pattern of negativistic, hostile, and defiant behavior lasting at least six months, during which four (or more) of the following are present: Often loses temper. O...
  • Behavior
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    Complexity of a Child's Response (p 21) Instead of allowing himself to experience his painful feelings directly as depression and helplessness, a child may show his reactions indirectly, by behavior changes. Baby's immediate result of a baby's all-pervasive sense of loss and deprivation may be disturbance sleep, eating, and physical development. School child response- sudden preoccupation with health and or a decline in school grades Teenager's insecurity may lead to: antisocial or delinquent be...
  • Father's Antisocial Behavior
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    What was the purpose of this study? This study had three purposes. The first purpose of this study was to better understand the effects of fathers' antisocial behaviors have on their children while differentiating between those fathers who have very antisocial behavior with those that have very little. The second purpose was the find out if the effects of a father's being in his child's life was the same in every family. The third purpose in this study was to find out whether the children of ant...
  • Wild Child
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    From the diaries of Jean-Marc-Gaspar d Itard, The Wild Child is a movie made in 1970, with a setting in France from the 18th century, and based on a child who had lived in nature his whole life without any human contact. Itard, a well known French doctor for working with deaf-mutes, had taken in this feral child under his care for the purposes of his studies on the child's intellectual and social education. Given the time period of the movie Itard had taken the "wild-child" in under his own care...
  • Movie The Wild Child
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    The movie 'Wild Child'; is a movie based on a child left behind in the woods by his own parents in 1798. Attempted to kill the infant, but some how survived. And lived on his own from 4 or so to around 12. Then he was found by local resident who lived where the 'wild child's survived at. And then taken in a 'National instated deaf care. ' ; This delinquent relates to the phrase 'nature vs. nurture. ' ; The 'Wild child' was taken in mistaken as a deaf child. Who also couldn't talk. Commutates is ...
  • Child's Behavior
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    Aggressive Behavior and Classroom Management Many people wonder what the "normal" behavior for child is before anyone else is to think that the child has a behavior problem or I should say is a "problem child". But what many people don't understand is that every child is unique, and the process of growing up and their behavior all depends on how well the parent or caregiver provides the love, attention, knowledge and guidance for them. All the rest that do fit outside that category have their si...
  • Child For Bed
    240 words
    Bed-wetting is a common problem in children, ages 6 to 12. In the U.S., five to seven million children are affected by this condition. Research suggests that if both parents have a history of bed-wetting, their child has a 70 percent chance of being a bed-wetter. Bed-wetting is usually not an emotional, learning or behavioral problem. Your child is not wetting the bed on purpose. However, children who do not get help or who are punished for bed-wetting might develop emotional or behavioral probl...

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