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Primary Prevention: Single Parenthood
Week 6 Individual Work
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HSM/210 Human Services in the United States
April 22, 2014
Primary Prevention: Single Parenthood
State and federal prevention programs direct their resources based on the level of prevention. This three-tiered system includes primary prevention, secondary prevention, and tertiary prevention. To address the issue of single parenting, primary prevention was chosen.
The goal of primary prevention is to aid in minimizing the occurrence of single parenting, promoting awareness and recommending positive coping techniques. The text states that “Primary Prevention involves building...
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Good parenting is the upbringing of a child or children with care, love and guidance given by the parents. The way the child is brought up determines whether or not the child is integrated into society or has problems accepting society. Parenting plays an important part since it acts as a bridge between a child’s understanding of them and the world. Good parenting consists of morals and values, effective communication and trust.
Morals and values are essential aspects of proper upbringing in a child’s life for good parenting. Teaching a child good morals and values enables a child to make wise decisions in life and also help them to be critical thinkers. These morals and...
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Research Design and Methods for Advanced
Nursing Practice Critique
This research is based on the idea that mothers with low incomes have a high prevalence of depression and depressive symptoms which have a negative effect on their infants and toddlers. Poorer development in infants and toddlers has been directly linked to maternal depression. Furthermore, infants of mothers who have depressed mothers tend to talk less, they engage in little play and lag behind on standardized language and mental development scales (Campbell et al, 2004). The aim of this research was to test the...
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Case study 2
In case study 2, it is found that there are a few problems Kelly has.
First, it is the communication in Kelly’s family is poor. It is the main problem to Kelly, and there exist a chain reaction in it, so there are other problems are applied in her situation. From the passage, Kelly’s family is keeping to instil Kelly that she is the eldest daughter and she have to help her younger siblings. From the behavioral of her parents doing to brag about Kelly, it is pressuring Kelly indirectly. Since the parenting styles (Baumrind, 1991) of Kelly’s parent is authoritarian. They are keep demanding Kelly to do for the best and being a helpful daughter and do the best sister to take care...
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There is no doubt that various books and experts can give us many theories as to the
causes of juvenile delinquency, including one's economic background, substance abuse, peer
groups, repeated exposure to violence through the family circit, increased availability of firearms
and media violence, however, I feel that the number one cause of juvenile delinquency is the
breakdown of families, including lack of parental control over children. It is ironic that
one must have a driver's license to operate a car, a permit to own a gun and even a license
to own a pet such as a cat or a dog, but one does not have to have training or a license in order to
become a parent. Without...
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1. Describe and give examples of changes in your child's exploratory or problem solving behavior from 8 through 18 months and categorize them according to Piagetian and information processing theories. Note that 8 months is included, so you'll need to use the time-line to look back at 8 months for examples.
2. Email this question to Mrs. Greg: Analyze your baby's temperament in more detail at 18 months than you did at 8 months. How would you describe your baby in terms of the five aspects of temperament utilized by the Virtual Child program (activity, sociability, emotionality, aggressiveness vs. cooperativeness, and self control)? Has Rosa's temperament been stable over the first 18...
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When thinking of teenagers we get the feeling of carefree days, days with no or minimal responsibility and days filled with fun, laughter and joy. This reality is a fairytale for some teenagers. Adolescent depression is a real and growing problem in our society. Numbers of depression diagnosed in adolescents are on the rise. Is this because of more depressed teenagers, or is there an explanation for this. Are there underlying problems or causes for the high depression numbers? Is there something that we can do to help these teenagers. What are the symptoms and diagnoses. Factors contributing to this problem are all things that will be discussed in this paper.
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Why Chinese Mothers Are Superior
Raising a child can be done in various ways, but one thing is certain: all parents want what's best for their children. There are however quite a few different opinions on how to raise a child in the best way. One of the more prominent and controversial ways of raising a child is the Chinese way, which is discussed by Amy Chua in her article "Why Chinese Mothers Are Superior", published on January 8th in 2011. The article is published in The Wall Street Journal, which is an American newspaper, which means the readers of the article are mainly Americans and western people in general.
In the article Amy Chua argues that the Chinese way of raising a...
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Congratulations on the new addition to your family!!! I know there are a lot of questions to be answered and things to be learned and I hope that this will help as much as possible. Now that all the paperwork is done and you have your child, it is time to cover the parenting “bases” which are:
1. Self-esteem development
2. The importance of culture and ethnicity in the development of self-concept
3. Healthy parenting styles and discipline for the adoptive child
4. Childcare Options
5. Children and the effects of media and technology
6. Understanding the importance of socialization and child development
7. Positive peer interaction and influence
Getting or having...
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Aries and DeMause make the assessment that children in the Middle Ages were not as important as the adults and were often overlooked. DeMause says the adults usually had three reactions to their children, which were projective reaction, reversal reaction, and empathetic reaction. Very rarely did the adults use the empathic reaction. In fact, according to DeMause’s article children were looked to as adults. So when children did what seem to be harmful or dangerous, their parents blamed them for knowing better or assumed they meant to do it on purpose. Aries states that the only difference between a child and an adult was their size. Both...
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Critical Thinking Paper: Revised
Assignment 5: Critical Thinking Paper: Revised
Carol Ann Simmons
Mr. Jon Becker
December 11, 2011
Critical Thinking Paper: Revised
The issue of child behavior in school age children is growing rapidly and is far more worst than it was ten years ago. Some of the key role players in the behavior of children today are bad parenting, lack of respect from children, technology, like video games, cell phones, I pad, I phones, the prolong use of television and what is available for them to watch. All of these things is a distraction for children...
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PSY 375 Life Span Human Development Complete Course
PSY 375 Week 1 Individual Assignment Lifespan Perspective Paper
Individual Assignment Life Span Perspective Paper
• Prepare a 700- to 1,050-word paper in which you explore human development.
• Address the following items:
• Explain the life span perspective of development.
• Summarize two theories of life span development.
• Explain how heredity and the environment interact to produce individual differences in development.
• Format your paper to APA standards.
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A multiracial family is made by David and ralph gay couple with three adopted children. For four years we were struggling with the systems in Los Angeles County and in Santa Barbara County. From now, if people ask me ask about gay adoption, I will absolutely say “yes” and strongly support gay adoption. Between 1 million to 6 million children in the U.S. are being raised by committed lesbian or gay couples. In those children, research show has not found a single study showing that children of gay families to be disadvantage. Moreover, a lot of gay parents raise children as successful people. Homosexual parents are also offer safe home, good environment to their children. ...
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Family Demographic Shifts and Their Policy Implications
Changing Patterns: Since the 1960s, the structure of the average American family has become increasingly unstable as a result of major demographic changes. Marriage rates have fallen over the last few decades while divorce rates have remained high. At the same time, the percent of non-marital births in the U.S. has risen steadily, from approximately 5% in 1960 to 41% in 2011. In addition to this instability, family structures are becoming increasingly complex as rising numbers of single parents pursue new partners and have more children.
Importance: The potential negative impacts of these shifting demographic patterns upon...
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Explain the concerns that someone might have when he or she is making choices to begin a relationship in a marriage and/or family life in our society. Is any of this uneasiness partly due to problems in society? Explain why and how.
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Effect of War on Marriage (graded)
How did World War II impact a family? Describe the changes in society and family life during that time in history and...
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Family and child poverty in Canada
By Maram Ghadban June 7th 2013
Canada is notorious for being a country of freedom, democracy and diversity. These are our crowning glories that as Canadians, we take pride in. The issues faced by Canadians are not seen or noticed by others. They are invisible. The fabrication of Canada being a country of opportunity is a false attribute to this greatness. The poverty in Canada has increased rather than decreased (Finnie and Sweetman, 2003). It is sufficient to say that Canada, and Ontario in specific, are better off than other countries and provinces. However, this is not the matter at hand; the matter is that the people of Ontario are in a state of...
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Juvenile Reentry System
"I believe that if you show people the problems and you show them the solutions they will be moved to act", Bill Gates.
Recidivism is defined by Merriam-Webster dictionary as the tendency to relapse into a previous condition or mode of behavior. It is a term that is predominantly used when referring to criminal behavior. According to a study done by the Connecticut Department of Corrections in 2012, Out of 14,398 male inmates released from prison in 2005, 79% were re-arrested. These numbers begin to describe the continuing issue that the United States faces in...
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Introduction: In the Unites States and other countries around the world, laws are being enacted that make parents legally responsible if their children do not pursue their education and instead, turn to criminal activity. These laws seek to punish parents for their children’s negative behavior. In my opinion, parents should not be held any more responsible for the crimes of their children. It simply makes no sense to punish one for the crimes of the other. By the age of 14 a child should know right from wrong and should be responsible for their action.
Body 1: Children choose if they want to obey their parents.
A: A parent can do everything right such as give the child plenty of...
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his paper is devoted to the issue of singe parenting as one of the important family problems. A single parent is a parent who lives with one or more children without the second parent. Usually the definition of single parenting depends upon the local laws, but there are other cases as well, for example if a parent is left alone after the divorce, after another parent just leaves the family or the child, if the second parent is put to the jail or is dead. It is not necessary that the single parent is natural mother or father of the child, some people choose to adopt a child or become a parent through artificial insemination or just take care of a child, who was left by his natural parents....
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ABS 497 Week 1 Assignment Community Change
Community Change. Write a two- to- three- page paper (excluding title and reference pages) that identifies a problem faced by your community. Discuss how a model of community change could be implemented to improve the problem.
1. Describe six features of your community (e.g., cultural make up, size, and locality).
2. Define the problem (e.g., obesity,...
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A mentor is a person who we can trust and rely on, someone who we can talk to and seek advice from. Someone who helps, supports, educates, and encourages.
1. Mentors must be positive, enthusiastic, sensitive yet strong.
2. A mentor should be good listener, good speaker and a good decision maker.
3. Mentors need to be unselfish and have the capability to self motivate.
4. Mentors should be patient, understanding and objective.
There are times in our lives when we become disappointed and unsure of our goals. During this, its nice to have a Mentor by your side, someone who you can talk to and inspire.
During those times when everything around you seems to be going wrong, I will...
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We try to create a world of structure and predictability for our children. As parents, we work hard to give our children routines, a regular schedule, consistent expectations, and plenty of love. We aim to make their lives predictable, stable, safe and secure. As they grow up, we hope that this early experience will be internalized as a kind of centeredness, and that they will be able to adapt when change comes around. In addition to providing children a safe and secure beginning, parent s need to be aware of the child’s feelings and be able to help them cope with change and stress. One in every two marriages in the United States will end up in divorce. Sixty percent of...
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ST 504 E
Session 3. 1
Corporate Strategy Diversification
Maryam Nasiriyar email@example.com
Key Strategic Choices
Business level (CA)
Cost Leadership (Volume) Differentiation Focused (Niche)
Corporate level (CA)
Expansion within the same industry versus Diversification Vertical Integration along the value chain or Outsourcing Internationalization
1.Understand when and how business diversification can enhance shareholder value. 2.Gain an understanding of how related diversification strategies can produce cross-business strategic fit capable of delivering competitive advantage. 3.Become aware of the merits and risks of corporate strategies...
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A hundred years from now the world will look at what was left behind from 2011 and wonder what life was like. In scientific studies a cultural artifact is an item produced by humans that furnishes cultural clues about the people who used it. Over time the artifact may change in how it is seen and used. The cell phone as a cultural artifact has come to improve and change various established types of contact in today’s culture (Nielson, 2010). Today the world uses technology in almost everything that it does. Many different types of scholars have advocated the study of technologies as artifacts (Sterne, 2006). The cell phone will be a cultural artifact in its own right. No modern cultural...
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Living in this stressful city, the residents in Hong Kong may face different hardships in their daily lives. Some people choose to gamble when they feel stressful. Once gambling becomes their preferred way to relax, they may be trapped into addiction to gambling. Addiction to gambling brings varies of effects to us, which damages our normal lives and relation to family and peers.
Problems arising from the society, economy and individuals are the three effects off addition to gambling.
The changes in social values made by gambling addiction have influences on our social order.
According to “Teen Gambling: Understanding a Growing Epidemic,” Derevensky (2012), when people cannot achieve...
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Interpersonal Conflict in Spanglish
Instructor: Katherine Tracy
September 30, 2013
The film Spanglish portrays many different interpersonal conflicts among the characters. Interpersonal conflicts is between two or more people it can be personal, an angry disagreement.
Conflict can involve emotions and feelings and in the film Spanglish both of these where discussed. (Making Connections: Understanding Interpersonal Communication; Kathy Sole)
The first conflict that is evident throughout the film was the language barrier and different cultural background. In the film one of the most noticeable conflicts occurs between Flor, the house keeper, and Deborah,...
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Should parents be punished for their children’s crimes?
There are different points of view as to whether parents should be held responsible for their children’s offence. First of all, parents should be punished for the wrongdoing of their children as research has shown that family is the key influence for an adolescence to commit a crime during nurturing and parenting process (Farrington, 1996). For instance, children having an experience of being neglected by their parents, conflicts between parents or lack of having good relationship among one another affect a child’s behaviour problems. Hence, parents are to blame for their child’s misbehaviour since they are their child’s first...
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Explanations of Criminal Behavior
In the early 1900s, sociologists at the University of Chicago applied the concept of social disorganization to the explanation of crime, delinquency, and other social problems. With origins in the study of ecology, social disorganization refers to the failure of social organizations or social institutions in certain neighborhoods and communities. Robert Ezra Park’s research “demonstrated that criminal behavior was independent of individual characteristics and much more dependent on disruptive social forces” (23). Park’s social disorganization theory forms the basis for several other theories in contemporary criminology. For example, the theories that have...
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Summary: Personal Essay:The Causes and Effect of Dropping out of College.
The causes are almost certainly many and consistent. What seems inescapable is the conclusion that dropping out of school is one of the important factors related to the difficulties of people. The causes of dropping out reveal families in trouble. All too often, families with areas of high pressure are characterized by single parents, lack of parenting skills, and substance abuse. The most common causes of dropping out are money, family, and time management.
Money or lack of it is a reason to drop out of the school. Once you become a student, you will need money for tuition of the school. My rent is $1,000 per month...
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Substance Abuse among American Adolescents
Control substance abuse is an excessive consumption or a disorder use of substances especially drugs or alcohol that is associated with significant problems. Substance abuse is a disease that commonly appears among adolescents. According to Kerby Anderson1, “93% percent of all teenagers have some experience with alcohol by the end of their senior year of high school. Almost two-thirds of all American young people try illicit drugs before they finish high school.” If substance abuse is left untreated, it will cause violence in streets, such as crimes, kidnaping. Also, it will cause domestic violence. For example, many babies are born with...
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Maternity Research Article Critique
This study explores the effects of a brief individual psychoanalytic therapy on perinatal depressive symptoms. A group of 40 women presenting depressive symptoms (treatment group) participated in a four-session intervention called ‘Psychotherapy centered on parenthood (PCP)’. It consists in two antenatal and two postnatal sessions and is focused on changing problematic representations of parenthood. This treatment group was compared to a control group of 88 women without depressive symptoms and following the usual obstetrical care.
Edinburgh postnatal depression scale:
The EPDS is a questionnaire widely used...
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May 10 2013
Jesus Land is a memoir authored by Julia Scheeres that shows a glimpse into an atypical family living in rural Indiana in the 1970’s. The riveting book presents broad ideas that are found in everyday life. The memoir is primarily focused on her relationship with her close-in-age brother David, who was adopted by the Scheeres family in 1970 when he was 3 years old. Although not related or the fact David is a few months younger than her, Julia expresses feelings as if David is her twin brother. When the Scheeres family moved to Lafayette; Julia, David and her...
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This paper will discuss the Universal Self-Care Requisites, Developmental Self-Care Requisites, and Health Deviation Self-Care Requisites of assessed family according to Orem's Self-Care deficit theory.
This large family consists of eighteen children ages four to seventeen. The father (initials F.B.) is approximately forty years old. He is an Admiral in the United States Coast Guard. The mother (H.W.) is approximately forty years old. She is a self employed as a fashion designer. This is a second marriage for both after their respective spouses died. He brings to the marriage eight children. She brings ten; four of these are her biological children. Six are adopted and are...
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Frist Year Writing II: ENGL 1304
5 November 2013
“Proposal Argument for the MPAA rating system”
A student and a teacher make out on school premises. A young man sings, “I make love with a woman on the bathroom floor.” A character says suggests to another that she, “shove it up her harry little-.” Two teens passionately make out in a bed while a mother walks in and offers condoms. A teenage girl is hit by a bus. PG-13 ("Mean Girls  [PG-13] - 5.4.4."). These few scenes from the 2004 film, Mean Girls, depict the limits that are pushed in the content of a PG-13 rating. Why are filmmakers so limited when it comes to language and violence in PG-13 films? Why can’t...
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Critical Thinking #1
In Vitro Fertilization is a topic I feel is important. In Vitro is the process in which the egg (ovum) is fertilized by sperm outside the womb. This is the most common procedure when a woman is unable to conceive. There are many outlooks on the idea of having this method preformed. One of the many issues that set off in my mind is, “if you have the money for it, you can do it”. I can understand when a couple who is financially stable and in an environment that is “appropriate” wants to do in vitro. A family, which consists of a mother and father, is acceptable. Having a two-parent home is a...
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A Sunday afternoon
Sometimes even adults can behave like 2-year-olds, in a way that nobody can’t quite explain. In the short story “A Sunday afternoon” we hear about a couple at a playground with their son. Nothing seems unusual in the beginning but a bit later an unknown man and his son comes into the story. The man’s son starts throwing sand at the couple’s son and when the woman tells him to stop, a conflict between Wilson and the other man starts. It becomes unclear who are the adults and who are the children.
In the story there are 2 main charters, the woman and her husband Wilson. We don’t hear much about the couple, other than they’re reading and Wilson has his arm around the...
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Introduction to teaching 1301
My philosophy is that an educator is the most valuable resource our country has. Of all the jobs or careers in this world none of them would be possible without teachers. There are two main points to my philosophy, why teachers are important and who teachers are.
Teachers are very important in our society because we need them to provide our youth with the knowledge and social experiences they will need to improve their future and the future of the entire planet. Teachers are more than just people who relay information about a certain subject. Who teachers are, they are anyone and everyone. Teachers are grandmothers,...
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Raising children is no easy task. Especially if you are a single parent such as myself. My daughter is 16 years old and at risk. It is hard to play the role of both parents, but through various activities and sports after school helps to reduce the number of juvenile delinquents.
Children need structure and rules. There are a couple of options in my home, The first option in my home is that my teens get involved in after school sports or an activity that will keep them busy. This gives them a chance to become part of a winning team with a support system to learn from and experience new things with. In addition, self esteem is another...
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Adoption Jansen 1
Adoption: Same-Sex Couples
Business and Professional Writing
Professor G. Micevski
September 29, 2011
Adoption Jansen 2
There is an alarming rate of children in need of homes in the United States. This year 423,773 children are in foster care awaiting homes (Child Welfare Information Gateway 2011). With a number so high, why are we discriminating against same-sex couples adopting? Homosexuals are regular people like everyone else. They have dreams of having families and raising children just like everyone else. They shouldn’t be labeled unfit parents due to their...
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Kiasu-ism - a Singaporean culture?
Edward B. Tyler defines culture as “the complex whole which includes … and any other capabilities and habits acquired by man (and woman) as a member of society”. In this sense, I think Kiasu-ism can be defined as a Singaporean culture.
“Kiasu” is a word, though commonly used in many Asian countries, applies most to the Singaporean context and, often, one of the first few words that foreigners pick up in Singapore. It is not surprising that it has now been added to the oxford dictionary as an English word.
In a recent survey conducted by advantage and British-based Barrett Values Centre, 2000 local residents were polled to see how they perceive the...
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Describe the relevance of psychometric properties in psychological testing.
Psychometric properties assist a therapist in measuring the mental factors or skills that a client possesses in order to complete certain mental tasks. These factors may influence the ways in which the clients react or the ways in which they perform in certain situations. These types of tests are extremely important to the testing process because they allow the researcher to determine how to provide the treatment and interventions that are best suited to their clients needs. In order to develop an appropriate treatment plan and appropriate interventions the effective school counsleor will need to measure the...
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SOC 203 Week 1 DQ 1 The Sociological Imagination
The Sociological Imagination. In order to do understand and develop a sociological imagination, we must be able to see a social problem from many perspectives. This is the goal of our first discussion. For example, experts are warning us about the dangers of obesity, a problem for both individuals and society. While some may suggest obesity is simply the result of individual choices, how did so many people suddenly begin to make such bad choices? Rather than the result of individual choices,...
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Running head: STUDENT TRUANCY
Student truancy: Why should I go to school?
Various school personnel, parents, community members, and juvenile justice officials
among others are consistently concerned with the issue of truancy in schools. Truancy
highly correlates to problem behaviors such as academic failure, dropping out of school,
and criminal behavior (Giacomazzi, Mueller, & Stoddard, 2006). Perhaps the most
pertinent question then is: What is causing students to be truant from school and what can
be done to improve school attendance? This report will begin by examining the
multifaceted implications of student truancy. After...
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Identification of Community
Originally called the Tri-City, Westminster is in Orange County, California. “Westminster is landlocked and bordered by Seal Beach on the west, by Garden Grove on the north and east, and by Huntington Beach and Fountain Valley on the south”, (Westminster Wikipedia entry, 2014). Westminster is also called Little Saigon. “The 2010 United States Census reported that Westminster had a population of 89,701 with a population density was 8,926.5 people per square mile”, (Westminster Wikipedia entry, 2014). 29.6% of the population is between the ages of 35-54. "Most people were hospitalized due to diseases and disorders of the circulatory system", (OC Health Info,...
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Individual Research Paper: Employee Incentives
The purpose of this paper is to discuss incentive programs for teachers. In a society where education is more important as ever, public school districts should be thinking of new ways to encourage their teachers to remain in the educational field. Teachers are leaving their desired profession to find employment that has enhanced incentives. According to Management-People, Performance, Change, “a growing number of companies are launching inititives so that employees can balance their family and work life. The most common inititives are redesigning work, alternative work arrangements, leaves, time-saving assistance, emotional...
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OPERANT CONDITIONING, A THEORY DEVELOPED BY B.F. SKINNER
Dating back to the 1800’s, many theories have developed in reference to Child Development. There have been theories that have become classics and those that continue to cause controversy. Doing research on these theories one of them really stood out to me and that is the one of B.F. Skinner. Skinner believed that the best way to understand behavior is to look at the causes of an action and its consequences. He called this approach operant conditioning. The main principles of operant conditioning, as defined by Skinner, are reinforcement, punishment, shaping, extinction, discrimination, and generalization.
Reinforcement is the key...
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Evaluating the Research Process
July 27, 2015
Evaluating the Research Process
In some recent study on teen pregnancy, it is estimated that the cost may be as high as $428 billion per year or an average of $5,500 for each teen parent that gives birth before 18 years of age (Youth.gov, 2015). That is why through this study, "Effectiveness of the "baby think it over" teen pregnancy prevention program", it is vital to understand the mindset of teen's interest in sexual activities during this stage of growth (Somers & Fahlman, 2001). To further explain that the article completed be Cheryl L. Somers, and Mariane M. Fahlman is being researched in the process and not the...
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Pros and cons of being a young parent and waiting till later to have children
Nowadays, the youths focus on the development of the career; therefore, people who marry at a mature age and later to have children is a common phenomenon. However, many teens choose to become a young parent because they believe babies are the most important thing in their world. In fact, becoming a young parent and waiting till later to have children both have advantages and disadvantages for parents and children.
Advantages and disadvantages for parents
To begin with, being a young parent has disadvantages on developing the career or finishing school. The act of having a child at an early age itself...