Samples "Children"


Technology and Our Children

In today’s increasingly interconnected world, technology is a double-edged sword whose impact on people’s everyday life can be either positive or negative, depending on how one uses it. The Internet, smart televisions, smartphones, computers, self-driving cars, face-detecting systems and e-commerce platforms are only some of the technological advances that are...

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1864 words | 7 page(s)
Parenting: The Lost Art

A report by the Federal Trade Commission alarmed parents when it revealed that entertainment companies were targeting children in their ads of violent, Rated-R films. Even more frightening is the fact that these very companies actually held focus groups of nine to ten year-olds. But the truth is that most...

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661 words | 3 page(s)
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Social Work Practice with Children

The environment the child is exposed to from the time he/she is born has both positive and negative influence in his/her current situation (Schore N and Schore J, 2008). The first instinct of the mother or primary care giver is to create an attachment bond of communication bond with the...

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569 words | 3 page(s)
Kindergartens: Preparing Children for Adult Life

Playing, learning, and socializing all day long – what could be better for a small child? The issue of whether or not kindergartens are advantageous young children remains arguable. Some believe that educational interaction among young children stimulates their critical thinking and social skills. However, others say kindergartens are too...

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524 words | 3 page(s)
Self-Efficacy And Self-Regulation Essay

Self-efficacy is one’s beliefs in his or her ability to achieve a set target. Precisely, self-efficacy entails one’s confidence to take control over his or her desire to execute his or her activities to achieve his or her set goals. The concept of self-efficacy was first developed by a psychologist...

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606 words | 3 page(s)