Family background can effect a child's development by the family's values the culture and the way the child is encouraged and cared for all can effect the child development. The child environment can effect the development of the child e.g. Housing condition , opportunities for play and educational. Poverty and deprivation can affect the child's development because Lack of money can lead to poor nutrition and lack of opportunity and also lower expectations. Children and young people in the care system are more vulnerable,often due to the lack of stability and attachment disorder this can affect their emotional ,social and academic development.
(American Nurses Association, 2015). In Mr. J’s scenario nursing sensitive indicators were ignored which lead to negative outcomes of family dissatisfaction. When proper education of use of restraints and increasing mobility are in place the patient will heal faster with less negative outcomes. In order to increase quality care for patients and increase patient and family satisfaction a hospital can gather information from each nursing unit for sensitive indicators that lead to patient outcomes. One area of concern is the ratio of RN’s per patient and also this a correlation between patient care and job satisfaction.
Drugs, pregnancy, and rebellion are all signs of a person’s loss of innocence, and bad parenting. However, people react differently to the loss of their innocence, and with good parenting, children can grow in a positive way that influences our world. In the novel To Kill a Mockingbird Jem, Dill, and Scout mature as they watch Maycomb commit the “sin” of killing a mockingbird. Yet, because of the children’s knowledge and past experiences each of them reacts and matures differently to the situation they encounter. Over the course of the novel, Jem’s concern for other innocent creatures changes dramatically.
Were to be adopted by all agencies working with children. One of the main criticisms of the services for children in the past had been the failure of professionals to understand each other’s roles of working together in a multi-disciplinary manner. This was highlighted in the Laming Inquiry and the ECM initiative sought to change this. Despite huge changes being made to the way in which professionals were to work with children and to safeguard them, the murders of Jessica Chapman and Holly Wells prompted a further inquiry. The Richard Inquiry recommended a new scheme under
Some people cringe of just the thought while others embrace it. As we explore these questions we will find that there are some advantages to the foster care system, but we will also find that there are some disadvantages. How is the effectiveness of Foster Care often inhibited? Foster care is often a traumatic time due to the separation of children from their parent. This can cause conflicts and resistance.
Therefore during the 1950’s many parents disagreed with this due to their children being “transported considerable distances from their families and local communities resulting in the children becoming even more vulnerable.” (Wall, 2003) Page 12. With different schools becoming more available it has led to a more segregated society due to the fact if someone is seen as ‘different’ they are primarily advised to go to a ‘special school’. This has led to people becoming ignorant to the issues around them and really understanding why people are seen as ‘different’; recently though this has been changing due to new policies that have been put in place such as Every Disabled Child Matters (2004) and the Disability Discrimination Act (1995). Although does this then mean that all schools should accommodate for all pupils including disabled pupils. ‘Special Schools’ were often seen as institutions which are often associated with negative connotations towards these schools; but as time has gone by these schools have developed the way they look after their pupils
Due to the fact that the Negros are brainwashed by their oppressors, they believe their inferiority to the other races to be true. The oppressor starts the mis-education of the Negro in school. School is the most powerful factor that an oppressor has because he has full control over the Negros thoughts and believes. Every race would be brainwashed and manipulated if “The thought of the inferiority is drilled into [them] in almost every class [they] enter and in almost every book [they] study” (Woodson, 2). This is not an educated person; this is a person who is trained to fit society according to the oppressor’s standards.
I think the most important qualities to be instilled in the Puritan children were to respect their mother and father and being able to read the English tongue and learning some sort of catechism. But, I believe that the number one quality was to respect and honor their natural parents. The law stated that if any child[ren] above sixteen that curses or smites their natural mother or father, would be put to death if they weren’t provoked or if their parent was being unchristianly. In addition, a son could be put to death if acting stubborn or rebellious after being assembled in court. 4.
THe World State doesn't want people to give their people responsibility because they want, “Stability, No civilization without social stability. No social stability without individual stability,” (Huxley, 42). The World State doesn’t give the people responsibility to because with responsibility, there is a need to fulfill the responsibility and stability is threatened when the responsibility isn’t. So the World State gives jobs that they know will be fulfilled and then when the job is done they are set loose like children. Despite the lack of responsibility, there are women who are not freemartins that, “did not forget their contraceptive precautions by the regulations,” (Huxley, 77).
However their responsibilities would be to get better and get back to doing day to day activities. Marxism theory believes that doctors make people better and are the agents that ensure people get better and go back to work as soon as possible. Marxism believes that doctors work in the interest of the ruling classes and not the individual, to provide company owners and society with a healthy work force. Feminists approach to health would be that they believe that pregnancy is another way for men to control women, making the women stay at home to look after the children and not being able to go out and work. Radical Feminists would