Social: Anti-social behaviour- If parents show anti-social behaviour it may impact on the child being put into care Addictions- If children live with addicted adults they may be under a lot of stress and experience poverty. This may cause their attendance at school to drop which will impact on their achievements. Bereavement and loss- This can impact on the child's emotional and physical health as they may not know how to respond to this. Adults can also find it difficult to care for the child if they loose a family member which could result in the child going into care. Economic: Health Status- if a child has a condition, their education and home life can be affected as they may not be able to attend school as much as other children.
Divorce – This could make the child or young person feel frustrated, confused because the child or young person may not be seeing one parent as much as before, this could also make the child act unusual such as becoming withdrawn and being argumentative with parents. New siblings – This could make the child or young person feel jealous because he/she may not be getting as
They may find themselves drawn into ‘the wrong crowd’ because they seem welcoming, and as a result find themselves manipulated. • Poor parental supervision/neglect Without guidance children do not learn the correct ways to behave. This will cause them to come into conflict at school because they do not know or understand acceptable boundaries. They may be unaware of the dangers they can face in life. They may have a distorted view of their own abilities and may believe that they are allowed to do what they want because they are never prevented.
Ex: Lack of oxygen during birth will affect the development of the baby. Health problems - If a child suffers from health issues such as asthma, it may make them unable to take part in activities which will affect the over roll development. A child with Learning difficulties, physical disabilities or sensory deficiencies (blindness and deafness)will make it unable for them to socialize and work with other children which is a major part in helping their development, also they could be withdrawn and make them feel like they don’t belong. Explain how children and young people’s development is influenced by a range of external factors External factors also effect a child’s development Poverty and deprivation This directly affects the development of a child since poverty and deprivation means lack of proper accommodation and food. The exposure to unhealthy environment and food increase the chance of children coming in to contact with infectious diseases.
The child could also feel a sad disappointed feeling because their parent won’t give them the attention a child should be receiving or a child could just be being neglected all together possibly by the parent just not caring, but I will tell you all about these things in my paragraphs below. First, Physical abuse: where a parent physically hits the child. The child will have unexplained burns, bites, bruises, broken bones, or black eyes. Also if the child screams and fusses that they don’t want to go or when the time comes to go home. A child could also feel as if any adult that approaches then could be harm to them.
This can cause the child to feel lonely and angry at themselves because they are not at the other children's level of learning. 2. If a child doesn't like to share toys, this can cause a problem with social interaction as they will find it hard to form friendships. The other children will try to avoid the child that is unable to share, this can affect the emotional and social development of the child who is unwilling to share as they will feel lonely and neglected and even abandoned. 3.
There are good reasons as to why homework is harmful. Svensén (2013) claims that not all students will get the same help with homework at home and they may not get a nice experience of homework. The reasons for this can be many. Parents may not find the time necessary to help their children. Parents may have difficulties with the language and therefore cannot help their children.
So while a child may be born with potential and possibility, a child’s nurturing or a child’s environment may either hinder or enhance it. Take a child born in a poverty stricken third world country, for example. They are born with all of the potential in the world, but the environment that the child is born into will impede its’ development. Not enough food and water, coupled with non-existent health care will have a devastating effect on the child’s potential for normal development. Throwing in other factors, such as nurturing, or there lack of and it could further impede a child’s development.
They may have a pessimistic view of world that they freely express. They may also be unwilling to go home, church, or school depending on where the abuse in happening or who is responsible for the abuse. The abuse may be emotional, verbal, physical, or sexual. The child may feel as if he or she has no control in his or her life. Some abuse victims may seek help in another adult or a form of child protective service.
Young people who are too harshly disciplined and whose rights and responsibilities as part of the family are not respected may dissociate themselves from adults, lose respect for adult society, and take aggressive action against society. A lack of discipline may also lead to delinquent behavior. Young people who do not learn moral conduct in their homes can fail to develop a firm sense of right and