All children have right to equality and to have equal opportunities to learn and develop. Children need to feel valued and to be protected from discrimination. I believe it is very important to raise awareness in children at a very early age and childcare providers have a huge role in forbidding discrimination in a setting in case it may occur as children as young as three may already have a bias and prejudgments. An ECCE educator can always act as a role model and has to always show anti-discriminatory behavior and can encourage her class to develop a positive attitude to the differences, such as gender, ethnicity1, culture, religion, language, sexual orientation, age, ability, disability and social circumstances. When a child care practitioner values anti-discriminatory practice, she also will support the children to achieve: -Better self-esteem -Better confidence to start something new, unknown -Affirming individual and group identities -Strengthens the child’s connection to his family and background -Cater for different traditions,
Spanking, is it really child abuse or a form of discipline for your children. Many people are misled with the term spanking and think that spanking is abuse because you are hurting your child, however that is not the case; the term spanking is the act of slapping, especially on the buttocks as a punishment for children. Abuse have a completely different definition it is use to bad effect or for a bad purpose; misuse. Spanking is a way of discipline used to better your child for the future, to make them understand that there are consequences to their actions and disobediences. Spanking can also be used to stop kids from doing something shouldn’t be doing or stopping them from doing something dangerous that can potentially harm them.
These kids, are just that kids who are stuck in a bad situation or mindset. The kids are victims of their circumstances but they are trying to find way to get out of their circumstances or are trying to be heard. The director uses things such as weather transitions, voice overs and overall structure to get the viewers emotionally invested in to these strangers’ lives. This helps to establish the subjects, but also make the large impact of knowing that there are many kids, like the ones shown, in the world that are struggling through life. The director is willing the viewer not to see these kids as the label of “bad kids”, but as human beings doing the best with what little they
Censorship can be quite a debate when it comes to being needed or not needed.It is being used all around the world for various reasons. Many believe it is best for the country,while others see it as a gross violation.Censorship is needed to keep inappropriate and dangerous information from those that do not need access to the information. Children and adults both can be affected when censorship is not used.There are multiple different way both kids and adults are being influenced when not controlled information is easy to access.Inappropriate content can lower and affect the self-esteem of growing kids.There are ways that we can improve on the use of censorship.Children are more vulnerable to inappropriate content.Easy access information can disappoint children and cause stress and strain to their emotions.Advertising on the internet can cause expectations and demands of expensive materials.Many Advertising can be inappropriate and lead to the usage of more inappropriate content.”The difference between a child and a adult is that children are more vulnerable to the effects of everything from sunburn and alcohol to ideas and images...Children have the greatest preponderance of idea,opinions,values”(Sigman). More importantly the risk of a child meeting a paedophile online if not censored from the source. Censorship does have pros and cons,but the pros over throws the cons for good reasons.
Physical Punishment Do you think that people might think twice about spanking and physically punishing their children if it leads to your child resenting you, not being able to trust you, or even hurt the way that they function socially and mentally for the rest of their lives? Every day parents are spanking and physically punishing their children, not knowing how it will affect their kids down the road. Some parents may wonder why their child acts out aggressively at school, why they don’t do as well academically as other students, or maybe why they don’t feel comfortable or are scared to come to you when they have made a mistake? The children who are spanked and physically punished may have psychological damage and not function well academically or socially, the relationships between parent and child are compromised by causing lack of trust and
If a child or young teenager is being harassed by a parent or any other adult figure, they feel inferior to the older adult, which keeps them quiet. Children are most easily manipulated, and adults use that to their advantage and prey on children. Minor’s that experience this can have short-term effects as well as long-term effects, such as bad behavior, anger towards adult figures or even extreme anxiety. People and children alike need to fight past the fear and speak up against their abuser, tell anyone and try to seek help and gain the justice they
Therefore, it is imperative understanding based on Social Disorganization theory that, areas where there is lack of obedience to social rules by children due to the community reducing their chances of advancement, experience social disorder i.e. they experience conflict and despair. This is due to the reason that the children turn to antisocial behavior. Strain theory as observed by Steenbeek and Hipp (2011) explain when a person has goals which the economic mainstream creates desirable and is incapable to attain the goals set before him/her in a genuine way, the particular person will find alternative ways of achieving his/her goals, habitually turning to criminal behavior. In addition, Cultural Deviance theories point out that as a result of the draining lifestyle of children living in worsened environs the children often turn to social isolation and delinquent behavior.
Emotional impact to the children could lead to depression or loneliness. They would not be interested in joining activities or going to school anymore. Another effect of emotional impact is the shame. They would get ashamed as they would be bullied about having one parent only. One of the things that have effect on children is also on their behavior... Due to them being envious or jealous, and due to the effect of bullying, they would often think of being rebellious.
Middle school students must wear uniforms. I am arguing against that middle school's student must wear uniforms, I think that kids need to express themselves and the best way to do so is with what you wear. There are kids who have worn uniforms and they say that it is uncomfortable to walk around in close you don't like. Schools that are making kids wear uniforms are taking control over those children, control only the parents should have. Kids need to learn how to be independent, when they wear uniforms they are being taught to follow.
Lastly, with schools making the decision also run the risk of alienating kids. “Kids feel that their person rights are being violated and that the school only does it because they don’t trust them. Students feel like before school starts using drug dogs and begin random searches, there needs to be some compelling