In what situation might an authoritarian parenting style be most beneficial and why? There are many situations that using authoritarian parenting style could benefit many children who are minority. Using this strict and high strung parenting style could help these children succeed in life. Without being strict on them, they may end up hanging out around a bad crowd of people. Also, not being strict as a minority parent could lead them to not reaching for their dreams.
Fricker says that another way a person can have testimonial justice is by becoming familiar with common prejudices. She argues that biases carry less weight when a person is more used to being around them. For example, if a person grows up in a racially diverse neighborhood, like the Bronx, then he or she will be less likely to uphold prejudices against those of a different race. This argument is well-founded because most times people are scared of the unknown. Yet, if a person is familiar with people of a different race, religion, gender, or sexual orientation, they might be less demeaning or discriminatory towards them.
For instance, one reader who is age 6 or 7 may read at the level of a 9 or 10 year old, it all depends on the child. Age banding therefore creates a “betrayal of trust between the reader and the author” (130). Age banding can also “disregard the creativity of authors” (130). The age bans are “harmful to children’s enjoyment of reading,” as children may not appreciate or pick up a book that is targeted for a younger age group than their own. The same goes for young readers who are confident and may be “put off by books that fit their ability” rather than their age (130).
The age is now increasing by 10 years with 138,700 people to 310,800 people (Wolford, Palso, Bercovitz). With the increase in age, it is normal to find older people with reduced range in motion of the joints (Kruse). But again, candidates for the anterior approach must have flexible joints. Even if patients were younger, many would still be rejected because of their weight. In the United States, “68.8% of adults are either obese or overweight” (Overweight and Obesity Statistics).
Saina (2005), on the other hand, reported average daily weight gain of 8g in guinea fowls kept under intensive system of management, which is similar to the results of the present study. The author however, obtained higher average daily weight gain of 12.3g for guinea fowls raised under the semi-extensive system of management. Nobo et al. (2012) reported average daily weight gain of 12.8-13.8g in guinea fowls raised under intensive system of
For the school/middle age child observation, I observed my little brother, he was born on November 3, 2009 and is 7 years old. I chose him because I know him the uppermost out of the selection of children that I could scrutinize. I examined him in several places and days during the process of the observation. I observed him at home, the front and back yard, the store, the park and family members’ house. Other children, family members, sibling and his parents were present when I viewed him.
This is about 10 inches taller than the Beagles. German Shepherd dogs weigh much more than beagles too. A healthy German Shepherd dog usually weighs between 66 to 88 lbs and a healthy female can weigh between 49 to 71 lbs. This is more than a 20 pound weight difference. Believe me, if I had the choice between a Beagle and a German Shepherd to sit on my lap I would choose the Beagle.
It is shown that over the entire four years’ men only gain approx. 13lbs and women only gain 9lbs. (Frank T) These weight gains are highly contributed to two factors, heavy drinking and working. These gains however, are avoidable. If you do notice a little “flab” around your mid-section, with some knowledge and perseverance, you can safely get rid of it.
It has also been said that they’re irresponsible and unattractive. Some misconceptions about obese teens are that they have a lack of will power and are this way because of their genes. Obesity in teens is misapprehended because people assume characteristics about them. Obese teens should be more understood by society because they may be going through some situations we may not understand. Obese teens have been around for some time now.
To solve these problems parents try to use various ways of influence on their children. Some of them are effective, some are not, it is very individual and depends on the character of the teenager. Moreover, it is age of storm-and-stress that causes much misunderstanding. According to the scientific research, teenagers with proper upbringing have fewer problems with their parents and generation gap is not so noticeable in these families, contrary to children from dysfunctional families who suffer from the lack of parental care, misunderstanding and indifference. First and most effective way of influence in young people’s behavior is giving a good example.
These children are left to feeling anxious, sad, lonely, and experience low self-esteem. Their anger can be displayed towards themselves or others. They have difficulty learning to make new friends and have poorer relationships with same aged children. All these children seemed to be less involved in extracurricular activities. Children of divorce may be less likely to learn how to cooperate, negotiate, and compromise.
Jebera is African American giving his a 7.5% chance of having any disorder in his lifetime according to the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey. In comparison, White have a 10.4% chance and Mexican Americans an 8% chance . This makes African Americans and, therefore, Jebera the least likely of the group to have a mental disorder. More specifically, African Americans have a 10.4-12% lifetime prevalence rate of depression. Again, both White and Hispanic individuals scored higher with White’s at l6.8-17.6% and Hispanic at ll.6-13.7% .
He is in a pre-K inclusion setting in the morning for two and a half hours each day, where he has the benefit of both a general education teacher, a special education teacher, and a teacher aide. His class is also made up of mostly typically developing peers. Matthew also receives speech/language therapy as a related service. This is Matthew’s first school experience. Until now, Matthew had been at home and has no previous day care or school experience.
In Louisiana, I worked mornings as the intervention specialist for Reading and Math at the public middle elementary school (3rd and 4th) while teaching 7 and 8th grade Math in the afternoons at the local private school and eventually covering the art classes when the teacher was on maturity leave. While in Louisiana,
The hearing aide assists him in listening to what is being said around him. His parents take him every 6 months for a follow up and make sure the hearing aids are functioning properly. Before Andy’s diagnoses he was seen as behavior child he didn’t pay attention in class and got distracted easy. Andy is a Hispanic boy raised by both his parents in a middle social