The majority of adolescents perceived equally psychological wellbeing from parents and peers. The development was based on the theoretical focused and feel greater satisfaction with themselves but they need seeking social support and less symptomatic response to stressful life events(Gay C al, 1987). Gay C, Arms den , Mark T , Greenberg, (1987), The inventory of parent and peer attachment, Individual difference and their relationship to psychological wellbeing in the adolescent. Journal of Youth and adolescent. (16) 427-454 The study revealed that contemplative practice in children and youth to prevent health promotion contexts, including school – based program.
There are several examples of punishment as follows: • If parents put a punishment of not giving pocket money to their children if they misbehave with someone then there will be very less chances that adolescent will learn this type of behavior. • If government will set a punishment on media for showing violent things then again adolescent will not learn any anti-social behavior because they are not observing any anti-social behavior. Moreover media itself can eliminate negative behaviors if they show hard punishment for doing violent
Eliminating bad behavior should begin at an early age for a child by implementing the correct punishment and keeping consistent with the behavioral intervention. If the behavior has not improved as time passes, then the behavioral planned was not effective because of inconsistency, targeting the right reinforcer, etc. References Cipani, E. (2004). Punishment on Trial. Reno.
Outcome 3 Understand the importance of early intervention for children and young people who are disadvantaged and vulnerable Explain what is meant by both disadvantage and vulnerability Disadvantaged Disadvantage is a term used to describe a condition or circumstance that will reduce a child’s chances of success. A disadvantaged child may have reduced chances of success for a number of reasons including: Poverty Ill health Poor parenting (Or a parent with ill health or substance addiction) Unhealthy environment Reduced schooling Vulnerability Vulnerability refers to the possibility of suffering harm. Harm can be emotional or physical and there are many reasons why a child can be exposed to greater possibilities or risk of harm: Lack of supervision Exposure to inappropriate relationships or advice Abuse Failure of supervising adults to provide appropriate boundaries and support Illness or disability
An emphasis is placed on the importance of identifying warning signs and risk factors for depression and suicide amongst teens. According to the research conducted by King and Vidourek (2012) early detection and suicidal warning signs is seen to be crucial for effective intervention. Teenagers need to be encouraged to be more proactive when it comes to their personal mental health. Positive coping mechanisms such as problem-solving skills, effective communication skills, and good conflict resolution skills are all essential in lessening the likelihood that a teen exhibiting depressive behaviors will go forth and take their own life. As most teenagers spend most of their time in school, better prevention and intervention programs need to be in place.
As well as with “creative violence”, this term is correlated to the idea of helping children learn how to deal with rage and even be able to control it whenever life becomes challenging. Even though parents may not see the appeal of letting their children be exposed to violent content, they should consider the positives it can provide for their children. Overall, Jones used logos, ethos, and pathos effectively to persuade the audience that parents need to start protecting their children from being selfish or over powered people, but instead help them with exploring violence in a healthy manner to help them achieve a better persona. The intended audience for Jones’ article would be parents and teachers. Whoever the reader may be, they can notice that the publisher, Mother Jones, allows articles to be written by staff or other contributors on various topics such as
This directly relates to helping the youth avoid crime. The big brothers and big sisters youth outcome report for January 2012 found “Statistically significant improvement” in avoiding activities such as drugs, skipping school, hitting and breaking rules at school. Improvements in these areas show that this is an effective program in preventing
To contribute to the psychological growth of children, parents can also be evaluated for the upbringing of their child and how their actions affect the different levels of their child’s core development system. Parents, being the most influential factor in the contribution to a child’s behavior during growth, closely monitor and filter behavior into what they consider wrong and right through different means of discipline. Discipline like this can be easily separated into two categories: reward, and punishment. Punishment, when used as a primary form of discipline, can hinder the cognitive development of their children. This can produce a psychological turmoil within the child and often leads to several forms of depression and anxiety
As a child grows up it is harder to have good family management. As a child becomes an adolescent having clear family routines and also nurturing the child’s growing autonomy is beneficial (Antunes). Violence can have lasting negative impacts on children and having a family that cares for them can help prevent that (Antunes). The problem is it is hard for many parents in low-income communities to support their children given their lifestyle. Lack of parental care and nurture perpetuates violence especially if the relationships within the family are already abusive (Kramer).
Young adults can prevent it by going to programs and learning about precautions. They can also encourage adults to hold these programs. Schools can help also by holding the programs or even having speakers talk about what to do if they’re going through abuse. Some schools use fingerprinting to prevent from unknown abuse (Hyde, M. and Hyde, L. 53). Adults can help prevent child abuse just as well as young adults.
The study also found that positive parenting may moderate children’s association with intimate partner violence. The results from this study show that it is imperative that parents practice positive parenting and children not be exposed to situations where violence or abuse take places because these can cause profound effects on children psychologically, whether it is dealing with stress, coping with trauma, perceiving threats, hyperarousal, avoidance, fear, security, interpersonal relationships, and negative self-attributions. All of these things can follow and often do follow children into adulthood. Also, children may repeat the same cycle they experienced with their own