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    Children are like Kitchen-Aid mixer, they need attachments to function at the best of their ability. Attachments are the key necessity to a child's development, without any attachments children tend to become frightened, withdrawn and unable to develop speech. Along with this the children can be at risk for physical, psycholgical and social problems. Their serotonin levels can be altered due to a lack of attachment as well. However, when a child does have attachments in their development they…

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    RAD In Children

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    Introduction Children in this current generation are born and brought up differently compared to the past generations. This has been made possible due to the improvement in technology, as well as, the living standards. Education, being the key value, has played an important role in cognitive development in children which has made many changes in the normal way of life. For example, education has made children become more conversant with their rights. Also parents have become more involved in…

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    in a loving and caring atmosphere. In “Juvenile Delinquency and Family Structure” by Anika Doggett, this article explains how family structure effects a juvenile delinquent. Doggest states, “Family are of the strongest forces in life. They teach children to control unacceptable behavior, to delay gratification, and to respect the rights of…

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    the religious influence on the juvenile justice system, and the juvenile court system. Historical Makeup The first law in India that separated juveniles from adults as a special category all their own was the Apprentice Act of 1850 which required children…

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    early. (Taylor, Fritsch and Caeti) We have come a long way from the basic and almost crude justice system before the 1960’s. The system has made plenty of advantageous advancements the further we get into the future. We’ve grown from a system where children are treated like adults to a new separate system that treats juveniles to give them a brighter…

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    Broken Home Research Paper

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    important and fragile time of every person life. Children shouldn’t be raise in certain conditions that may affect them later on in life. My hypothesis is that I believe children from broken homes get behavioral, academic and social problems because of their unhealthy relationship between them and their parents. I will be testing my hypothesis by naturalistic observation, giving out a questionnaire, and doing individual case studies on both children and parents. I would hope that my hypothesis…

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    and dependent children. Also, during this period the law created a public policy based on the medical model that is a model of individual diagnosis and individual treatment. The underlying philosophy of the medical model was that delinquency was a preventable and treatable condition. This act created the first juvenile court in the United States that provided social reform and a structured way to restore and control children in trouble. It also provided a way to care for children who needed…

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    obvious that this has to change. Other than the obvious message that Juvenile Rehabilitation Centers need to be regulated, the hidden message is that parents should either try harder to discipline their children themselves or at least research and be aware of where they are sending their delinquent children and how they will…

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    KOLTS preschool, there were two female ECE’s and six children inside the school. Two ECE’s went to the dressing room and started to dress all the children in the proper outfit before heading outside. The first ECE dressed three children by helping each child putting on their jacket, snow pants, boots, hat, and gloves. The second ECE was helping the other three children dress up to go outside. The third ECE was in the classroom supervising four children while the first half went outside who were…

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    the United States is stained with an immensely dark past. In 1976, Kenneth Wooden uncovered the atrocities that were occurring within America’s juvenile correctional system when he released Weeping in the Playtime of Others. In hopes of protecting children and initiating change in the juvenile justice system, Wooden addressed the lack of human rights and legal justice in juvenile issues, the origins of delinquency, the abuse and neglect within America’s juvenile institutions, political…

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