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  • RAD In Children

    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 the day to day progress of their children’s growth and development process. Children, however, have adapted many behaviors that are way off the norms and ethics of life. Such behaviors rotate around emotions, behavior, physical function as well as mental…

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  • The Effects Of Media Violence On Children

    Apparently I did not want to do it, and we proceeded to get in an argument. The argument escalated, and in the heat of the moment, I did what I had just seen on television: I karate kicked a hole in the wall. As trivial as it may sound, this is a real life example of how children often emulate the things seen on television. Think for a moment of all the different commercials on…

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  • Ads To Children Rhetorical Analysis

    advertisement to children were fairly positive. For me as long as the advertisements don’t promote sex, drugs, alcohol, or other inappropriate topics to children, advertising to them seems acceptable. In fact, last semester in one of my advertising classes, I was asked if I would be comfortable to promote McDonald’s Happy Meals to kids, knowing that the kind of food encourage kids to eat unhealthy. At that time, I didn’t feel it was unethical. I felt it was the parents’ responsibility to watch…

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  • Young Children In Advertising Analysis

    trying to reach out to as many people as possible to buy their products. Children are no exception. Today’s youth is being exposed to advertisements in almost every aspect of their life, often times not even realizing that what they are looking at is an advertisement. The average child is exposed to approximately 40,000 advertisements a year, with the companies spending more than 12 billions dollars annually on marketing specifically at kids (Cooper, n.d.). Society should not be targeting…

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  • Food Advertising Targeting Children Essay

    Now serving children of all ages, they will be subliminally coaxed into buying the newest unhealthy fun food, and yes there is a prize inside! The tactics of television advertisement have become the driving force behind not just the United States food industry, but many countries around the world. Particularly in the United States, these major food companies target the most influential and vulnerable, children. Consequently, how does the emphasis on food advertisement in television affect…

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  • Safeguarding Of Children Essay

    different polices and legislations towards safeguarding children from abuse have evolved today. This essay will explore how the different ideas of policies are set into place and show how different policies go into different directions. From this it will show my knowledge and understandings of different events that have happened and made a development towards society. Showing from a historical perspective it will discuss how different acts have been set into place to stop prevention of cruelty…

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  • The Dangers Of Safeguarding Children

    Submission Q3 3.1 It is important to ensure children and young people are protected from harm within the work setting. One of the main and most important responsibilities of someone who works with children is to gain and maintain a relationship built on trust with the child and their Parent/Carer. Parents and carers need to be reassured their children are safe and cared for when in the educational setting. As a school we provide professional care to children and this means we have a duty of care…

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  • The Importance Of The Children Act 2004

    The Children’s Act (1989) (2004) The children’s act 1989 was amended in 2004. The children’s act has placed organisations to safeguard and promote the wellbeing of children and young people. The children and young people are being protected because they are unable to protect themselves from harm and danger. The act is designed to guide principles that are in mind for the care and support of children. It allows children to: - Be Healthy - Remain safe in their environments - Enjoy life - Assist…

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  • Unique Children: Principles Of Learning And Development

    I have got the principles for each one from the child care and education book by penny Tassoni. ‘The principle of Positive Relationships is that children learn to be strong and independent from a base of loving and secure relationships with parents and/or a key person. The principle of Enabling Environments is that the environment plays a key role in supporting and extending children’s development and learning. The principle of Learning and Development is that children develop and learn in…

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  • Principles And Values That Underpins Working With Children Essay

    The CACHE values are important as they represent the professional way of how professionals and practitioner should work with children, young people and their families. A CACHE value that underpins working with children is, ‘Honour the confidentiality of information relating to the child and their family, unless its disclosure is required by law or is in the best interest of the child.’ It is by law that the practitioner and professionals follow and sign the Data Protection Act 1998. This is…

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