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The Sudden Death of a Child / Siblings Coping With The Fact
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A 9 page paper discussing the death of a young child in a sudden and often violent manner. The siblings and the fact that they have been neglected in terms of research and counseling are the main focus. Children can be simple and not understand what has happened like adults do and it is important to approach them correctly according to their cognitive abilities. Bibliography lists10 sources.
Filename: Sudeath.wps

Child Development
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In 15 pages, the author discusses child development. Children are not just small people. They are developmentally different from adults. This is a major concept that all parents must learn. An infant will develop at his/her own rate within a certain time span. They create their own sense of identity. In fact, it is important for a child to have a sense of identity. Children need to be supplied with the tools for learning and proper development. Child growth and development is the result of human biology, anthropology, medicine, sociology, and psychology. It is not only one area of science or social science. The topic is broad and can be overwhelming if one does not keep in mind the simple concept of nurture verses nature. A child must be nurtured. He/she should not be abused or thrown away. A child is a human being after all, and as such has not only the right to develop but also the right to develop in a manner that is acceptable, normal, healthy, and good for the child. Bibliography lists 12 sources.
Filename: PCdch.doc

Effective Parenting / Model Essay Answers
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4 pages worth of free response essays to questions from case stories (actual cases are no longer available) concerning parenting techniques and methods. Discussed are the impossible goals of 'perfect parenting,' permissive vs. authoritative styles, Freud's views on parental love & control, and more. No Bibliography.
Filename: Parntpft.wps

"The Five to Seven Year Shift" Edited by Sameroff and Haith
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A 10 page paper which examines and summarizes the book "The Five to Seven Year Shift" edited by Arnold J. Sameroff and Marshall M. Haith. The book is a compilation of various essays concerning the developmental shifts a child makes between the ages of 5 and 7. No additional sources cited.
Filename: RA5to7yr.rtf

"The Nurture Assumption" by Judith Rich Harris
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A 9 page paper which discusses aspects of Harris' book "The Nurture Assumption." The primary focus of the paper is on the effects of divorce as it relates to Harris' book. A general discussion of Harris' book is presented as well. Bibliography lists 6 additional sources.
Filename: RAnrtrehrrs.wps

'Prisoners of Childhood' / Key Concepts
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A 4 page analysis of Alice Miller's Prisoners of Childhood which demonstrates how the dynamics behind the relationship of a gifted child with a narcissistically-deprived parent can hamper or prevent that child from developing as an independent, emotionally-healthy adult. No additional sources cited.
Filename: Childpri.wps

A Brief History of Play Therapy Development
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This well written and concise 5 page paper examines the history of play therapy from the nineteenth century to the present day. The paper is written in chronological order starting with Spencer and includes such therapists as Sigmond Freud, Anna Freud, Hug Hellmouth, Melanie Klein, Carl Rogers, Virginia Axline and many others. The bibliography cites 7 sources.
Filename: TEplayth.wps

A Child’s Emotional Needs and Juvenile Delinquency
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This 18 page report discusses the fact that juvenile delinquency is directly related to a child not having his or her emotional needs met at a very early age. Issues associated with juvenile delinquency are always multi-faceted and present numerous challenges to parents, educators social service agencies, law enforcement, the court systems and, of course, to the actual child. Whether a child is abused, raised in poverty, has physical and/or mental problems, or any number of other difficulties, it is always the child who suffers and the child who should be kept at the forefront of society’s collective consciousness in addressing the problems of juvenile delinquency. Bibliography lists 22 sources.
Filename: BWjuvdlq.rtf


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