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Childhood / Theories of Moral Development / Literature Review
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A 12 page comprehensive review of journal articles related to theories of moral development in children. The writer reviews different works from experts in the field of child development. Bibliography lists 25 sources.
Filename: Devmoral.wps

Childhood / Theories Of Moral Development / Literature Review # 2
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A 12 page review of current literature that supports Kohlberg, Carol Gilligan and Piaget's theories relative to moral development. The writer divides the information into categories that have an impact on development, from gender specificity to socio-economic influences. Current journal articles are used to support the writer's theory that there are many influences on moral development and that this development takes place within a culture, a society, and a family structure that influences development. Bibliography lists approximately 25 sources.
Filename: Devmora2.wps

Childhood Behavior
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A 7 page research paper that gives a summation on the current research regarding the influences of environment and genetics on the development of childhood behavior. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: 99chbeh.wps

Childhood Prejudice / An Aspect of Socio-Moral Development
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A 12 page research paper on the development of childhood prejudice. The writer looks at the formation of racial preferences, stereotyping, and supports all ideas with existing research studies from journal articles. The point is made that classroom settings are of particular importance to this area of research and consequently, appropriate educational suggestions are made for reducing the development and continuation of the destructive "hate cycle." Bibliography lists approximately 20 sources.
Filename: Prejchil.wps

Children and Death
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A 5 page paper which addresses various aspects of death that involve children. This is done with the help of the book “Death, Mourning, and Caring” by Robert Marrone. The issues addressed are the perceptions children have in regards to death, how they see death in association with parents, siblings, and pets, teenage suicide, how adults perceive the death of a child, and different phrases and phases that relate to the subject at hand. No additional sources cited.
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Children and Divorce: The Advantages of Group Therapy
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A 9 page overview of the many impacts divorces inflicts on children. Emphasizes that group therapy can go a long way toward resolving these impacts and in optimizing child welfare. Concludes, however, that group therapy, however, is just as dependent on outside factors as is any other type of behavioral therapy. The variation in effectiveness is largely dependent on a number of factors such as the degree of conflict which exists prior to and after the divorce, the custody arrangements, the degree to which the estranged parent stays involved with the children, and the age a child is when divorce occurs. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
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Children and Divorce: The Advantages of Group Therapy
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A 14 page discussion of the benefits of group therapy in dealing with children of divorced families. Emphasizes the need for well-trained and experienced group therapists in dealing with these sometimes complex situations. In addition to the qualifications of the therapist, however, a number of outside factors such as family cooperation and structure can have a tremendous impact on the effectiveness of group therapy in divorce. Bibliography lists 12 sources.
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Children And Self-Esteem
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8 pages in length. There are a number of variables that are pertinent to an individual's sense of self-esteem. Attaining a healthy self-perception is arguably one of the most difficult and ongoing of life tasks, in that it depends not only on intrinsic sources but also external environmental stimulation. From parental methods to school to social interaction, the extent to which children from infancy through late childhood develop self-esteem encompasses several elements. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: TLCestem.wps


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