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Violence and Video Games
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A 3 page paper which argues that violence in video games is not a problem. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
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Paper Title: Violence and Video Games

Violence in Children
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10 pages. A child who sees a parent or other family member abused is more likely to see violence as a way to solve problems and subsequently be more likely to abuse others. Some children demonstrate a resiliency that protects them from becoming violent or makes them less vulnerable to the effects of violence. This paper shows why prevention programs should start in early childhood and continue throughout adolescence and why they have the best chance for success. Bibliography lists 11 sources.
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Paper Title: Violence in Children

Violence in Media and Child Behavior
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A 4 page research paper that discusses the effect of media violence on children. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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Paper Title: Violence in Media and Child Behavior

Violence in our Schools: The Role of Television
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A 4 page discussion of the problems we are facing in relation to violence. While a number of theories have been proposed to explain the increase in violence, one of the more interesting relates to the impact violence on television has on our nation's children. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
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Paper Title: Violence in our Schools: The Role of Television

Violence in the Media: Its Effect on Children
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15 pages in length. This paper is an excellent research thesis on how violent behavior in children is related to violence in the media. Includes abstract, hypothesis, review of literature, proposed methodology, analysis and conclusion. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
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Paper Title: Violence in the Media: Its Effect on Children

Vygotsky's Leading Activity/Child Development
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A 6 page research paper that explores the child development theory of Lev Vygotsky, which provides a framework for understanding learning and teaching and offers to the early childhood educator fresh perspective and intriguing insight into childhood growth and development (Bodrova and Leong, 1996, p. 6). This examination of Vygotskian theory focuses on Vygotsky's idea of "leading activities," as intrinsic to cognitive development. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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Paper Title: Vygotsky's Leading Activity/Child Development

Vygotsky's Theory of Social Cognitive Development
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This 5 page paper, including a PowerPoint presenting of 7 slides outlines the main points and concepts of Vygotsky's theory of social cognitive development, a theory that is contradictory to the ideas of Piaget. The bibliography cites 4 sources.
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Paper Title: Vygotsky's Theory of Social Cognitive Development

Wendy: Borderline Personality
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8 pages in length. Wendy is a child diagnosed as borderline personality in a case study analysis that continues from infancy through toddler years. This youngster developed interesting symptoms throughout her early years which are discussed and are the subject of our study. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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Paper Title: Wendy: Borderline Personality

When Moms Work
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5 pages. Daycare is not merely a place for parents to dump their children while they are at work all day; rather, it is an environment of inspiration, motivation and understanding. Where else can a toddler come into contact with so many various stimulants of creativity, imagination and maturation than in such a positive environment? Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Paper Title: When Moms Work

Why Kids Kill
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3 pages in length. Begley et al (1999) point out that while some people may be more biologically predisposed to violence, this tendency can be either lessened or amplified by the way in which the child is raised. The presence of such elements as abuse, guns, drugs/alcohol or inadequate parenting - according to the authors - is enough to tip some biologically inclined youth over the edge toward murderous behavior. With chemical imbalance and frontal lobe lesions two of the most applicable aspects of biological predisposition toward excessive violence, the authors point out how these already unstable individuals do not need much in the way of motivation to carry out what other people would never have the wherewithal to do. The inherent lack of emotional sensitivity is the key indicator of mental imbalance, whereby children and/or youth are devoid of the otherwise normal understanding that what they have done - or will do - is wrong. Bibliography lists 1 source.
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Paper Title: Why Kids Kill

Why Working Parents Are Good for Children
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This 5 page paper takes a look at the controversy between working and nonworking mothers. Positive aspects of working are highlighted. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Paper Title: Why Working Parents Are Good for Children

Widening Circles - A Study in Conscious Choice & Fresh Perception in the Classroom
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A 5 page paper that presents the widening effects and fresh perception that one conscious choice in slightly different course content might make on the path to career development. In this particular example, a sociology student and future school social worker chooses to incorporate a particular plan of seemingly inapplicable medical course study into her degree plan with surprising and far-reaching results and eventual effects. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Paper Title: Widening Circles - A Study in Conscious Choice & Fresh Perception in the Classroom

William Glasser
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A paper which consider how the theories of William Glasser are used in counseling adolescents, how these theories were developed, and the various influences both inside and outside psychology which impacted on Glasser’s work. A brief overview of the history of the relevant psychoanalytical models is included, in order to provide a background to Glasser’s own model. Bibliography lists 17 sources
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Paper Title: William Glasser

Working Mothers & The Mother-Child Relationship
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A 7 page research paper describing how the modern family has changed now that so many women are working full-time and not spending entire days with their children. The writer analyzes the effect that this social phenomenon has had on relationships between mothers and children-- arguing that mothers who work all day are not as apt to understand all needs communicated by their children and are consequently, unavoidably neglectful in some areas. Children do, however, often regard their maternal working parent much in the same light that they once did their father -- as a strict disciplinarian. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
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Paper Title: Working Mothers & The Mother-Child Relationship

Workshop For Families - Teaching Organizational Skills To Children
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A 6 page paper that begins by explaining some of the differences between teaching adults and teaching children. The writer then provides an outline for a workshop that teaches parents how to help their children develop organizational skills. Activities are explained, such as having toddlers and preschoolers help sort the clothes. The paper ends with comments about the value of teaching older children to use a planner/organizer. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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Paper Title: Workshop For Families - Teaching Organizational Skills To Children

Young Children And Play: Developing Magical Outdoor Spaces And Healing Gardens
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6 pages in length. The coupling of nature and children is a untainted pairing; watching a child frolic through tall grasses, gently cup a flower to smell it or wrap arms around the girth of a massive redwood tree is to witness an intrinsic relationship of mutual love. However, this innate characteristic must be nurtured in order for it to remain intact as the child grows into adulthood, a task that is easily addressed through the benefit of magical outdoor spaces and healing gardens. For children who, for example, live within the isolation of inner city communities, the opportunity to interact with nature is sometimes nonexistent, a situation where the cultivation of magical outdoor spaces and healing gardens within the school environment provides the much-needed introduction to and hands-on contact with a critical component of healthy social, academic and emotional development. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Paper Title: Young Children And Play: Developing Magical Outdoor Spaces And Healing Gardens

Youth and Negative Influences
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A 2.5 page paper which considers how today’s youth should combat negative moral influences. Bibliography lists 1 source.
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Paper Title: Youth and Negative Influences


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