Types of Aggression in Children

Physical aggression: A physically aggressive person uses weapons or bare hands to harm another person physically. This person may punch another person in the face or cut someone with a knife. Verbal aggression: A verbally aggressive person humiliates other people verbally. Examples: yelling at other people using foul language, name calling, etc.Passive aggression behaviour is … Read more

Child Labor in Myanmar

Across the world, there are children working fifteen hour shifts every day to make only a dollar. They are as young as seven years old, trapped in a system hardly better than slavery. The country of Myanmar is allowing for the abuse of these children’s lives with their child labor laws. No child should be … Read more

Mirror Dynamics Between Alice and Dana

As one may look into a mirror, the reflections that they see may vary. For Dana Franklin in Octavia Butler’s Kindred (1979), she sees her long lost ancestor Alice Greenwood. The story tells the tale of Dana, a young black woman in the 70’s, and her husband Kevin, a young white author, as they travel … Read more

The NAEYC Code of Ethical Conduct

The NAEYC Code of Ethical Conduct was developed to uphold the application of core values, ideals, and principles to assist teachers” decision-making about ethical issues. The Core Values of the NAEYC Code of Ethical Conduct is based on the foundation of the field’s commitment to young children. It is noteworthy that all seven of the … Read more

Analysis of the Differences and Similarities of Max Brooks’ Book, World War Z and the Movie Version

The Similarities and Differences between World War Z and its Film Adaptation The novel and film adaptations of World War Z differ drastically from each other. The two have storylines that only have one common factor between them, which is zombies. The two adaptations have almost no similarities, as those working on the movie took … Read more

Christopher Nolan’s Prestige And The Borden Twins

In The Prestige by Christopher Nolan, two magicians, named Robert Angier and Alfred Borden, have an ongoing feud that was caused by the death of one Angier wife. This then leads to seeing who was able to create the greatest trick, and it seems that Alfred had won that title. He had come up with … Read more

About Child Development Stages

The main stages of child and young person development From birth through to adulthood children continually grow, develop, and learn. A child’s development can be measured through social, emotional, intellectual, physical and language developmental milestones. All children and young people follow a similar pattern of development so the order in which each child advances from … Read more

How Divorve Impacts Negatively on Children

In today’s society divorce has become more popular,than ever before. According to the statistics, in Europe forty percent of the marriages end up with a divorce. ( “Marriage and Divorce Statistics” Statistics Explained ) But what is a divorce? A divorce is a legal action between married people to end their relationship. Divorce is a … Read more

Parent-Adolescent Conflict: Indian Context

Parenting has been defined as activities of parents which aim to help their child grow ahead and move forward (Gafoor & Kurukkan, 2014). It is usually considered to be an exciting and adventurous journey, but perceived to be troublesome and stressful as well, especially during the period of the child’s development stage of adolescence (Gafoor … Read more

Privilages Of Two Healthy Parent Relationships For Children Growing

Father Privilege Experiencing life in a fatherless home can have devastating effects on a person’s future. One of the biggest privileges that a person can be granted is being born into a stable family. In America, fatherless homes are a growing phenomenon which seems to be growing worse by the year. Statistics have revealed that … Read more

Alice Greenwood: an Individual against Environment

Octavia E. Butler’s novel Kindred details the harrowing journey of 26-year-old Dana Franklin. A modern black woman from 1970s Los Angeles, Dana is continuously jerked back through time to the land of her ancestors: early 1800s Maryland. Her task? Save her white ancestor, Rufus Weylin, from death. The risk? If she does not, she may … Read more

Violations of Children’s Rights

“ Children living in war zones are more vulnerable to all kinds of abuses, including being recruited to serve in government forces and opposition armed groups. The use of children in armed conflict is a violation of human rights, a war crime and a worst form of child labour, which by ILO Convention No. 182 … Read more

Warning! These 5 Snacks are Made Out of Petroleum-Based, Cancer-Causing Chemicals!

You child is eating estrogen with out figuring out it from those everyday snacks. Petroleum-based merchandise are classified as xenoestrogens, even the refined varieties.The snack ingredients which are advertised for youngsters could have something from most cancers inflicting artificial coloring to the incredible, petroleum merchandise! ! Petroleum is the equal factor this is used to … Read more

Companionship To Humans

Nowadays, many and many people have a pet, or more than one. Some of them have two legs, some of them have two legs, some of them have four legs, some of them of none at all. As a responsible owner, we need to do our duty as the master. We need to take care … Read more

Review On Babies Documentary Film

For this analysis, I chose the Babies documentary and have decided to focus on Hattie, the baby born in San Francisco. Hattie is in the infancy stage of life and therefore has had little past experience to shape any form of development. However, prenatal conditions are important indirect experiences that could shape early development. If … Read more

Review of Young Macduff’s Role as Illustrated by William Shakespeare in His Play Macbeth

Character Sketch: Young Macduff a.k.a “son” In William Shakespeares “Macbeth”, an epic play about blood, glory and pride, Young Mcduff’s tragic yet heroic lifestory is revealed. His father of course is Macduff, one of Scotland’s most prestigous nobleman, and his mother is Lady Macduff. Macduff was very close to King Duncan and after his untimely … Read more

Protective factors and resilience

The term “protective factors” is defined as conditions or qualities in people, families, communities, or the greater society that, when exhibited, alleviate or disregard risk in families and communities that, when shown, increase the health and well-being of children and families. There are six protective factors that strengthen families and help in the development of … Read more

Christopher Nolan’s Prestige And The Borden Twins

In The Prestige by Christopher Nolan, two magicians, named Robert Angier and Alfred Borden, have an ongoing feud that was caused by the death of one Angier wife. This then leads to seeing who was able to create the greatest trick, and it seems that Alfred had won that title. He had come up with … Read more

Family Bonds ad Bloodlines Conflicts in Kindred

Relationships between brothers and sisters can be complicated; relationships between parents and children can be even more so. Family often varies in definition from one person to the next. For the majority of the population, the idea of a “nuclear family” doesn’t exist. In the novel Kindred, Octavia Butler uses both science fiction and slave … Read more

Relationships, Marriage, and Complexity in The Namesake

Within The Namesake, Lahiri presents the relationship between men and women as heavily shaped by their environment, heritage and socio-economic background. The relationship between the Ratliffs, Maxine’s parents, Gerald and Lydia, is directly juxtaposed against the relationship of Ashoke and Ashima as being more loving and physically affectionate, due to the Western culture they have … Read more

How To Care For The Elderly At Home

Share Grandparents, parents, in-laws or uncles may need our care when they reach a certain age. Although some families choose to take their relatives to specialized care centers or hire someone to assist them, others decide to keep them in the home and give them the attention they deserve. Learn in this article several tips … Read more

What is the Sandwich Generation?

Based on what I learned this semester, I think being a sandwich generationer is the most challenging to Americans and their families. A sandwich generationer is a caregiver to an elderly parent/relative and children or anyone who acts as a dual caregiver whether it parents, grandparents, and children. Sandwich generationers not only have to deal … Read more

How teenage girls help rehome pets

Imagine you are all alone outside in the cold with no food or water, and people passing by and doing nothing. As a result that all changed when teens started to help find homes for abandoned pets. Teen activist, such as Faye Carey, Anya Agarwal, and Sparta High School Students are working hard to combat … Read more

The most dangerous dog breed in the world

Scientists, experts and common dog lovers can’t agree on which dog breed should be considered the most dangerous in the world. However due to frequent attacks on people certain breeds are banned from breeding, keeping and selling. In many countries we took these black lists as the base for our own top 5 of the … Read more

Violations of Children’s Rights

“ Children living in war zones are more vulnerable to all kinds of abuses, including being recruited to serve in government forces and opposition armed groups. The use of children in armed conflict is a violation of human rights, a war crime and a worst form of child labour, which by ILO Convention No. 182 … Read more

Different types of play as an important part of young children’s development

Physical development should be seen as being important part of young children’s development especially for the child’s intellectual development. The Welsh government play policy (2002) defines play as children’s behavior which is freely chosen, personally directed and intrinsically motivated. It is performed for no external goal or reward and helps grow their independence. Types of … Read more

"A dog is a man’s best friend”

That common saying may contain some truths, but dogs are not the only animal friend whose companionship people enjoy. Cats are the choice pet for many people. Despite what dog lovers may believe, cats make excellent house pets. This is because they are good companions, they are civilized members of the household, and they are … Read more

The importance of a father in the home

“Studies show that if your child’s father is affectionate, supportive, and involved, he can contribute greatly to your child’s cognitive, language, and social development, as well as academic achievement, a strong inner core resource, sense of well-being, good self-esteem, and authenticity”, Quoted by Dr. Gail Gross. Today, the father’s role is more than providing for … Read more

Relationships, Marriage, and Complexity in The Namesake

Within The Namesake, Lahiri presents the relationship between men and women as heavily shaped by their environment, heritage and socio-economic background. The relationship between the Ratliffs, Maxine’s parents, Gerald and Lydia, is directly juxtaposed against the relationship of Ashoke and Ashima as being more loving and physically affectionate, due to the Western culture they have … Read more

Why Dogs Are Better Pets That Cats

When you hear the word pets the first few that would fine to mind would be a dog , cat, goldfish or even a rabbit . Some persons may decide to have a not so common pet like a tiger, spider or even an elephant. Pets have become a usual thing in most humans’ lives … Read more

Mirror Dynamics Between Alice and Dana

As one may look into a mirror, the reflections that they see may vary. For Dana Franklin in Octavia Butler’s Kindred (1979), she sees her long lost ancestor Alice Greenwood. The story tells the tale of Dana, a young black woman in the 70’s, and her husband Kevin, a young white author, as they travel … Read more