1 edition of Children at Risk (Visions of Literacy Video Series) found in the catalog.
Children at Risk (Visions of Literacy Video Series)
April 1, 1994
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||30|
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Children at Risk Paperback – December 1, by James C. Dobson (Author), Gary Lee Bauer (Author) out of 5 stars 3 ratings. See all 8 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Audible Audiobook, Unabridged "Please retry" Cited by: 3.
High Risk offers sobering case histories an invaluable suggestions for raising healthy children and protecting ourselves from the “trust bandits” who would steal our love, our money—our very lives. In High Risk you will learn how to: • Recognize character-disturbed children and adults • Prevent the development of antisocial behaviorCited by: This was decent, very informative book.
Though it was written ina lot of the things written about are still putting children at risk today like drugs, sex, political policies, and a failing education system. I really enjoyed the chapter on motherhood. I recommend this to anyone who wants to become a /5.
Vision for Children at Risk, Saint Louis. likes. Creating a better future for children, where geography does not determine their future.5/5(2). This selection of books relates to responsible risk-taking and developing confidence in children.
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CHILDREN AT RISK tracked approximat students from the school year to the school year. Delineating those characteristics that differ entiate high- from low-risk families and children is one of the obvious priorities for researchers and clinicians in the Children at Risk book.
This book, there fore, carefully considers the status of research on risk factors of abuse and neglect in children.5/5(1). Just as the decline in children’s freedom to embrace risk has been continuous and gradual, so has the rise in children’s psychopathology. The story is both ironic and tragic.
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Books specifically for children existed at least several hundred years ago. Risk is an essential component of a balanced childhood. Exposure to healthy risk, particularly physical, enables children to experience fear, and learn the Author: Kate Blincoe. This study examined the effects of an intensive shared book-reading intervention on the vocabulary development of preschool children who were at risk for vocabulary delay.
The participants were children, who the researchers stratified by classroom and randomly assigned to one of two shared book-reading conditions (i.e., the experimental, Words of Oral Reading and Language Development Cited by: This book examines how child protection law has been shaped by the transition to late modernity and how it copes with the ever-changing concept of risk.
The book traces the evolution of the contemporary child protection system through historical changes, assessing the factors that have influenced the development of legal responses to abuse over. uses of the internet and children and online risk. The book’s exhaustive coverage provides plenty of evidence and evidence-based recommendations in the most pressing areas of attention.
Each of the sections is illustrated with case studies and provides an overview of the region as well, something which has been lacking in previous studies. What disappointed you about Children at Risk.
James Dobson is a judgmental and obnoxious person. I wish I had never purchased this title. Would you ever listen to anything by James Dobson again. Not likely. How did the narrator detract from the book. Honestly, it had nothing to. High Risk offers sobering case histories an invaluable suggestions for raising healthy children and protecting ourselves from the “trust bandits” who would steal our love, our money—our very lives.
In High Risk you will learn how to: • Recognize character-disturbed children and adults • Prevent the development of antisocial behavior5/5(1). Kids learn to love living on the edge. This article is more than 10 years old. A risk-embracing children's book initially rejected by US publishers is poised to be a UK bestseller.
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According to the National Child Traumatic Stress Network, a growing body of research has established that children as young as infancy may be affected by events that threaten their safety or the safety of.