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A Child Centred Society
Why has it developed?




There is now a minimum age for a wide range of activities from sex to smoking to paid work reinforcing the idea that children are different
from adults and so different rules must be applied to their behaviour.
The introduction of compulsory…

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A Child Centred Society
Why has it developed?




Their welfare is a core principle underpinning agencies e.g. social services, NSPCC, Child line etc
Children's Act of 2004 and `Every Child Matters Policy' (updated 2007) focuses on well-being of young people from birth to 19. It states
that all young people…

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