Unit 1- Exam Questions And Answers.

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Fall In Income Due To Redundancy Affect Developmen

  • Less food overall therefore this could cause a loss of weight.
  • Has to buy cheaper food which is high in salt,fat and sugar. Therfore, leads to risk of heart disease/diabetes/ill health and obesity.
  • Does not do out leading to a loss of social development and may become anti- social.
  • Money worries, fear of getting into debt and feeling anxious/stressed.
  • Less luxuries because you can not afford it. Therefore you will feel unhappy.
  • Level of activities fall which may affect health and exercise.
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How Redundancy Has An Effect On An Individual.

  • Loss of routine, therefore, they might feel confused.
  • Feels unwanted because they were made to lose the job. Therefore they can feel a loss of self- esteem.
  • Loss of work friends which might lead to lonliness.
  • Loss of activity may affect health.

However, you will have more spre time, so you can acquire new skills/hobbies.

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Studying Impacts Intellectual Development.

  • Problem solve/ ability to analyse and evaluate situations.
  • Strech their abilitites.
  • Achievement will build confidence and communication skills.
  • Improve Self- esteem.
  • Improve Self- image.
  • Gain better qualifications and better opportunities for better pay.
  • Develop a positive self- concept.
  • Learn new techniques/skills and expand knowlege base.
  • Can be Mentally tiring.
  • Acheive career goals, better paid job.
  • New skills learnt will benefit service users.
  • Plan ahead becomes more insightful.
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How Travelling Affects Development.

  • Open to new experiences therefore, they become interesting to talk to- knowledge base is vast.
  • Meet lots of new people- social network is wide.
  • Experience new foods- not limited in their food choices.
  • Experience new cultures- expands their knowledge and understanding.
  • Their attitudes change as they interact with other people and become more tolerant/ develop different relationships
  • They can teach others about different cultures.
  • Become more tolerant of other people and can speak out against injustice.
  • Feel privileged and increase self-esteem/ self-image and self-concept/confidence.
  • Perceive things differently.
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How Stress Can Affect Development?

  • Heart rate and blood pressure increased. Physical health damaged if long term.
  • Feels irritated/ angry and leads to poor emotional health.
  • Difficulty sleeping and leads to poor mental and physical health.
  • cannot concentrate and leaves tasks unfinished/ memory decreases.
  • Appetite/digestion impaired and leads to loss of weight.
  • Feels unhappy and may lead to depression.
  • May smoke/drink more alcohol and cause breathing/liver problems.
  • Communication problems: grumpy/unpleasent. People may leave them alone and become anti-social.
  • Unrelieved stress with older people may lead to mental health issues.
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Lost A Lifelong Partner.

  • Feel sad/unhappy.
  • Feel depressed.
  • Overwhelming sadness, with lots of crying/grieving/tearful.
  • Tiredness or exhaustion.
  • Anger, for example towards the person who died, their illnes or God.
  • Guilt, for example feeling angry about something you said or did not say, or about not being able to stop your loved one dying. 
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Attending The Day Centre

  • Develop new skills/ greater knowledge.
  • Develop gross and fine motor skills.
  • Make new friends.
  • Communication skills develop.
  • Learn how to co-operate and work as a team.
  • Language skills develop.
  • Self-concept/self-image/self-esteem develops.
  • Become more motivated.
  • Good preparation for school.
  • Concept of authority figures is learned.
  • More independent.
  • Socialisation
  • Rules and Boundaries.
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Effects Of Having Lack Of Money.

  • Cannot afford to buy basic food.
  • Isolation
  • Depression
  • Arguments over money with others.
  • Stressed
  • If in a relationship: grow apart and break up.
  • Cannot see friends/social life is affected.
  • Cannot pay rent.
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Not Attending College/School.

  • They will fail their course/subject.
  • Get behind in coursework.
  • They will not develop the skills/ knowledge they require.
  • They will stagnate.
  • They cannot develop further.
  • Cannot develop skills needed for later in life.
  • May struggle in the future.
  • Lack of earning potential.
  • Could affect future happiness.
  • Job prospectus are lowered.
  • Greater risk of unemployment.
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Intimate Relationships During Adolescence.

  • Confirm sexual orientation.
  • Need to be aware of contraception/protection
  • Feel wanted and accepted.
  • Feel loved and valued.
  • Reliance and support.
  • Impact on self-image/self-esteem/self-concept.
  • Work out their emotions.
  • Sexuality is explored.
  • New range of feelings which have to be explored.
  • May have to handle rejection if breaks up.
  • Will experience mood swings and fustrations.
  • Trust is a big issue/someone to confide in.
  • Could be distracted and lack of focus. 
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Making New Friends.

  • Will feel support- formally and informally.
  • Will be more motivated.
  • Less Isolated.
  • Can share their problems with others.
  • Self-image will be more positive.
  • Self-esteem and self-worth will improve.
  • Self-concept and confidence levels will improve.
  • Will have hope for a brighter future.
  • Generally be happier.
  • Will have more pride in their self.
  • Will feel more valued/loved and increase self worth.
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How The Death Of A Parent Can Affect Development.

  • May not eat.
  • Shock
  • May not sleep.
  • Lose weight.
  • Put on weight
  • Anti-social behaviour.
  • Smoking
  • Isolates oneself
  • Lose Contact
  • Make new friends.
  • Mental health problems- lack of concentration, struggles with school work
  • Depression/stress
  • Lack of motivation
  • Learns to adapt/ more independent.
  • Learns to cope.
  • Loss of role model
  • Financial impact
  • Loss of a bond/attachment
  • Loss of security
  • Addiction/deviant behaviours.
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Positively Influenced By Peer Pressure.

  • Greater confidence
  • Happier
  • Stronger
  • Bond with friends
  • Accepted
  • Belong
  • More independent
  • Motivated and encouraged.
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Negatively Influenced By Peer Pressure

  • Lack of confidence
  • Unhappy
  • Lack of trust.
  • Loner
  • Difficulty in making friends
  • Unaccepted
  • Excluded
  • De-motivated/drops out.
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