Attachments and relationships in childhood

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1. Steward 1983 cited in Smith, Cowie and Blades 2011 states that?

  • Friendships enable children to develop essential skills in communication and interaction which they will use in adult life.
  • Children from supportive backgrounds are more likely to achieve high levels of wellbeing in adult life.
  • Older siblings can act as attachment figures.
  • Older siblings can act in a way which is hostile damaging the self-esteem of the younger sibling.
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2. What are the types of interaction play identified by Parten in 1932 and cited in Smith, Cowie and Blades?

  • Shy, Confident and Easy going.
  • Unoccupied, onlooker, solitary, parallel, associative and co-operative.
  • Imitating, Creative and Practical.
  • Communicative, Tactile and Friendly.

3. Brown 2004 in Coleman 2011 differentiates between?

  • Sibling rivalry and sibling affection
  • Crowds and Cliques
  • Friendships and Acquaintances
  • Rejection and isolation

4. Golombok and Fivush cited in Coleman and Hendy 1999 discuss that?

  • There are no set friendship circles for boys and girls.
  • Boys and Girls often enjoy playing together in early childhood.
  • Girls often have a best friend which they talk and share small secrets with whilst boys typically have no single best friend and play in groups.
  • Girls often have no single best friend and play in groups whilst boys typically have a best friend which they talk and share small secrets with.

5. Smith, Cowie and Blades, 2011 identify 4 different levels of social status what are they?

  • Intellectual, Practical, Verbal and Academic.
  • Easy, Slow to warm up, Difficult and Impossible.
  • Popular, Controversial, Rejected (split into two sections submissive and aggressive and Neglected.
  • Popular, Unpopular, Academic and Aggressive.

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