Social Factors that affect Development

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What can being part of a family to help you develop?
forming relationships, providing experiences of social interaction, teaching expected behaviours in social settings, providing a setting that meets your physical needs- shelter, food, warmth, supporting each other, helping each other financially
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What is family dysfunction?
When some families are unable to conform to the social norms expected, which prevents the family from performing its expected functions
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Examples of family dysfunction?
Display negativity towards each other, abuse may occur, sibling rivalry, use of coercion and blame
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What are some reasons for family dysfunction?
Parents perpetuate their own dysfunctional upbringing, untreated mental illness in one or more family members, alcohol/drug abuse by one or more family members
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What is the impact of being part of a dysfunctional family?
Members may have a negative self-image and a low self-esteem and have difficulty forming friendships and relationships
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What are the possible effects on a child from parental divorce or separation?
Loneliness, isolation, guilt-blaming themselves, health problems, lack of focus at school, mental health problems, psychological problems, increased likelihood of drug/alcohol abuse
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What are Baumind's different parental styles?
Authoritative, Authoritarian, Permissive, Disengaged/uninvolved
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What is authoritarian?
Parents assert their authority, children are controlled so may have poor social skills and a low self-esteem
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What is Permissive?
Parents are indulgent, they do not attempt to control behaviour, children may be self-confident, impulsive and have difficulty building friendships
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What is authoritative?
Children are accepted for who they are, there is mutual love and respect, children are often self-controlled, confident with a high self-esteem
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What is disengaged/uninvolved?
Parents neglect their children and show a lack of interest, there is a poor attachment, children may have a low self-esteem, low confidence and may hide their emotions
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Who does bullying have negative effects on?
The bully, the victim and any onlookers
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What are the 4 forms of bullying?
Verbal, physical, emotional and cyber bullying
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What does verbal bullying involve?
Shouting, nasty comments, spreading rumours
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What does emotional bullying involve?
Manipulation, blackmail, ignored/isolation
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What does physical bullying involve?
Hitting, kicking and punching
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What is cyber-bullying?
Online, comments, revenge ****, fake profile
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What are the short term effects of bullying?
Stress, anxiety, inability to cope with life events, poor self-image/esteem, eating disorders, withdrawal from school work and activities
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What are the long term effects of bullying?
Difficulties in forming relationships, poor academic achievement, substance abuse, self-harm and increased risk of suicide
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