THE CHILDRENS BILL OF EMOTIONAL RIGHTS A GUIDE TO THE NEEDS OF CHILDREN

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The Children S Bill Of Emotional Rights

Author : Eileen Johnson
ISBN : 9780765708502
Genre : Psychology
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The book is a summary of the emotional rights of children. It outlines the rights of children, explains how they can be upheld by teachers, parents, and others who care for children, and gives examples of emotional education in practice. (The book is an antidote to the Tiger Mother school of thought.)
Category: Psychology

Identifying Emotional And Psychological Abuse

Author : Kieran O'Hagan
ISBN : 0335215467
Genre : Education
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'Researching Criminology' emphasises the importance of research as an integrated process of inquiry and looks at the ways in which a mixture of investigative methods are brought to bear on a criminological question.
Category: Education

Emotional Lives Of Animals And Children

Author : William Crain
ISBN : 9781618520838
Genre : Nature
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In 2008, Bill Crain, a professor of psychology at The City College of New York, and his wife Ellen, a pediatrician, opened Safe Haven Farm Sanctuary in Poughquag, New York. The sanctuary provides a permanent home to over 70 animals rescued from slaughter and abusive situations, including goats, sheep, chickens, turkeys, ducks, partridges, and a mini-horse. It also has afforded Bill a tremendous opportunity to observe animals in all manner of emotional states and how their behavior casts light on the emotions of human children. In The Emotional Lives of Animals and Children, Crain honors the work of John Bowlby a psychoanalyst who began his major writings in the 1950s. Bowlby drew on biologists’ observations of animals to provide a compelling account of children’s attachment to their caretakers. “Today, the study of attachment is extremely popular,” Crain writes, but “one would hardly know that the initial inspiration came from observations of non-human animals. Moreover, there has been little effort to extend Bowlby’s work – to see how the study of animals illuminates other aspects of child development.” Crain suggests that the reluctance to follow Bowlby’s lead reflects the Western worldview that considers humans as different from and superior to other species. To think about children in the same category as animals seems to demean children. But Crain discovered that the farm animals’ emotional behaviors can help us understand those of human children. The Emotional Lives of Animals and Children is divided into two parts. Part one discusses six emotional behaviors that are shared by animals and children: fear, play, freedom, care, spirituality, and resilience. Part two addresses the broader social theme of our Western culture’s disparagement of animals. Initially, children do not set themselves apart from nature, but experience it with an instinctive empathy. However, they are eventually taught by our society to detach themselves and to devalue animals. Crain writes, “As people attempt to move beyond society’s dominant views of animals, they can also draw on a neglected idea that goes back to ancient times. This is the view that there is a special wisdom in the child’s ways of knowing. This view is found in the ancient Chinese Taoist statement, ‘wise souls are children.’” About Safe Haven Farm Sanctuary Safe Haven Farm Sanctuary is located in Poughquag, New York, about an hour and a half outside of New York City. Its focus is on the rescue of abused and neglected farm animals. In doing so, it hopes to raise awareness of the plight of animals raised for food and the benefits of a vegan diet for animals, human health, and the environment. Wherever possible, the sanctuary tries to implement environmentally sound practices such as solar heating and the use of reclaimed wood.
Category: Nature

Mom S House Dad S House

Author : Isolina Ricci
ISBN : 9780684830780
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Offers guidance in making the two-home approach successful
Category: Family & Relationships

Children And Transitional Justice

Author : Sharanjeet Parmar
ISBN : 0979639549
Genre : Law
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Children are increasingly a focus of international and national courts and truth commissions. Their participation, including through testimony that bears witness to their experiences, demonstrates their critical role in truth, justice, and reconciliation processes. If children are to engage, however, their rights must be respected. This book includes analysis of the recent involvement of children in transitional justice processes in Liberia, Peru, Sierra Leone, and South Africa. It also explores key areas of current debates among legal scholars and child rights advocates, such as international criminal responsibility, traditional and restorative justice, reparations, psychosocial support for child witnesses, and links between education and reconciliation. The book emphasizes how children must be engaged during post-conflict transition. If children are excluded, they may become vulnerable to a continuing cycle of violence, affecting future generations. In contrast, through active involvement in transitions, children and adolescents can be the catalysts for justice, reconciliation, and peace-building within their own families and communities.
Category: Law

The National Children S Directory

Author : Urban Information Interpreters
ISBN : STANFORD:36105043688212
Genre : Political Science
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Category: Political Science

The Self Driven Child

Author : William Stixrud
ISBN : 9780735222519
Genre : Education
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A clinical psychologist and a test-prep expert combine cutting-edge brain science with insights from their work with families to outline a case for giving children more freedom to unleash their full potential.
Category: Education

Chicago Guide

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ISBN : UOM:39015053685619
Genre : Chicago (Ill.)
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Category: Chicago (Ill.)