Lets Understand The Complex Nature Of Teens

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Let S Understand The Complex Nature Of Teens

Author : Sushma Tripathi
ISBN : 1074639294
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As being a teacher, mother I observe many parents they worried about their teenager kids and even teenagers are also confused in their this stage of life.so I decided to write a book on it after doing some research and lots of observation.so here we are going to try to understand teenagers behavior their needs and guide them accordingly.Let's try to know the complex nature of teens. Let's see how teenagers perceives, think and gains understanding of his/her world through the interaction of genetic and learned factors. Adolescence is a phase of transition from childhood to adulthood. Adolescence may be defined as the period of a person's biological, cognitive, psychological & social development from child to an adult. This phase is full of dramatic challenges, & teens requires adjustment to changes in the self, in the family and in the peer group.For both parents and teens this phase is a time of excitement and of anxiety; of happiness and of troubles; of discovery and of confusion; and of break with the past and link with the future. Adolescence may be confusing time for the teens experiencing this phase of life & for the parents who are nurturing teens. Adolescence develop a unique and Distinct from them parents . Yes, they love their parents they don't simply want to follow their footsteps. During adolescence, parents should play highly supportive role.Here we will discuss about physical as well as cognitive development, psychological development and social development of teens self-concept and self-esteem in teens, sign of negative self-concept in teens and how to deal with the challenges and issues in adolescence development that is tips for improving parent-teen relationship.Hope parents and children get benefit from this book.By Mrs. Sushma Tripathi

The Changing Portrayal Of Adolescents In The Media Since 1950

Author : Patrick Jamieson
ISBN : 9780190451103
Genre : Psychology
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Adolescents are eager consumers of mass media entertainment and are particularly susceptible to various forms of media influence, such as modeling, desensitization, and contagion. These once controversial phenomena are now widely accepted along with the recognition that th media are a major socializer of youth During the economic boom of the post-World War II era, marketers and advertisers identified adolescents as a major audience, which led to the emergence of a pervasive youth culture. Enormous changes ensued in the media's portrayal of adolescents and the behaviors they emulate. These changes were spurred by increased availability and consumption of television, which joined radio, film, and magazines as major influence on youth. Later, the rapid growth of the video game industry and the internet contributed to the encompassing presence of the media. Today, opportunities for youthful expression about to the point where adolescents can easily create and disseminate content with little control by traditional media gatekeepers. In The Changing Portrayals of Adolescents in the Media since 1950, leading scholars analyze the emergence of youth culture in music and powerful trends in gender and ethnic-racial representation, sexuality, substance use, violence, and suicide portrayed in the media. This book illuminates the evolution of teen portrayal, the potential consequences of these changes, and the ways policy-makers and parents can respond.
Category: Psychology

Teaching Climate Change To Adolescents

Author : Richard Beach
ISBN : 9781351995962
Genre : Education
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Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- 1 Why Teach about Climate Change in English Language Arts? -- 2 Getting Started in Teaching about Climate Change -- 3 Creating a Climate Change Curriculum -- 4 Literature and the Cli-Fi Imagination -- 5 Writing about Climate Change -- 6 Critical Media/Digital Analyses of Climate Change -- 7 Using Drama and Gaming to Address Climate Change -- 8 Interdisciplinary Teaching about Climate Change -- 9 Acting in the Present: Changing the Future -- Index
Category: Education

Child And Adolescent Development An Integrated Approach

Author : David F. Bjorklund
ISBN : 9780495095637
Genre : Psychology
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Organized topically to realistically present the three overarching perspectives that guide today's researchers and practitioners of developmental psychology, David Bjorklund and Carlos Hernández Blasi's CHILD AND ADOLESCENT DEVELOPMENT: AN INTEGRATED APPROACH provides not only a truly ground-breaking integrated approach but also the most practical and up-to-date introduction to this vital subject. The authors emphasize applied issues and consistently show how the major perspectives on human development must be integrated -rather than presented as contrasting and sometimes contradictory ways of looking at development -in order to meaningfully understand infants, children, and adolescents as well as how they develop. High-interest boxes including the Biopsychology of Childhood, Evolution in Action, and Socioculturally Speaking appear in rotation throughout the chapters to add both depth and dimension to the presentation of the text's comprehensive core content and featured perspectives. A rich set of pedagogical resources in the text itself and throughout its dynamic suite of online and print supplements helps to ensure that this text engages, enlightens, and challenges students in unique ways. Take a look and see why pre-publication reviewers and class-testers have been raving about the exciting teaching and learning possibilities this new text offers. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
Category: Psychology

How To Grow And Master Your Relationships

Author : Anthony Servadio
ISBN : 9781480818293
Genre : Family & Relationships
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It is no secret that attempting to understand the differences between men and women, especially during modern dating rituals, can be a complex and frustrating process. But when a man is able to overcome stereotypes and identify the right female companion, he has the potential to forge a loving relationship that can bring years of happiness, fun, romance, and deep-seeded friendship. In his relationship handbook, Anthony Servadio introduces thirteen fundamental principles that will help young men master their interpersonal relationships with women by learning how to appreciate the nature of women, fully comprehending their behavioral characteristics, and then building a relationship based on love and trust. Servadio utilizes extensive research and real-life examples to teach single men specifically how to: - Develop self-awareness and repair a bruised ego - Navigate through the first date and beyond - Identify nurturing women seeking committed relationships - Avoid different types of traps - End an unhealthy relationship with dignity How to Grow and Master Your Relationships: Thirteen Steps for Men is a practical guide that offers advice, tips, and empowerment strategies that will help men successfully navigate the evolving world of dating and find the woman of their dreams.
Category: Family & Relationships

Let S Talk

Author : Nikki Goldman
ISBN : 9781469121710
Genre : Psychology
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Let's Talk... If you're a teen and you're alive....then you've got problems! If you're a parent and you have a teen....then you've got problems! What if you had your own personal guide to help you through...Someone to whisper directly in your ear and give you the solution for your particular dilemma? Dr. Nikki Goldman Ph.D. spent years listening to parents and teens. They wrote to her, called her and spent time with her in her office. They asked her for solutions to their problems. They questioned her about the very personal: Sex, Pregnancy and Romance, Drugs and Addiction to the worldly such as Money and Work and Internet Dangers. They wanted to know about Loss, Emotions and Fear. These are their conversations.
Category: Psychology

Starting Points

Author : Jill Hudson
ISBN : 1934575089
Genre : Education
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Starting from the premise that no two individuals with Asperger Syndrome are the same, Hudson and Myles provide a global perspective of how the core characteristics of AS may appear separately and/or simultaneously, and how they may manifest themselves in a variety of situations. Each characteristic is then paired with a brief explanation, followed by a series of bulleted interventions. Interventions include strategies and visual supports that help children on the spectrum who have difficulty with abstract concepts and thoughts, difficulty understanding and regulating emotions, difficulty recognizing, interpreting, and empathizing with the emotions of others and much more.
Category: Education

Let S Get Serious About Teaching Children To Write

Author : Jerral R. Hicks
ISBN : UOM:39015032305339
Genre : Education
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Of the four modes of communication, writing is the slowest to develop and the most difficult to perform. In his book, Jerral R. Hicks provides a unique perspective on the current status of writing instruction in public schools. He examines the unacceptable statistics which indicate the failure of the educational system to nurture any writing skills at the elementary level. He discusses the sources of the problem, such as poorly trained teachers and limited resources, and proceeds with the delineation of a program intended to develop a more positive and productive instructional writing agenda in public schools. He includes a variety of effective learning activities, including checklists and outlines. The emphasis of this book is upon the potential excellence of the system and how to go about achieving it. Contents: Putting Writing in Perspective; The Nature of Writing; Defining Program Effectiveness; Developing the Writing Program; Stimulating Children to Write; A Writing Curriculum; Appendix.
Category: Education

Let S Know Handicrafts Of India

Author : Amar Tyagi
ISBN : 1905863187
Genre : Decorative arts
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Brief details about handicrafts of India.
Category: Decorative arts

Identity In Adolescence

Author : Jane Kroger
ISBN : 0415281075
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Fully updated to include the most recent research and theoretical developments in the field, the third edition of Identity in Adolescence examines the two way interaction of individual and social context in the process of identity formation. Setting the developmental tradition in context, Jane Kroger begins by providing a brief overview of the theoretical approaches to adolescent identity formation currently in use. This is followed by a discussion of five developmental models which reflect a range of attempts from the oldest to among the most recent efforts to describe this process and include the work of Erik Erikson, Peter Blos, Lawrence Kohlberg, Jane Loevinger, and Robert Kegan. Although focussing on each theorist in turn, this volume also goes on to compare and integrate the varied theoretical models and research findings and sets out some of the practical implications for social response to adolescents. Different social and cultural conditions and their effect on the identity formation process are also covered as are contemporary contextual, narrative, and postmodern approaches to understanding and researching identity issues. The book is ideal reading for students of adolescence, identity and developmental psychology.


Author : Daniel J. Siegel MD
ISBN : 9781101631522
Genre : Family & Relationships
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In this New York Times–bestselling book, Dr. Daniel Siegel shows parents how to turn one of the most challenging developmental periods in their children’s lives into one of the most rewarding. Between the ages of twelve and twenty-four, the brain changes in important and, at times, challenging ways. In Brainstorm, Dr. Daniel Siegel busts a number of commonly held myths about adolescence—for example, that it is merely a stage of “immaturity” filled with often “crazy” behavior. According to Siegel, during adolescence we learn vital skills, such as how to leave home and enter the larger world, connect deeply with others, and safely experiment and take risks. Drawing on important new research in the field of interpersonal neurobiology, Siegel explores exciting ways in which understanding how the brain functions can improve the lives of adolescents, making their relationships more fulfilling and less lonely and distressing on both sides of the generational divide.
Category: Family & Relationships


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ISBN : STANFORD:36105114628642
Genre : Periodicals
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Category: Periodicals

A Migrant From Morocco

Author : Belhaouari Abdelilah
ISBN : 9781465302533
Genre : Drama
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Arab world, third world, backward societies, under-developed countries, unchanging realities: a political status quo whose legitimacy few of us could question until very recently when the riots of “the Arab spring” broke out and took the world unawares. A migrant from Morocco describes where unrest takes root and what soil renders the growing of freedom inevitable. Hady Hayat, the major character of this novel, begins his struggle in Morocco, his native land, and when he fails, he turns to Europe but finds little to pin hopes upon.
Category: Drama

Born Believers

Author : Justin L. Barrett
ISBN : 9781439196571
Genre : Religion
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Infants have a lot to make sense of in the world: Why does the sun shine and night fall; why do some objects move in response to words, while others won’t budge; who is it that looks over them and cares for them? How the developing brain grapples with these and other questions leads children, across cultures, to naturally develop a belief in a divine power of remarkably consistent traits––a god that is a powerful creator, knowing, immortal, and good—explains noted developmental psychologist and anthropologist Justin L. Barrett in this enlightening and provocative book. In short, we are all born believers. Belief begins in the brain. Under the sway of powerful internal and external influences, children understand their environments by imagining at least one creative and intelligent agent, a grand creator and controller that brings order and purpose to the world. Further, these beliefs in unseen super beings help organize children’s intuitions about morality and surprising life events, making life meaningful. Summarizing scientific experiments conducted with children across the globe, Professor Barrett illustrates the ways human beings have come to develop complex belief systems about God’s omniscience, the afterlife, and the immortality of deities. He shows how the science of childhood religiosity reveals, across humanity, a “natural religion,” the organization of those beliefs that humans gravitate to organically, and how it underlies all of the world’s major religions, uniting them under one common source. For believers and nonbelievers alike, Barrett offers a compelling argument for the human instinct for religion, as he guides all parents in how to effectively encourage children in developing a healthy constellation of beliefs about the world around them.
Category: Religion

Trust Your Radar

Author : C. B. Brooks, M.D.
ISBN : 9781468094596
Genre : Self-Help
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Avoid Life’s Major Sand Traps! Updated version 2016. An incredible range of life lessons sprinkled with funny, memorable, and moving stories. Practical, workable solutions from a totally unique, straightforward approach. Distills everything young people need into one concise, fun to read format. Parents: You want your kids to know these things! Book Benefits Show young people, in a clear and non-preaching way, how to avoid the major sand traps of life that snag every generation. Keeps readers entertained with fun and engaging stories from the author's careers as a surgeon, firefighter, police officer, scuba divemaster, golfer, amateur comedian, and more. Target audience Ages 14 to 40 and concerned parents. This book lets you: Identify your Radar – It’s your brain functioning optimally; not a vague intuition or sixth sense. Train your Radar – Stock your memory bank with key information on crime avoidance, healthy weight, tattoos, getting organized, respectful relationships, going to college or work. Cut through fake complexity with clear thinking on evaluating people, investments, credit cards. Learn the most dangerous toxic personality types and avoid them like the plague. Meet the Radar Jammers – They have the power to turn down or turn off our clear thinking brain Radars. Some are well known: alcohol and drugs, peer pressure, infatuation, anger. Others are surprising: showing off, fake complexity, unthinking religions, the need for speed, and even fast food! Most sand traps of life have a Radar Jammer or two waving people in. Learn specific techniques to deal with them all.
Category: Self-Help

The Ywca Magazine

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ISBN : MINN:31951002276048J
Genre : Women
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Category: Women