• Elementary School Teachers’ Attitude Towards Inclusive Education in Kerala
    classrooms. • To study the difference between trained (special education) and untrained teachers’ attitude towards the inclusion of special needs and children in general education classrooms. • To study the difference between the attitude of teacher with less than 10 years of teaching...
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  • Mobile Apps Market in US to September 2013
    Age, June 2013 figure 38: Incidence Of Downloading A Paid Or Free App Or Deleting An App For Children’s Entertainment, June 2013 men More Likely To Seek Apps That Help Find Live And Tv Entertainment figure 39: Attitudes Toward Mobile App Usage For Finding Live Entertainment And Tv Related...
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  • Children and Prejudice
    Kosslyn and Rosenberg (2004) prejudice is “an attitude (generally negative) toward members of a group” (p. G-7). In the course of research on the prejudice of children, there has been debate over the “relative role of cognition versus environmental-learning factors…” (Gutman & Hickson, 1996, p.448...
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  • The Ethics of Food Advertising Targeted Toward Children: Parental Viewpoint
    apparent gap by examining parents’ ethical views of food advertising targeted at children. In doing so, it also examines the potential impact of parents’ attitudes toward food advertising and toward the use of nutrition information on their ethical judgments and behavioral intentions. Marketing...
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  • Article Review on Ideational Influences on the Transition to Parenthood: Attitudes Toward Childbearing and Competing Alternatives
    children, the belief that children cause little worry and strain to their parents, and preferences for large families, lead to earlier childbearing among both and women. In addition, positive attitudes toward careers and luxury goods reduce rates of pre-marital childbearing. The impact of these attitudes...
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  • Marriage Attitudes
    childrensattitudes toward marriage display that marriage is less favorable by the children of divorced families in compared to intact families children (A. Paul, 1991). On the other hand, there are some studies indicated that women who are raised in intact families have more positive attitudes...
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  • How Parental Attitude Affects the Academic Performance of the Students.
    school performance. In this study, the researcher will analyze the relationship between the parental factors and pupils’ academic performance. Parental factors include the parents’ attitude toward children. Pupils’ academic performances are their grade point average. STATEMENT OF...
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  • Safasdf
    Children who are 11 or older see the advertisement in order to form an attitude toward the advertised product. They also have strength to make comparison with various alternatives, which is considered important for forming consistent attitude.(Kobasigawa 1977; Wartella et al.1979) Another Study...
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  • Latest Research On Back-to-School Shopping - US - January 2014
    Stores For Bts Shopping figure 10: Influential Factors In Bts Shopping, By Gender And Age, November 2013 millennial Dads Stress The Importance For Children Having The “right” School Supplies/electronics, And Desire For Fashionable Kids figure 11: Attitudes Toward School Supplies...
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  • Article Critique Education
    Principals' Attitudes Towards Inclusion and the Effects For students with special needs and parents of children with disabilities, having a principal who supports inclusion is beneficial when it comes to receiving quality services for special needs children. According to a survey of 408...
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  • Synopsis of How Childrens Attitudes Are Affected by Gender Related Advertising
    children between the ages of eight and nine years old. The study itself examines if the children’s attitudes toward the ad’s and brands are influenced by the child’s own gender flexibility. In this research, gender flexibility is defined as “the degree to which and individual is open-minded about...
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  • Correlation of Poverty and Mental Health
    psychiatric disorder: a study of rural children. American Journal of Public Health, 91(9), 1494-1498. Diala, C., Mutaner, C., Walrath, C., Nickerson, K., LaVeist, T., & Leaf, P. (2001). Racial/ethnic differences in attitudes toward seeking professional mental health services. American Journal of...
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  • Cae - Literatures
    children. The problem undertaken in this research was to examine whether existing findings on CAI generalize to Hispanic children by examining the effects of Computer Aided Instruction (CAI) on fifth grade, Hispanic children's math skills, critical thinking skills, and their attitudes toward...
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  • discuss attitudes towards food and/or eating behaviour (24 marks)
    . In terms of parental modelling, it is suggested that children can acquire their attitudes towards food by observing the behaviour of their parents. This is because the children are observing their parents eating patterns and therefore the parents are acting as eating role models. Children will notice...
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  • Ife Modakeke
    % said that they encourage their spouse, children, female children, and others to attend community meetings. Table 4: Attitudes towards violence/conflicts/use of weapons S/N Attitude towards Response Ife % (n Modakeke Total % (n violence/conflict/use of weapons = 195) % (n = = 390) 195) 1 If...
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  • An intervention for Socially Aggressive behaviors against children of Haitian descent in Bahamian primary schools
    likely that they too will have those attitudes. Bahamian children who are exposed to racial prejudice towards people who are Haitians are likely to display discrimination towards children who are of Haitian descent. Because of our cited xenophobia Bahamian adults and children alike operate the...
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  • Online Two Factors That Contribute to the Development of Gender Stereotypes and Gender Role Adoption in Children.
    are parental influence and media influence. The earliest exposure of children to the meaning of gender and gender differences is from parents. During the development stage, children look up to their parents in developing perceptions, beliefs and attitudes towards various aspects including gender...
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  • BECOMING A MALE OR FEMALE
    the opportunity their male children than the female children/daughter. She did not get proper educational facilities. She has a positive attitude of the opposite sex. She had not proper aim in life. Now, she is a Garments worker. She got married 1992. Her married life’s memories are not well. She is...
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  • Attutude in Social Psychology
    are fairly obvious. We learn them directly from our experience and we learn from others. Some of our attitudes are learned from firsthand experience. Children who are bitten by dogs often carry negative attitude towards dogs for the rest of their lives, especially toward the kind of dog that bit...
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  • Full Report
    | CHAPTER 1 1. Introduction The purpose of this study was to identify the effect of violent movies shown on Home Box Office (HBO) towards children’s attitudes. With the latest development in the television, the children attitudes may be affected by the violence that the television have. Home Box...
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