ways in which children and youngpeople can experience prejudice
and discrimination (2.1)
5. Describe the impact of prejudice and discrimination on children and youngpeople (2.2)
6. Assess howownattitudes, value and behaviourcouldimpact on work with
children and young...
across belief systems. For example, when people smoke (behaviour), they are aware that it may cause cancer or lung disease (cognition), and so attitudes may change because of the conflict between beliefs and values. The person smokes because they enjoy it, however knowing it could eventually kill them...
research for four reasons:
Firstly, at the period of time during adolescence to adulthood,youngpeople acquired own individual personalities and established ownbehaviour patterns, attitudes and values, thus consumption patterns.
(Holbrook and Schindler, 1989) state that youngpeople make purchases to...
pupil referral units;
adult community learning;
youth and community work training;
local authority education services for children and youngpeople;
teacher education and training...
relationships being developed with peers or adults the impact on prejudice and discrimination can be very depressing and childhood can become a much less happy time.
Evaluate howownattitudes, values and behaviourcouldimpact on work with children and youngpeople
individual’s behaviour. Peer pressure may happen in the work place, at school or within the general community that one is living in. It is predominant in youngpeople, however it can effect everyone; people of all ages and backgrounds. Peer pressure is the act of doing something which and...
money? For gifts? Do they engage in professional commercial sex? Engage in occasional sex work?
analysing the situation of youngpeople
KEY INFORMATION TO OBTAIN
KEY POINTS TO CONSIDER
doing the new pilot
programme and the other with no such intervention.
According to AVERT (2007), schools play a major role in and shaping the
attitudes, opinions and perhaps most importantly the behaviour of youngpeople. It is estimated that more than half of all new infections occur before...
as many offenders find it difficult to face up to the impact of their crime and punishment (Johnstone, 2007) It could be argued that if youngpeople have not been taught a way of knowing what is right or wrong, they will have difficulty in deciding how to accept responsibility for their actions...
If the evaluation of choice results in complete dissatisfaction being transmitted to long-term memory, two types of outcomes can result. First, the consumer can discontinue this type of purchase behaviour. Discontinuance of purchase behaviour can result when the current solution is...
briefing is divided into seven broad sections:
Use of services
Sexual knowledge, attitudes and beliefs
Groups at risk of teenage pregnancy
Impact of teenage pregnancy
Effectiveness of prevention interventions
Support for young parents
Rates of teenage...
part of our job role it is important to carry out reflective practice, especially when working with children and youngpeople. Our effectiveness will have an impact on them and their learning. Reflective practice means thinking about and evaluating what you do and discussing any changes that could...
education.” (Siolta, The National Quality Framework For Early Childhood Education [online], available: http://www.siolta.ie/principles.php).
Critical Evaluation of Personal Values and Attitudes
I have not had a lot of previous experience with people of different cultures and religions so I feel...
children and youngpeople
2.3 Assess howownattitudes, values and behaviourcouldimpact on work with children and youngpeople
2.4 Describe the importance of promoting anti-discriminatory practice in work with children and youngpeople
2.5 Describe how to challenge discrimination
behaviour. Antonides and van Raaj (1998, p. 333) deﬁne a reference group as “a group of people that an individual refers to for comparison when making judgements about his or her own circumstances, attitudes and behaviour”. Family and friends therefore fall into this category, as they are important...
develop the skill of empathy.
How do children feel when they are excluded?
Assess howownattitudes, values and behaviourcouldimpact on work with children and youngpeople
All those working in the school have a legal duty to protect the rights of children and youngpeople. It is important...
credit cards as well. Ben would have also read up on those. Charles also could have seeked external “Non-Marketing-controlled information by asking his friends and peers what credit cards they use to gain a level of understanding of what other credit cards people like him use.
of their own actions and
4. Be able to respond to the
health needs of children
4.1. Support children and youngpeople to recognise value and
meet their health needs as
appropriate to their age and
level of understanding.
4.2. Encourage children and young...