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CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE TREATMENT 1 HOW CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE ARE TREATED IN THE PLACEMENT SETTINGS By (Name) Course Tutor University Date
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CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE TREATMENT 2 How Children and Young People are treated in the Placement Settings This essay is a reflection on how children and young people are treated in the placement settings. The essay will reflect on various books like “Racial and Ethnic Prejudice among Children” among others, articles as well as other publications. The paper will look into whether children with different race are treated any different in the social nursery school environment. According to Simpson (2006, 33), children and young people undergo education system in their entire lives and in many distinct settings. There is informal and formal education, which is experienced in schools and other educational settings. Learning is part of the process of socialization and is an essential part of the social structure. Gender and ethnicity are credited for as the main aspect of influencing the placement settings for children and young people (Simpson, 2006, 36). In the book “Racial and Ethnic Prejudice among Children” Levy, Rosenthal, and Alberto outline that social categories appear among children as young as five. They further suggest that before a child starts school, they already enter the educational institutions with prejudiced views. In the United States, there is a high increase of racial and ethnic diversity of children and young people. According to Perry, (2007, 77) children and young people enter school with prejudice views because of the homeschooling, which has increased in America because of white racism. Homeschooling is common among the whites, but this seems to increase in the black children as well. However, this comes as a surprise to Fiske and Markus as according to their perspective of social categories in placement settings is that we are now living in an age of where people are color blind and post-racialism which is featured by the reduced significance of racism (Fiske and Markus, 2012,120). However, according to Levy and his colleagues, racism is far from being outdated. According to them, institutional racisms and personal racism persist are answerable to
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  • Fall '15
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