CHapter 9 AGE - CHILD ABUSE CHILD ABUSE PHYSICAL ABUSE...

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AGE AGE LOUISIANA STATE UNIVERSITY LOUISIANA STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF EDUCATION COLLEGE OF EDUCATION EDCI 2400: EDUCATION & DIVERSE POPULATIONS
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S.C.W., Ph.D. GUIDING QUESTIONS GUIDING QUESTIONS What variables contribute to the alienation between adolescents and their families? How do the ethnicity and socioeconomic status of adolescents impact teenage pregnancy and poverty? What can educators do to alleviate potentially harmful behaviors in students?
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S.C.W., Ph.D. SOCIAL CLASS & POVERTY SOCIAL CLASS & POVERTY The Anne E. Casey Foundation uses the following areas to rank states in their propensity for having children who will be considered at-risk: * Low-Birth Weight Babies * Infant Mortality * Child Death Rate * Teen Deaths * Teen Birthrates * High School Dropouts * Teens Not In School * Children Living In Poverty * Children In Single Parent Homes
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S.C.W., Ph.D.
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Unformatted text preview: CHILD ABUSE CHILD ABUSE PHYSICAL ABUSE PHYSICAL NEGLECT SEXUAL ABUSE EMOTIONAL ABUSE S.C.W., Ph.D. AT-RISK YOUTH & AT-RISK YOUTH & HIGH-RISK BEHAVIOR HIGH-RISK BEHAVIOR AT-RISK YOUTH: Those who live in a disadvantaged situation. HIGH-RISK BEHAVIOR: Behaviors that youth engage in that make them or others vulnerable to physical, social, or psychological harm or negative outcomes. SEXUAL BEHAVIORS SUICIDE YOUTH VIOLENCE S.C.W., Ph.D. WARNING SIGNS OF POSSIBLE WARNING SIGNS OF POSSIBLE PERSONAL ISSUES PERSONAL ISSUES AGGRESSIVE, HOSTILE BEHAVIOR OVERLY PASSIVE BEHAVIOR CHANGES IN EATING HABITS CHANGES IN SLEEPING HABITS PERSONALITY CHANGES SUDDEN MOOD SWINGS DECREASED INTEREST IN SCHOOL INABILITY TO CONCENTRATE SENSE OF HOPELESSNESS EUPHORIA AFTER DEPRESSION MEDICAL CHANGES...
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This note was uploaded on 10/11/2011 for the course PSYC, PSYC 2076, 2060 taught by Professor Briganti,gustan,perlis,namikas,wheeler during the Spring '10 term at LSU.

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CHapter 9 AGE - CHILD ABUSE CHILD ABUSE PHYSICAL ABUSE...

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