02.27.12_InClassDiscussion

02.27.12_InClassDiscussion - CDFS 210 In Class Discussion...

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Monday February 27 CDFS 210 In Class Discussion
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I will not be answering questions about the midterm paper after Friday All of the information you need is on Blackboard Come next Monday with a hard copy of your paper for peer review (no exceptions) Due to Safe Assign by Wednesday at 4:30 p.m. Yes, we still have class on Wednesday Office hours § Only by appointment this week Midterm paper
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Criticisms § Children who watch more TV lower IQ § Violent TV -> Criminal behavior at age 30 § Lower attention span, passive thinkers Consumer Behavior § Regulate children’s viewing behavior § Consistent rule enforcement § TV should not be out of boredom § Adults watch with children Television
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Situational risk factors § Stress of poverty, social isolation, and a family member deployed in a combat zone increase risk Parent-related risk factors Child-related risk factors Effects of abuse Protective factors § Ego resilience Risk Factors and Effects
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2012 for the course NUR 214 taught by Professor Criswell during the Spring '08 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.

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