three primary types of protective factors positive individual attributes

Three primary types of protective factors positive

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three primary types of protective factors positive individual attributes supportive family environment people outside the family
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The Concept of Childhood Contemporary Western culture: “child-centered”
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The Concept of Childhood Antiquity – infanticide Ancient Roman texts refer to infanticide as an accepted practice, and the only way people could control the size of their families in a time before reliable contraception outlawed in 4 th century Common crime after that
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6th - 15th centuries Medieval period Preformationism: children seen as little adults. Childhood is not a unique phase. Children were cared for until they could begin caring for themselves, around 7 years old. Children treated as adults (e.g. their clothing, worked at adult jobs, could be married, were made into kings, were imprisoned or hanged as adults.)
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16th Century Reformation period Puritan religion influenced how children were viewed. Children were born evil, and must be civilized. A goal emerged to raise children effectively. Special books were designed for children.
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St. Augustine Augustine, (354-430AD) credited with formulating the concept of original sin, held that Adam's fall corrupted man, making the human race a mass of sin.
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