An Introduction to Early Childhood: A Multidisciplinary by Tim Waller (Ed.)

By Tim Waller (Ed.)

Linking conception to multi-professional perform, this source explores the main issues of early adolescence schooling. each one bankruptcy summarizes key issues, together with studying, health, inclusion, and distinctive academic wishes.

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All that is known of Brook’s father is that he was a white man and never lived with Ruby. Dale’s father is white and is Ruby’s current husband. Since Brook started school a year ago he has been a cause for concern. He is much smaller than the other children in his class. Ruby, her husband, Sky and Dale are all well built. Brook’s speech is poor, his development generally delayed and he has difficulty concentrating in class. His clothes are always shabby and he never brings toys from home. Ruby explained that he always breaks his toys and spoils his clothes so that it is not worth buying him new things.

Nevertheless, there are some offenders who are ‘loners’ and clearly have difficulties forming relationships with non-vulnerable adults but, conversely, they are very good with children. They know what will attract and disarm a child and can play engagingly with young children. Sex offenders do not offend as a sudden whim or as a ‘one-off ’. Their assaults are planned. Collecting child pornography is not a harmless 9595 CHAP 2 13-26 16/6/05 8:55 am Page 19 Protecting children 19 diversion; it is often part of the planning process.

Chaotic context Here there is a general lack of boundaries. The physical and emotional care of the children is erratic. Similarly, discipline is inconsistent with the same behaviours sometimes tolerated and at other times harshly punished depending on the parents’ moods. Children are often forced to take on adult roles including parenting the parents or acting as sexual partners. Lack of appropriate boundaries and vigilance means that the children are also exposed to sex offenders’ predatory behaviour.

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