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  • 5 miranda 7 hiraa 3 amna
  • Powerpoint finalgned-nov28

    1. 1. Presented By: Isbah Khan Monica CatanaAmna MohammadBurcu Guder Acar Miranda Pollard Hira Khara Mira Mongoush
    2. 2.  Individual Acts:Actions that people do in regard to the social problem Ideologies:Personal beliefs that people have and that affect their thoughts about the problem Structure That Maintain:Small and big groups of people that contribute in maintaining the social problem
    3. 3.  http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=ROIGfGGx80U&feature=relmfu
    4. 4.  We are using the Iceberg Model Individuals Ideology StructureGlobal CitizenshipSchool of Advancement, C. C. (2013).GNED 500 global citizenship: from social analysis to social action (4th custom ed.). Boston: Pearson Learning Solutions .
    5. 5.  Teen parents are irresponsible parents. Single, poor, divorced parents, new immigrants, refugees are busy with breadwinning. First Nation, alcoholic, drug addicted parents are careless about their children. Divorced parents are busy looking for a new life- partner, or arranging relationship with a new partner.
    6. 6.  Not enough is been done currently because of : Lack of sufficient research Social workers, reporting these cases of neglect are not qualified professionals. Pediatricians do not receive specific training Specific risk factors and lack of education The consequences of child neglect are not recognized to be as severe as physical or sexual abuse. Abused children depend on others to report on their behalf.
    7. 7. The most of teen parents are irresponsible due to of theirdevelopmental milestones.Although single parents are the only breadwinners, they need tobe recognized as “normal”.During transition divorced parents can be inconsistent inresponding to children’s needs.Immigrant families are different.Children of middle class and rich families are neglected due toof lack of time and parenting skills.Mentally and physically ill or addicted parents cannot provide consistency in childrearing.
    8. 8.  FACTS: Child abuse can also occur in any social class and in all ethnic, religious or economic background. Economic disadvantage and poverty are risk factors for child abuse too. One of the causes for child neglect are stress and unemployment. Mostly the pre-schoolers and infants are neglected by families. In some extreme cases of neglect, the children led to developmental delays and even death of the children OPINIONS: Mostly people think that child abuse and neglect does not happen in good families and it only happens in the poor families or bad neighbourhoods.
    9. 9.  “In 2008, there were 235, 842  There has been an increase of maltreatment cases investigated child neglect throughout the within Canada.” (Stats Canada) years “6 out of 10 children and youth victims of family violence were assaulted by their parents.” (Stats Canada)Chart:Statistics Canada. (2011). Family Violence in Canada: A Statistical Profile: Chart 2.2. Retrieved on October 20, 2012, from <http://www.statcan.gc.ca/pub/85-224-x/2010000/ct007-eng.htm>Facts:Sinha, M. (2012). Section 3: Family Violence Against Children and Youth. Retrieved on October 20, 2012, fromhttp://www.statcan.gc.ca/pub/85-002-x/2012001/article/11643/11643-3- eng.htmStatistics Canada. (2011). Family Violence in Canada: A Statistical Profile: Highlights: Family Violence in Canada. Retrieved on November 7, 2012 fromhttp://www.statcan.gc.ca/pub/85-224-x/2010000/aftertoc-aprestdm2-eng.htm
    10. 10.  Public health nurses visits Management information system Trauma adapted family connectionSTRATEGIES WE CAN USE: Educate people on a broader and smaller level Hold workshops
    11. 11.  Gather information through observations of children Find reliable resources and pertinent information. Making a brochure. Find places in the community to distribute the brochure. (libraries, community centers, doctor offices) Post the brochure in the daycare and distribute it to all parents.
    12. 12. Chart: Statistics Canada. (2011). Family Violence in Canada: A Statistical Profile: Chart 2.2. Retrieved on October 20, 2012, from <http://www.statcan.gc.ca/pub/85-224-x/2010000/ct007-eng.htm>Facts: Sinha, M. (2012). Section 3: Family Violence Against Children and Youth. Retrieved on October 20, 2012, from http://www.statcan.gc.ca/pub/85-002-x/2012001/article/11643/11643-3-eng.htm Statistics Canada. (2011). Family Violence in Canada: A Statistical Profile: Highlights: Family Violence in Canada. Retrieved on November 7, 2012 from http://www.statcan.gc.ca/pub/85-224-x/2010000/aftertoc-aprestdm2-eng.htmGlobal Citizenship School of Advancement, C. C. (2013).GNED 500 global citizenship: from social analysis to social action (4th custom ed.). Boston: Pearson Learning Solutions Shimoni, R., & Baxter, J. M. (2012). Working with families (5TH ed.). Toronto: Pearson Addison Wesley.

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