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    • PERCEIVED EMOTIONAL (TO OBTAIN COPY, CONTACT THE AUTHOR) SELECTED ADOLESCENTS IN BARANGGAY ____, ______________ CITY<br />By:<br />Nurse 1283<br />April 2010<br />College of Nursing<br />Nurse1283 University<br />CHAPTER 1<br />PROBLEMS AND ITS BACKGROUND<br />Introduction<br />Child abuse is more than bruises and broken bones. While physical abuse might be the (TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com--------------------------- TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com---------------- TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com----------------- TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com-------------------- TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com) types of abuse, such as emotional abuse or child neglect, also leave deep, long lasting scars. Some signs of child abuse are subtler than others.<br />While physical abuse is (TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com--------------------------- TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com---------------- TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com----------------- TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com-------------------- TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com) needs, putting them in unsupervised, dangerous situations, or making a child feel worthless or stupid are also child abuse. Neglect and emotional (TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com--------------------------- TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com---------------- TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com----------------- TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com-------------------- TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com), and since they are more subtle, others are less likely to intervene. This could result to serious emotional harm.<br />While it's easy to say that only " bad people" abuse their children, it's not always so black and white. Not all abusers are intentionally harming their children. Many have been victims of abuse themselves, and don’t know any other way to parent. Others may be struggling with mental health issues or a substance abuse problem.<br />Child abuse (TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com--------------------------- TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com---------------- TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com----------------- TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com-------------------- TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com) or bad neighborhoods. It crosses all racial, economic, and cultural lines. Sometimes, families who seem to have it all from the outside are (TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com--------------------------- TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com---------------- TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com----------------- TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com-------------------- TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com) behind closed doors.<br />While abuse by strangers does happen, most abusers are family members or others close to the family.<br />All types of child abuse and neglect leave lasting scars. Some of these scars might be physical, but emotional scarring has long lasting effects throughout life, (TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com--------------------------- TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com---------------- TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com----------------- TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com-------------------- TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com) healthy relationships, and ability to function at home, at work and at school. It also means affecting their social life.<br />In the Philippines, many seem not aware of emotional abuse and neglect among children. Oftentimes, the effects are understood and realized by the abused child as he grows up.<br />For this reason, (TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com--------------------------- TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com---------------- TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com----------------- TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com-------------------- TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com) to look at emotional abuse and neglect as perceived by the selected respondents and to see its perceived effect in their social life. <br />Statement of the Problem<br />This study will reflect the connection of child emotional abuse and neglect to self-perceived social isolation.<br />Specifically, the current study will seek answer to the question:<br />
      • Is there a significant connection between respondents’ perceived child emotional abuse and neglect and self-perceived social isolation when (TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com--------------------------- TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com---------------- TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com----------------- TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com-------------------- TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com)
      Hypothesis<br />Based on the statement of the problem, the researcher postulates the hypothesis:<br />
      • There is no significant connection between respondents’ perceived child emotional abuse and (TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com--------------------------- TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com) of parents.
      Significance of the Study<br />Emotionally abused and neglected individuals. The researcher, like the others, believe that a person (TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com--------------------------- TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com) h sound emotional and social development, a child needs to be nurtured with love and understanding. Emotional abuse is more than just verbal abuse. The author understands that emotional abuse and neglect is a basic threat to healthy human development. There is a hope that this research will promote awareness in its best sense.<br />Parents of emotionally abused individuals. Being a parent to a child is one of the toughest job in the world. Belittling a child causes the child to see him or herself in the way consistent with the parents/ caregivers’ words. This limits the child's potential (TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com--------------------------- TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com) importance of warm, nurturing and loving words and acts of kindness.<br />Nursing Service. The nursing service, (TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com--------------------------- TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com) abuse and neglect.  The presence of a single sign does not prove child abuse is occurring in a family, however, when these signs appear repeatedly or in combination you one should take a closer look at the situation and (TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com--------------------------- TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com) service can at least conduct (TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com--------------------------- TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com) about emotional abuse and neglect among children. This promotes education and hopefully influence change.<br />Nursing Students. The in-coming nurses are the future generation in the nursing world. Almost every day, they will encounter new challenges. Perhaps nursing students can assist parents, other caregivers, and significant others to develop strong attachment to the young and learn to express warmth and positive regards to children.<br />Other healthcare professionals. Health care professionals and concerned individuals (TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com--------------------------- TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com). The ability to be attuned to and aware of others is an essential element of the social communication required for healthy development. <br />Future Researchers. The researcher finds the current study very interesting. There (TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com--------------------------- TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com) of the study will give additional stronghold to the principles of proper child rearing based on established theories and facts.<br />Scope and Delimitation of the Study<br />The current study is limited to the perceived emotional child abuse and neglect and perceived social (TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com--------------------------- TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com) consideration. <br />CHAPTER 2<br />REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE AND STUDIES<br />Related Literature<br />Emotional child abuse is maltreatment which results in impaired psychological growth and development. It involves words, actions, and indifference. (TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com--------------------------- TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com). (Garbarino: 1994)<br />In an article written by Newton (2001), the National Center on Child Abuse and Neglect defines emotional abuse as: " acts or omissions by the parents or other caregivers that have caused, or could cause, serious behavioral, (TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com--------------------------- TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com) caregivers alone, without any harm evident in the child's behavior or condition, are sufficient to warrant child protective services (CPS) intervention. For example, the parents/caregivers may use extreme or bizarre forms of punishment, such as confinement of a child in a dark closet. (TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com--------------------------- TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com).<br />Emotional abuse is more than just verbal abuse. It is an attack on a child's emotional and social development, and is a basic threat to healthy human development. Emotional abuse can take many forms.<br />Belittling a child causes the child to see him or herself in the way consistent with the caregivers words. This limits the child's potential by limiting the child's own sense of his or her potential.<br />Children learn (TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com--------------------------- TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com) of necessary ingredients for intellectual and social development. Children who are subjected to consistent coldness grow to see the world as a cold, uninviting place, and will likely have seriously impaired relationships in the future. They may also never feel confident to explore and learn.<br />Cruelty is (TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com--------------------------- TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com) loved in order to explore the world around them and in order to learn to form healthy relationships. When children experience cruelty from their caretakers, the world ceases to " make sense" for them, and all areas of learning are affected - social, emotional, and intellectual development are hindered.<br />The foundations of learning are laid in the first interactions between child and caretaker. Through consistent interactions, the child and parent shape each other and the child learns that his or her actions have consistent consequences - this is the foundation for learning. The child also learn to trust that his or (TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com--------------------------- TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com) what is expected from the start, and all areas of learning can be effected throughout the child's lifespan.<br />Harassment has similar effects to those of belittling, but also involves a stress response. Harassment scares the child, and repeated exposure to fear can alter the child physically, lowering their ability to deal with other stressful situations.<br />Ignoring a child deprives the child of all the essential stimulation and interaction necessary for emotional, intellectual and social development.<br />Inappropriate control takes three forms - lack of control, over control, and inconsistent control. (TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com--------------------------- TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com) of opportunities for self-assertion and self-development by preventing them from exploring the world around them. Inconsistent control can cause anxiety and confusion in children and can lead to a variety of problematic behaviors as well as impair intellectual development.<br />Isolating a child, or cutting them off from normal social experiences, prevents the child from forming friendships and can lead to depression. Isolating a child seriously impairs their intellectual, emotional and social development. Isolating is often accompanied by other forms of emotional abuse and often physical abuse.<br />When a caretaker (TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com--------------------------- TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com) a range of disturbed self-soothing behaviors. An infant who is rejected has almost no chance of developing into a healthy adult.<br />Terrorizing, (TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com--------------------------- TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com), increasing their risk for many stress-related ailments. Aside from the physical affects, a child living in terror has no opportunities to develop anything other than unhealthy and anti-social survival skills.<br />Despite the fact (TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com--------------------------- TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com) spects of the abuse, emotional abuse is the most difficult of the forms of abuse to substantiate and prosecute. Actual physical injury is often required before the authorities can step in and assist a child. Also, the effects of abuse are very similar to symptoms of many childhood mental and physical disorders, which makes identifying emotionally abused children difficult.<br />The consequences of emotional child abuse can be serious and long-term. Many research studies conclude that psychopathologic symptoms are more likely to develop in emotionally abused children. These children may (TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com--------------------------- TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com) progress may be halted. Some may also become poorly adjusted emotionally and psychologically. As teenagers, they find it difficult to trust, participate in and achieve happiness in interpersonal relationships, and resolve the complex feelings left over from their childhoods. As adults, they may have trouble recognizing and appreciating the needs and feelings of their own children and emotionally abuse them as well (Garbarino: 1994).<br />Emotional abuse is (TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com--------------------------- TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com) abusive. Think of a child breaking his or her arm. If the arm was broken while riding a bicycle and trying to jump a ramp, the child will heal and recover psychologically, perhaps strengthening his or her character and learning valuable life-lessons in the process by overcoming obstacles with the support of his or her caregivers and friends. If the same injury occurs because a parent twists the child's arm behind his or her back in a rage or throws the child down the stairs, the child will heal physically, but may never heal psychologically. In thinking of sexual abuse, think of a child being examined by a doctor - doctors touch children's genitals routinely in physical examinations without damaging children in any way. But think of the same contact from a sexualized older acquaintance. It is clear that the damage from (TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com--------------------------- TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com) physically in a way that will draw questions. That child is suffering the same devastating abuse as the children in the examples above, but often nothing can be done about it (Newton:2001).<br />In 2001, (TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com--------------------------- TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com), and current psychological distress. It was hypothesized that experience of childhood emotional neglect would be associated with lower levels of cohesion and adaptability in participants’ family of origin and greater levels of current psychological distress. (TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com--------------------------- TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com) were quantified by use of a parental bonding measure, specifically by assessing level of perceived parental care. Participants were assigned to one of three groups based on level of care scores: neglect by a primary male caregiver, neglect by a primary female caregiver, and no neglect. These groups were (TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com--------------------------- TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com) covariate based on attachment theory literature. Data were analyzed for 69 female and 22 male undergraduate students. Participants who reported a childhood experience of emotional neglect by a primary female caregiver described greater current psychological distress than those reporting no neglect or neglect by a primary male caregiver. (TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com--------------------------- TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com). There were no differences between male and female participants in terms of impact of emotional neglect. This study suggests potential caregiver gender effects, regardless of respondent gender. Perceived neglect by female, but not male caregivers, led to psychological distress in adulthood and was associated with lower cohesion and adaptability in one’s family of origin. Future research should attempt to account for the participants’ expectations regarding male and female caregiver roles (www.sciencedirect.com).<br />Elliot, et (TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com--------------------------- TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com)was constructed indicating the extent to which respondents feel detached from their friends and from school. Those who had experienced violence were predicted to be more isolated than those who had not. Results strongly supported the hypothesis, controlling for theoretically relevant variables. Explanation is provided in terms of damage to attachment skills, social competence, and self-esteem concomitant to being a victim of abuse. Males were more socially isolated than females, and (TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com--------------------------- TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com) a stressful event or were from riskier neighborhoods were more isolated. The number of children in the family was positively related to isolation. Social isolation decreases between seventh and eighth grades (jiv.sagepub.com).<br />Conceptual Framework<br />This section is intended to outline possible courses of action or to present an approach to an idea or thought regarding emotional child abuse and perceived social isolation among the respondents. The following theory will attempt to connect all aspects of the inquiry.<br />According to (TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com--------------------------- TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com) abilities, language usage, and physical growth. Interest in the field of child development began early in the 20th-century and tended to focus on abnormal behavior (psychology.about.com).<br />(TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com--------------------------- TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com) how people develop beliefs psychologically and mentally with how they learn to exist within a larger community of people, it’s called a 'psychosocial' theory. <br />Erikson’s stages are, in chronological order in which they unfold: trust versus mistrust; (TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com--------------------------- TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com) of life and a general age span. For each stage, Erikson's theory explains what types of stimulation children need to master that stage and become productive and well-adjusted members of society and explains the types of problems and developmental delays that can result when this stimulation does not occur. <br />For example, the (TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com--------------------------- TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com) diapers, warmth, and loving affection and soothing from caregivers, they will learn that they can trust other people in their environment to love them and to take care of them, and they will believe the world is good. If infants are neglected and not given these things consistently or if they (TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com--------------------------- TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com) be there to support them when it’s needed. Learning to trust others is the first necessary step to learning how to have loving, supportive relationships with others and to have a positive self-image.<br />Erikson was able to do this because of his strong interest and compassion for people, especially young people, and also because his research was carried out among human societies far removed from the more inward-looking world of the psychoanalyst's couch, which was essentially Freud's approach. This helps Erikson's eight stages theory to be a tremendously powerful model: it is very accessible and obviously relevant to modern life, from several different perspectives, for understanding and explaining how personality and behaviour develops in people. As such Erikson's theory is useful for teaching, parenting, self-awareness, managing and coaching, dealing with conflict, and generally for understanding self and others. <br />In order to give a model of interpretation to the used theories cited above and to show relationship to the contents of the study, the researcher constructed the following paradigm:<br />Perceived Social IsolationProfile of the Respondents:-<br />Feedback<br />Definition of Terms<br />Baranggay ________, ______________City. Venue where the research will be conducted.<br />Emotional Abuse. Pattern of (TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com--------------------------- TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com) place expectations on a child beyond his or her capacity (www.safechild.org).<br />Neglect. The failure of a parent, guardian, or other caregiver to provide for a child’s basic needs. Neglect may be failure to provide necessary food or shelter, or lack of (TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com--------------------------- TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com) educate a child or attend to special education needs; and inattention to a child’s emotional needs, failure to provide psychological care, or permitting the child to use alcohol or other drugs (www.childwelfare.gov).<br />Social Isolation. The separation of individuals or groups resulting in the lack of or minimizing of social contact and/or communication. This separation may be accomplished (TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com--------------------------- TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com).<br />CHAPTER 3<br />METHODOLOGY<br />This chapter presents the design of the research. It includes the method of research to be used, the method of collecting data and the development of the research instrument, and the sampling design.<br />Method of Research<br />The researcher plans to use the descriptive method of research, to determine if there is a significant (TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com--------------------------- TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com) and accurate interpretation of the findings and the elements of the significance of what is described. It describes with emphasis the present nature such as current practices, conditions, situations, or any phenomena. The descriptive method of research showed to be the most appropriate method to be used. The value in using (TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com--------------------------- TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com) and it gives a better and deeper understanding of this certain phenomenon. <br /> <br />Locale of the Study<br />Chosen respondents will be coming from Baranggay ________ in ________________ City. <br />Description of Respondents<br /> The researcher will (TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com--------------------------- TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com) involvement of parents to emotional child abuse and neglect of the respondents will be taken into consideration. This will be reflected on the questionnaires. The religious affiliation will not be noted. All primary data will be personally obtained by the researcher in order to gather authentic and substantial responses.<br />Instrumentation<br />To obtain accurate data, this study will utilize survey questionnaires, which will be examined and evaluated as to its relevance and significance to the outcome of the study. For acquiring supportive data a direct observation and analysis of the records will be applied.<br />The survey (TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com--------------------------- TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com) ts’ demographic data, including the name, gender and educational background.<br />The second part will include a series of direct and clear questions that will pertain to particular (TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com--------------------------- TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com) self-perceived social isolation.<br />Since variables being studied are abstract that they cannot be counted individually, a weighted that may be computed was used. The variable will be divided into categories of descending degree of quality and then each degree of quality is given a weight. The (TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com--------------------------- TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com) “Soemtimes/ Paminsan-minsan”; and “4” as “Rarely/ Bihira” and “5” as “Never/ Hindi Kailanman”.<br /> <br />General Procedure<br />The study process will begin with the submission of the proposal to the Research (TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com--------------------------- TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com------------------------ TO OBTAIN FULL COPY, VISIT nurse1283.blogspot.com) explanation about the purpose and importance of the study will be given. Questionnaires will be personally handled to the respondents for them to answer. Right after the respondents will have completed the questionnaires; they will be collected, tabulated; analyzed and interpreted. Conclusions will be drawn from the result of the study.<br />