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  • 1. Edexcel A2 Child Development: Bowlby’s theories - general evaluation 1. In science use of a broad base of evidence and theory to develop one’s own theories is considered a strength. Identify the sources Bowlby drew on in the development of his theories. (4 marks) 2. On what basis to we make the claim that Bowlby’s theories were highly influential? (3 marks) 3. Although Bowlby referred to the mother in his writing, his reference to “mother” was broader than a straightforward reference to the biological mother. Explain this with reference to Bowlby’s ideas on continuity of care for the infant (3 marks) 4. Why has it been suggested that Bowlby’s theories were used for political purposes when they were first proposed? (2 marks) 5. Explain why Bowlby’s theories might account for the feelings of guilt in today’s working mothers. (2 marks)Worksheet 5

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