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Lakshmi Emrit

Lakshmi Emrit has written 8 posts for Applied Research in Children's Studies 2015

Domestic Violence and the Child References

References Chanmugam, A., & Teasley, M. L. (2014). What should school social workers know about children exposed to adult intimate partner violence? Oxford University Press / USA.  doi:10.1093/cs/cdu023 Eckenrode, J., & Laird, M. (1993). School performance and disciplinary problems among abused and neglected children. Developmental Psychology, 29(1), 53. Retrieved from http://search.ebscohost.com.ez-proxy.brooklyn.cuny.edu:2048/login.aspx?direct=true&db=a9h&AN=9301140840&site=ehost-live Finkelhor, David, Heather Turner, […]

Domestic Violence and the Child

Introduction The issue this study will address is the impact of violence in the student’s home on their academic performance. To address this problem, the purpose of this study will be to identify signs that a child is experiencing violence in the home as well as how teachers and other adults in the student’s life […]

Analysis Post

We will be analyzing the children’s drawings by lookings for dark colors as well as the images and story told by the child when asked about their drawings. colors that are dark like red and black are what we would be looking for, also images that represent monsters or something bad are things that we […]

Research Methods

Method When it comes to researching child abuse and if the child is being abused or not there are several ways to research this issue. Drawings could be good as it can give the researcher the understanding by looking at what the child is drawing because drawings are able to show a deeper meaning. Drawings […]

Method Practice Report 1

For this method practice report, I interviewed my 10 year old cousin. I decided to ask him about his new experiences as a junior high school student compared to last year when he was an elementary school student. I asked him questions about his after school routine last year compared to this year. I informed […]

Mapping

During this class, we focused on the issue of play in NYC to examine how maps elucidate concepts in Children and Youth Studies. Drawing from “Containing Children: some lessons for planning for play from New York City” by Roger Hart, we compared how the issues discussed in the article can be evidenced in various maps […]

Domestic Violence and Children’s Education

Children exposed to domestic violence has a variety of effects on a child. However, schools are the one place where children feel safe and are away from the violence they are experiencing in their homes. Our topic is how domestic violence affects a child’s academic performance, and the strategies that can be used to help […]

Teachers’ Ability to Address Child Abuse

The issue this study will address is the impact of violence in the student’s home on their academic performance. To address this problem, the purpose of this study will be to identify signs that a child is experiencing violence in the home as well as how teachers and other adults in the student’s life react […]

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