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26 Early Social Development SOME QUESTIONS 1. 2. What are the signs that attachment is taking place? 3. What is the evidence that childhood is a critical period in social learning? 4. What is the 'cycle of deprivation'? Why does a child who is brought up restrictively often show more attachment behaviour then usual? 5. If a child bonds too closely with his or her teacher, what may this indicate about the child's home life? 6. 7. 8. Explain the importance of trust in early social development. Are sex roles learnt or innate?

Children have a tendency to be intolerant of individual differences, particularly as they grow older, and the school must play its part in educating children out of these narrow and divisive attitudes. One way in which this education takes place is through example. If the school staff are seen to value each child equally, irrespective of race, and seen to be sensitive towards the particular problems faced by individuals from minority groups, then many children will take their cue accordingly, as they will from the respect which teachers show towards the beliefs and customs of these groups, even where these involve changes in school routines.

What are the social consequences of this break-up? 12. How can schools help avoid the creation of home-school conflicts? A. (1981) Multi-Ethnic Education: Theory and Practice. New York: Allyn & Bacon. Surveys the major issues surrounding all aspects of multiethnic education. Booth, T. (1975) Growing up in Society. London: Methuen. A good account of the influence of the social context upon the developing child. Demonstrates the significant extent to which the child is the creation of social forces.

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