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Early Childhood Studies 2nd edition

Author: Woods, Margaret.; Jayne Taylor
Publisher: Hodder Education 2005.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Early Childhood Studies 2Ed presents a clear and detailed account of infancy and early childhood. The first edition of this ground-breaking text supported the study of childhood from an holistic and multidisciplinary perspective; in the same vein, this new edition is now entirely revised and updated in line with current policy and legislation. <br/><br /><br/><br />The main focus lies in the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic resource
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Woods, Margaret.; Jayne Taylor
OCLC Number: 746577905
Description: 1 online resource (336)
Contents: Cover --
Book title --
Contents --
List of contributors --
Preface --
Introduction: Introduction to early childhood studies --
Chapter 1 Early childhood studies: first principles --
Chapter 2 New beginnings: factors affecting health and well-being in the infant --
Chapter 3 Physical growth and development --
Chapter 4 Personal, social and emotional development --
Chapter 5 Children8217;s relationships --
Chapter 6 Play, language and learning --
Chapter 7 Early childhood education and care --
Chapter 8 The early school pathway --
Chapter 9 The child in society --
Chapter 10 Social policy: the state, the family and young children --
Chapter 11 Child protection, welfare and the law --
Chapter 12 Young children with disabilities --
Chapter 13 Child health --
Chapter 14 The ill child --
Chapter 15 Children of the world --
Chapter 16 Perspectives on early childhood research --
Chapter 17 Working with young children and their families --
Index --
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Z.

Abstract:

Early Childhood Studies 2Ed presents a clear and detailed account of infancy and early childhood. The first edition of this ground-breaking text supported the study of childhood from an holistic and multidisciplinary perspective; in the same vein, this new edition is now entirely revised and updated in line with current policy and legislation. <br/><br /><br/><br />The main focus lies in the promotion of children's development, health and well-being. Poverty and cultural issues are amongst the important themes highlighted throughout the book, plus there is new material on parenting, disability and first years at school. <br/><br /><br/><br />Key features<br/><br /><br/><br />· Key concepts thoroughly explained in a concise, easy to read format <br/><br />· Written from a multidisciplinary approach with contributing authors from the disciplines of sociology, health, education, genetics, social policy, psychology and social work<br/><br />· Edited by senior academics in Paediatric Nursing and Early Childhood Education<br/><br />· Student-centred activities, references and further reading promote practical application of theory <br/><br />· Greater emphasis on health promotion <br/><br />· Reflects changes in legislation and current practice developments <br/><br />· Additional material on parenting, disability and first years at school. <br/><br /><br/><br />Early Childhood Studies is an invaluable text for all students on courses with an early childhood element. In particular this includes Child Health Nursing, Community Specialist Nursing, Health and Social Care, Social Work and Early Childhood Studies Degrees or Degree Programmes.

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The main focus lies in the promotion of children's development, health and well-being. Poverty and cultural issues are amongst the important themes highlighted throughout the book, plus there is new material on parenting, disability and first years at school.



Key features



· Key concepts thoroughly explained in a concise, easy to read format

· Written from a multidisciplinary approach with contributing authors from the disciplines of sociology, health, education, genetics, social policy, psychology and social work

· Edited by senior academics in Paediatric Nursing and Early Childhood Education

· Student-centred activities, references and further reading promote practical application of theory

· Greater emphasis on health promotion

· Reflects changes in legislation and current practice developments

· Additional material on parenting, disability and first years at school.



Early Childhood Studies is an invaluable text for all students on courses with an early childhood element. In particular this includes Child Health Nursing, Community Specialist Nursing, Health and Social Care, Social Work and Early Childhood Studies Degrees or Degree Programmes.
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