WSU HD 300 - Family Systems (4 pages)

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Family Systems


Lecture number:
4
Pages:
4
Type:
Lecture Note
School:
Washington State University
Course:
Hd 300 - child abuse and neglect
Edition:
1

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HD 300 1st Edition Lecture 4 Outline of Last Lecture I Historical View of Children II Justification for Abuse III Mutilation IV Infanticide V Sexual Misuse of Children VI Legal Action VII Justification for Prevention of Child Abuse Outline of Current Lecture I Theoretical Explanation of Abuse and Attachment Theory II Psychoanalytical Theory III Erikson s Psychosocial Theory IV Learning Theory V Social Learning Theory VI Piaget s Theory of Cognitive Development VII Bio Social Theory VIII Ecological Model IX The Family Connection a Overview of family abuse and neglect b Risk factors i Parental characteristics ii Child Characteristics 1 Normal child 2 Abnormal child c Parenting styles Current Lecture Theoretical Explanation of Abuse Attachment Theory Attachments are formed within the first year of life Abuse interferes with attachment formation Secure attachment 60 75 Parents are attentive and responsive to infant Child is friendly explores environment and is comfortable with parents Insecure attachment Parents often have history of attachment problems Abused children have higher rates of insecure attachment These notes represent a detailed interpretation of the professor s lecture GradeBuddy is best used as a supplement to your own notes not as a substitute High rates of avoidant and disorganized attachments noted in abused children Psychoanalytic Theory Views of Freud Abuse interferes with the child successfully having needs met traversing each stage Oral Stage infancy Anal Stage toddler Phallic Oedipal State Preschool Latency Stage School age Genital Stage Adolescence Erikson s Psychosocial Theory Eight developmental stages Each stage has a dialectical struggle resulting in an ego strength Abuse interferes with the tasks of each stage and thus negatively influencing subsequent stages 1 Trust vs mistrust Infancy 2 Autonomy vs doubt Toddler 3 Initiative vs guilt Preschool 4 Industry vs inferiority School age 5 Identity vs identity confusion Adolescence 6 Intimacy vs



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