Week 4 Notes
Week 4 Notes FHS 213
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FHS 213 Issues and Problems for Children and Families13015 230 PM 12615 The Role of Monitoring and Supervision Theme of the Day Parental Supervision and Monitoring 0 children and youth are important features of healthy families and therefore healthy youth The traditional view on Supervision and Monitoring has focused on proximitybased interactions between parents and their children With the rise of technology this traditional view id being more challenged as parents and families spend more time onIinequot Role of Parental Monitoring in Child Development Definition includes monitoring in homeschooIcommunity and tracking behaviors in those environments Related to Safety and Injury Antisocial behavior substance abuse academic achievement teenage sexual behavior Protective factor for children in High Risk settings How parents monitor and supervise kids changes as time goes on to adapt to child development and different settings Around the age of 8 is when the influence of friends is greater than the influence of parents it is also a very critically important age for parental supervision and monitoring Hot Spotsquot Homes with no parents typically between the hours of 3 and 7 Negative behaviors can and do occur first time drug and alcohol use risky sexual behaviors Starts with middle school youth If parental monitoring is so important why aren t all parents doing it Not all parents believe monitoring is important Different ideas of acceptable behaviors Might not have been monitored themselves Factors affecting the parents ability to monitor stress substance abuse separation mental illnesses job obligations cultural differences Technology Exposure to media violence including cyberbullying A lot of people are concerned about exposure to media violence and its effect on violent behavior Parents are afraid that too much violent media will cause their children to act violently what are their arguments o 1 Violent media causes violent behavior Look at all the violence today 0 2 No it doesn t People know the difference between real and fantasy violence 0 3 No it doesn t because I haven t killed anyone yet 1 Violent crime rate in the US is the lowest that it s been in 50 years There was a spike in violence in the 90 s due to crack cocaine but the downward trend is continuing At the same time exposure to violent media has increased Misconceptions about violence and aggression 0 General Public graphic content and intensity level of violence but humor makes it okay 0 Researchers look at the increase in aggression violence severe aggression likely to cause serious injury 2 Maybe the question shouldn t be does violent media cause violencequot but does violent media cause an increase in aggressionquot 0 Exposure to violent media is increasing online tv video games So what are the effects social learning theory we imitate others general aggression theory long term changes and short term changes a short term impulsive behavior a long term hostile world solve problems with aggressions aggression is acceptable 0 Research evidence studies for the past 40 years have consistently provided evidence that physical aggression verbal aggression and aggressive thoughts are directly related to the amount of exposure to violent media Stronger than the relation of secondhand spokecancer asbestoscancer aspirinheart attack 3 Video games are a unique form of media because they are interactive 0 Identify with Aggressor glorified and heroic 0 Active Participation first person shooters o Rehearsal of Aggression Sequence player makes conscious choices repetition increases learning 0 Violence is Directly Rewarded rewards increase learning 0 Exposure to violent media does not cause people to go out and kill people it does increase aggression which is related to physical violence How does a person get from aggression to violence Altruistic punishment we punish rule breakers people who break the social norm 0 Aggression Stress and anxiety trigger 9 Increased anxiety escalation 9 Violence Losing verbalphysical control or loss of judgment crisis Risk Factors for Violence 0 Poor peer relationships SES development substance usage exposure to violence poor childrearing attitudesbeliefs frustration neurophysiological Support within the Ecological Model can keep violence at bay Cyberbullying 0 Using technology to transmitpost harmful or cruel text andor images 0 Flaming harassment and stalking denigration impersonation outing and trickery exclusion Digital Natives people who have grown up with the internet as opposed to digital immigrants teens and 20 somethings 0 Best equipped to deal with cyberbullying issues