A child and the societyAny suggestions over "a child and the society". related to early childhood!!

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wannam | High School Teacher | (Level 3) Educator

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Society is a clear influence on children. Different societies will have different influences. When these children become adults, the process will reverse and they will begin to influence society. It is an interesting cycle. The children are shaped by the society in which they live while those children will eventually come to influence said society. If you're looking for specific evidence, you might want to look at adoption studies. Children who are adopted at a young age will resemble the culture they grew up in rather than the culture they were born in. For example, a baby adopted from another country by an American couple will be influenced by American culture. The child might not even speak their native language as they grow up. The child will likely seem just like any other American child even though they were born in another country.
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litteacher8 | High School Teacher | (Level 3) Distinguished Educator

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Children are shaped by society.  As they grow, they watch how the world works.  Children learn from parents, but they also learn from the television and movies, watching people, and these days from the internet too.  This can have as much influence as parents.

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accessteacher | High School Teacher | (Level 3) Distinguished Educator

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What are you actually asking? Your question is not that clear, unfortunately. Are you asking for ideas on the essay title "A Child and the Society"? If this is the case, you will need to think of how a child is the product of its society and how society, to a greater or lesser extent, fashions the identity of that child. Otherwise, please give us more information so we can help you.

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dia001 | Student, Undergraduate | eNotes Newbie

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that is a topic, i need to make a title over that topic! but i dun noe in what direction shuld i go to!!

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