Flashcards in Childhood 2 Deck (27)
Name 3 things that The Childhood Obesity Plan aims to do.
Encourage primary schools to introduce a daily 'active mile'
Ban sale of junk food at shop checkouts or entrances
Label calories on menus.
What was the name of the plan that aimed to halve childhood obesity by 2030?
The Childhood Obesity Plan
___ in ___ children are _________ or ______ by age ___.
b) overweight or obese
In the UK, __% of children are _________ or _____ when they start _____ at age __ or __.
b) overweight or obese
d) 4 or 5
How much is childhood obesity estimated to cost the NHS every year?
What does having anxiety disorder mean?
The level of distress is so severe that you can't function
________ increased with ___ and is _____ common amongst _____.
What can be a major source of anxiety?
____ of people age __ - __ found _______ ____ shows makes them worry about _____ _______.
c) reality TV
d) body image
___ of ______ people have feelings of _____ about their _____ _________.
d) body everyday
Over ___ of _____ aged __-__ have _______, _________ or both.
d) anxiety, depression or both
How has the number of 5-15 years olds with a mental disorder changed?
Increased from 9.7% in 1999 to 11.2% in 2017
__% of __-__ year olds have at least ___ mental disorder
__-__ year old _______ were _____ as likely as _____ of the _____ age to have a mental disorder.
___ of __-__ year olds who identified as ______ have a _______ _______.
___% for _________.
b) 14-19 year olds
d) mental disorder
Nearly ___ of __-__ year olds with a mental disorder have _________ or ________ ______.
d) attempted suicide
What is one of the best ways for children to develop?
No screen time & more interactions with others i.e story-telling
What are most children born wanting to do?
Play, ideally independently
Children aren't ________ as much as they were in the _____, and instead spend _____ time using ______.
What does spending more time on screens create?
A 'toxic' childhood
What COUNTERACTS the idea the spending more time on screens creates a 'toxic' childhood?
Some research has provided a link between computer games & improved academic abilities.
What did Postman (1994) argue is happening to childhood?
How does this link to Aries' study of the middle ages?
It's disappearing - as children are starting to have similar rights to adults eg clothes & adult crimes.
Aries suggests most people were illiterate so speech was the main form of communication, creating little distinction between adults & children.
When does Postman (1994) argues that childhood emerged?
With mass literacy as it created a division between those that could & couldn't read. This is because it takes several years to master reading & writing skills.
Marxist - marxists believe children were an _________ _________.
Marxist - Engels said children were treated like '______________'.
'Livestock with lower value'.
Functionalist - children should be _______ by _______/________ to become ________.