Childhood and Social Institutions

Released on OWL: Dec 13, 2020 @ 7 pm.DUE DATE: Dec 16, 2020 @ 7 pm.The final exam will evaluate your comprehension of the courses main theories and concepts from required readings and lecture content. Students will answer 4 questions from 5 potential options. Each response will be worth 10 marks. Please do not write more than 2 pages of double- spaced text per response. You are not required to write a full 2 pages per response, but this is the maximum length that you cannot exceed. The final exam will be open-book and students can draw on their notes to help develop their responses. Please type your responses in a word document. Indicate clearly in your word doc, which question(s) you are answering. Please use times new roman 12-point font and make use of APA referencing. Do not draw on outside sources; please make use of the course textbook to support each of your responses. You will be marked on quality of writing so please be sure to review/edit your work before submission. When you are done your exam, please upload it to the Final Exam Assignment Tab on OWL.**You may use your laptop to access our course on OWL to make use of any course materials. However, you are not permitted to use any other Internet sources during the take-home exam as this is considered a form of academic misconduct/plagiarism.Question 1The New Paradigm of the Social Study of Childhood sees children as competent social actors. If this perspective was more widely used, how might society benefit? Use relevant examples, drawing on the course text.Question 2Explain, with relevant examples which draw on the course text, why it is more important to talk about childhoods rather than childhood.Question 3Explain, with relevant support/example(s) from the text, what makes childhood a social/historical construction?Question 4Using information/examples from the course text, explain how developmental psychological understandings of childhood undermine the capabilities and competencies of young people.Question 5Drawing on the course text, explain why it is important to study various childhood discourses. In addition, using the specific example of the Romantic discourse of childhood, explain how this particular childhood discourse may be problematic to young people’s lives.For more information on Childhood and Social Institutions read :

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