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Golinowska Stanisława (Jagiellonian University, Krakow; The Institute of Labour and Social Studies, Warsaw)
The Social and Health-Related Determinants of Children's Development
Polityka Społeczna, 2009, nr 1 (ang), s. 25-31, tab., wykr., bibliogr. 22 poz.
Tytuł własny numeru
Social Policy and Children
Słowa kluczowe
Dzieci, Opieka zdrowotna, Polityka zdrowotna, Sytuacja społeczno-ekonomiczna
Children, Health care, Health care policy, Social and economic conditions
Children belong to the category of population that is in demand of special attention and care. They are exceptionally susceptible to a number of threats that put in danger their proper development. This is due to the biological condition of human species, whose offspring, in contrast with the majority of mammals, is not ready to live independently for a relatively long period of time. Human children are in need of parental care and aid for a number of years before they become sufficiently developed to live independently. Social processes have further prolonged this maturation. The category of the proper development of a child has not only its biological meaning but also a social one. Proper development is connected both with social norms and with a stage in the progress of civilization. The proper development is the one through which a child acquires skills enabling him or her to enter a self-sufficient adult life with its responsibilities of procreation and raising next generation. The possibilities for proper development are mitigated in case when there are no parents or when parents do not fulfill their roles while social institutions fail to sufficiently replace the parents in those roles. (fragment of text)
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