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|Longitudinal Study:||LSIC||Title:||Growing up strong: The Longitudinal Study of Indigenous Children||Authors:||Bennetts Kneebone, L||Issue Date:||2013||Pages:||2||Keywords:||identity
|Abstract:||Many Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children experience significant adversity in the early years, yet thrive socially, emotionally and academically. This article examines the factors that have the greatest impact on children’s outcomes. Protective factors include positive parenting practices and having a parent with a strong, positive sense of identity. Risk factors predicting high social and emotional difficulties scores include being bullied, problems with speech or understanding, and having a parent with depression.||URL:||http://www.earlychildhoodaustralia.org.au/every_child_magazine/every_child_index/every-child-vol-19-no-1.html||Keywords:||Health -- Mental; Child Development -- Speech and Language; Children -- Indigenous; Families -- Parents and Parenting||Research collection:||Journal Articles|
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