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PROFESSIONAL ETHICS AND PRACTICE

Select from the larger body of child and family development literature, two peer reviewed research journal articles per substance area and review, summarize, and critique them in one paper per area. The critiques should describe the research method and results, as well as implications for future research. Each article review should be 1 page – double-spaced, equating to 2 pages per substance area. The format for this assignment should be: (APUS online library.)
Substance Area Name
Research article 1 (include the title of the article)
Critique of 1-1 1/2 pages (review should begin at the one inch margin)
Research article 2 (include the title of the article)
Critique of 1-1 1/2 pages (review should begin at the one inch margin)
Use this format for each of your Substance Areas. The text for each review must start at the 1 inch margin on the left-hand side of your paper. These must be submitted in the order listed below. Do NOT submit these as separate files. All five content areas are to be submitted as one file.
6. FAMILY RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
e.g., Goal Setting and Decision-Making; Development and Allocation of Resources; Social Environment Influences; Life Cycle and Family Structure Influences; Consumer Issues and Decisions.
7. PARENT EDUCATION AND GUIDANCE
e.g., Parenting Rights and Responsibilities; Parenting Practices/Processes; Parent/Child Relationships; Variation in Parenting Solutions; Changing Parenting Roles Over the Life Cycle.
8. FAMILY LAW AND PUBLIC POLICY
e.g., Family and the Law; Family and Social Services; Family and Education;
Family and the Economy; Family and Religion; Policy and the Family.
9. PROFESSIONAL ETHICS AND PRACTICE
e.g., Formation of Values; Diversity of Values in Pluralistic Society; Examining Ideologies; Social Consequences of Value Choices; Ethics and Technological Changes; Ethics of Professional Practice
10. FAMILY LIFE EDUCATION METHODOLOGY
e.g., Planning and Implementing; Evaluation; Education Techniques; Sensitivity to Others; Sensitivity to Community Concern.