Research Article on Maltreated and Non- maltreated Children

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TABLE OF CONTENTS1. Research problem...............................................................................................................12. Literature review................................................................................................................23. Research design..................................................................................................................34. Sampling method................................................................................................................45. Data collection....................................................................................................................5REFERENCES................................................................................................................................7
1. Research problemThe author has clearly identified the problem of maltreated and non-maltreated children.It has also supported that children which are harassed and tortured will not perform better inacademics. The relationship between maltreated and non-maltreated variables are properlyexplained by the scholars (Lewis & et.al., 2016). Further, problem statement in this articlefocuses on improper support of parents, teachers and peers which directly affects the effectiveperformance of students. However, the author has explained their importance in supportingchildren to enhance its educational performance. Further, their self-perceptions are highlyaffected by parent’s positive nature and treatment (Kinard, 2001).The problem which is highlighted in the cited article is relevant and has targeted variouspopulation including faculty members and parents of children. In addition, this has helped theresearcher to identify problems or risk factors which are affecting their performances. Mainlypurpose of this study is also clearly identified by the author to understand its scope. Further,goals are clearly determined under this research context to improve children's performance aswell as guides their parents to treat them properly (Ford, 2017). Additionally, the main aim of thestudy is to examine that maltreated and non-maltreated students differed in the accuracy of theirself-assessment. Therefore, it is related to their perception of achieving social support fromteachers, peers and other related parties such as children's mothers.The significance of the cited study is also well determined by the author and hasdeveloped various plans to decrease abusement of affected children so that they can enjoy theirchildhood and perform better in academics. However, the feasibility of this study is notmentioned anywhere in the article which has created the bad impression on the reader. They havealso not defined reliability of their facts in their study. The hypothesis is properly identifiedunder research content in which it has focused mainly on the relationship between caretakers andchildren. Additionally, the hypothesis has even given stress on the actual competence of themaltreated students. Further, it has focused more on discrepancies between perceived scholasticcompetence as well as their actual academic achievement (Baugerud & et.al., 2016).These implied hypotheses are related to problem statements or has appropriatelycoordinated with actual faults which are enabled among maltreated and non-maltreatedchildren’s. Such hypothesis is also consistent with the literature review and framework ofconducted study. It has analysed all supporting and non-supporting statements of different1
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