2013
DOI: 10.1590/s0103-05822013000200019
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Abstract: Literature exposes the risks experienced by children and adolescents in Brazil. In the other hand, a Government endeavor was identified to eliminate or minimize the suffering of those in vulnerable situations through public policies targeted to this population group.

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“…Such vulnerability refers not only to that vulnerability inherent to every human being 5,6 , but also to their fragility in the face of environmental, social and other situations, like their dependence on older people, including economical dependence. This makes them especially conditioned to the physical and social environment in which they live 22 .…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Such vulnerability refers not only to that vulnerability inherent to every human being 5,6 , but also to their fragility in the face of environmental, social and other situations, like their dependence on older people, including economical dependence. This makes them especially conditioned to the physical and social environment in which they live 22 .…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Although scarce, this kind of studies can be of great social relevance also to developing countries, such as Brazil (Diniz, Piccolo, Paula Couto, Salles, & Koller, 2013;Raffaelli, Koller, & Cerqueira-Santos, 2012), which have a large number of vulnerable children and adolescents due to high levels of social inequality or sociocultural characteristics (United Nations Children's Fund [UNICEF], 2012). In view of this reality that can maximize the risk factors for childhood development, a greater understanding of possible protective factors that are able to reduce the effects of these problems on the lives of individuals is required (Fonseca, Sena, Santos, Dias, & Costa, 2013;Koller & Lisboa, 2007;Poletto, Koller, & Dell'Aglio, 2009). This understanding can encourage the development of interventions focused on family and school contexts aimed at the full development of Brazilian children.…”
Section: Familia Y Escuela En El Desarrollo Socioemocional En La Infamentioning
confidence: 99%
“…However, families are also subject to the adverse conditions existing in the socioeconomic context in which they are inserted, such as high rates of unemployment, lack of basic sanitation, family disorganization, among others, which could harm child development (Fonseca et al, 2013). Given that, we highlight the role of school as one of the social institutions responsible for the implementation of the rights of children and adolescents, by meeting not just their school demands, but also their socioemotional demands (Faleiros & Faleiros, 2008).…”
Section: Final Considerationsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Tudo isso torna esses indivíduos muito vulneráveis, tanto social quanto emocionalmente, podendo gerar problemas de saúde, comportamentos inadequados (como o uso de drogas), ou mesmo o isolamento social (FONSECA et al, 2013).…”
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