The Effects of Institutional Care on Children

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Harutai Kamolsirisakul

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This article points out the effects of institutionalization on children in various aspects of development such as physical development, cognitive development, behavioral development, social and emotional development, psychological development and attachment disorder. It also discusses theories on youth motivation and engagement so that practitioners can use when working on an implementation of youth development.

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