Teaching Adolescent AD/HD Boys Through Self-sufficient Reward Control: A Sociological Investigation

Teaching Adolescent AD/HD Boys Through Self-sufficient Reward Control: A Sociological Investigation

By: Lee Partridge (author)Hardback

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This research utilizes a symbolic interactionist framework and grounded theory methodology to generate a substantive theory regarding how adolescent boys diagnosed with AD/HD respond to their teachers' efforts to moderate their actions. The theoretical propositions which were developed from the study have immediate and practical implications for teachers, school administrators and parents.

Contents

1. Introduction; 2. Background; 3. Literature Review; 4. Methodology; 5. Specific Background to the Theory of 'Self- Sufficient Reward Control; 6. Propositions Relating to Phase 1 Theory 'Self- Sufficient Reward Control'; 7. Proposition Relating to Phase 2 Theory of 'Self- Sufficient Reward Control'; 8. Proposition Relating to Phase 3 Theory of 'Self-Sufficient Reward Control'; 9. Proposition Relating to the Category of Preferred Activity (Habitual Act); 10. Summary, Discussion and Conclusion; References; Appendices; Appendix A: Diagnostic Criteria for AD/HD; Appendix B: Findings and Recommendations of the Education and Health Standing Committee Report, (2004). Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder in Western Australia; Appendix C: Participant Details Including Rating Scale Results and Sociometric Ratings; Appendix D: Form Used to Collect Sociometric Data Within Study Population; Appendix E: Teacher Questionnaire; Index.

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9780773438088
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 172
  • ID: 9780773438088
  • ISBN10: 0773438084

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