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Why Is Objectivity Important When Observing Children?

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Objectivity means to keep your own opinions, emotions, prejudices, and biases out of a situation. When applying objectivity in child care, it helps to teach the child the importance of; observing boundaries, the consequences of right and wrong, ineffectiveness of manipulation and other key character traits that will make them more responsible members of the society.
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It is important to be objective when observing because when we are objective we are expecting positive things about the child instead of talking about the child in a negative way.
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This is an odd question because if you are just observing children (in the sense of watching them kicking and screaming in the playground, say) then objectivity doesn't really come
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Not observing children isn't good they might get hurt when your not watching.
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To reduce the effect of researcher bias. This is why most scientific experiments are conducted in double blind studies, so that the prejudices, biases, and assumptions the researchers
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