Childhood and Growing up-Globalization & Deprivation MCQ


Target B.Ed


  • Globalization is the spread of products, technology, information, and jobs across national borders.
  • It describes an interdependence of nations around the globe.
  • Ill impacts of globalization on children of developing nation like India are Child labour, exploitation of the form of prostitution and pornography 


  • A state of deprivation means something is missing.
  • Word deprive means to keep something away from someone
  •  Deprivation means the state of not having something. Poor people experience a lot of deprivation: poverty keeps them from having enough food or shelter. Plants experiencing water deprivation will shrivel up and die.


  • Socio-economically and culturally deprived children have their own specific characteristics
  • Cognitive and Perceptual Characteristics
  • Personality and Motivational characteristics 
  • Environmental Characteristics


  • The original meaning of the verb “to marginalize” was this: “to write notes in the margin of.”
  • The act of treating someone or something as if they are not important
  • Causes of Educational Marginalisation 

Household Poverty

Child labour


HIV or Aids   


Amalgamation and rapid unification between countries can be identified as

(A) Globalization 

(B) Liberalisation 

(C) Socialisation  

(D) Privatisation

Globalization has improved in the living structure of

(A) All the people

(B) Workers in developing countries

(C) People in developed countries  

(D) None of the above.

In a situation of less participation of students belonging to a deprived group in teaching – learning process, a teacher should

(A) Ask the children to withdraw from school. 

(B) Accept this situation as it is.

(C) Lower her expectations from such students.

(D) reflect on her own teaching and find ways to improve student’s involvement.

Which of the following is good advice for any child and adolescent mental and behavioral disorder? Choose the best answer:

(A) The carer can use threats or physical punishment if a child has problematic behavior.

(B) The carer should remove the child from mainstream school as soon as possible.

(C) The carer can use other aids such as television or computer games instead of spending time with the child.

(D) The carer should give loving attention to the child every day and look for opportunities to spend time with them.

Marginalization means

(A) At the center of thing

(B) Forced to occupy the side 

(C) Both (a) & (b)

(D) None of these

Certain groups feels marginalized due to factors, like

(A) Social and cultural 

(B) Economic

(C) Political

(D) All of these

Causes of educational marginalization

(A) Household poverty/ People in slums 

(B) Child labour

(C) Disability

(D) All of these 

In social environment, Marginalization is due to

(A) Different Language 

(B) Different Religion 

(C) Minority

(D) All of these

Factors helps in overcoming educational marginalization

(A) Accessibility & Affordability

(B) Learning Environment

(C) Entitlement and Opportunities

(D) All of these

In which of the following stages do children become active members of their peer group? 

(A) Adulthood

(B) Childhood 

(C) Adolescence

(D) Early childhood

Define Adolescence

(A) Process or state of growing to maturity

(B) Process of growing from adulthood to old age 

(C) When you get old

(D) When you are a child

What is the range of adolescence?

(A) 31-39 

(B) 51-59 

(C) 11-19

(D) 21-29

Peer pressure is

(A) Always negative

(B) Means conforming to your friends 

(C) Increases throughout adolescence

(D) Has not effect on adults

When people your age try to influence you to believe or act like them it is called?

(A) Communication

(B) Peer pressure

(C) Friendship

(D) Negotiation

Peer Pressure can be…

(A) Positive

(B) Negative 

(C) Neither

(D) Positive or Negative

Which of the following is a common thinking of adolescents?

(A) It won’t happen to me (invincibility)

(B) Imaginary audience (everyone is looking at me)

(C) Personal fable ( no one else can possibly understand) 

(D) Egocentric thought ( thoughts focus on self)

(E) All of the above

Emotional fluctuations in adolescence are caused by

(A) Hormonal changes and brain in development 

(B) Hormonal imbalances

(C) Lead to a need for professional counseling

(D) Environmental factors

Characteristics of Adolescence

(A) Physical development is very fast

(B) Emotional instability

(C) Become Egoist 

(D) Hero worship 

(E) All of these

Characteristics of mental development in Adolescence

(A) Abstract thinking 

(B) Imaginative thinking 

(C) Permanent memory

(D) Logic and Interest

(E) All of these

Under Socialization a child learns

(A) Social cultures

(B) Social norms

(C) Social behavior 

(D) Social Adaptation 

(E) All of these

In studying children’s conceptions of friendship it is found that

(A) younger school age children do not have a conception of ‘friendship’

(B) intimacy and commitment are important even for young children

(C) intimacy and commitment are important by 6 to 8 years

(D) intimacy and commitment become important in adolescence

Adolescents may experience

(A) feeling of self-actualization

(B) feeling of satisfaction about life

(C) anxiety and concern about themselves

(D) feeling of fear about sins committed in childhood.

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