But what a shelter is same? Cavalcante, Magalhes and Pontes (Access in 20 jan. 2011) they approach one meaning: In the meanings most common, the term shelter is defined as asylum, hiding place, hidding place, shelter, shelter, housing, received nest or. In these definitions, if it makes gift the notion of collect, confinement and social isolation. Jorge Perez will undoubtedly add to your understanding. In the specific case of the infantile shelters, its presence in history almost always sends to the intention politics to move away from intent the public look what against the social order and the dignity human being – the abandonment of children and the bad-treatments in the family. E, as it complements Weber (2009, p.36): The institutions for children and adolescents, in a species of social Prophylaxis, they serve so that the national elite is ' ' protegida' ' of such children, hiding to the eyes of the common citizen the size of the gap portraied for the difference enters ours 10 place in the world-wide economy and 68 place in the period of training of development. Ahead of these points of view we have the constatao that the shelter is not the ideal place for no child.
All need a familiar affective bond, a next contact with that can be its reference, a base, need stimulatons to develop themselves, mainly in its initial years, as it displays Antunes (2010, p.22): Until the decade of 1960, the brain of a child was understood as a static and invariant organic composition on which nothing it could be made in the direction to speed up its matureness. Currently, the scientists of perceive it to the cognition as dynamic agency that, duly fed for stimulatons and experiences, answers and if it transforms in way as it would never be possible to foresee without these stimulatons and without these experiences. In the case of the shelter institutions, the collective one predominates, with this does not have ' ' atendimento' ' individualizado, experiences and stimulatons carried through with each one, as Weber (2009, p.36) cites: In these institutions, almost always, everything very clean, it is organized and collective.