Published October 2, 1986 by Harvard University Press .
Written in EnglishRead online
|Contributions||Martin Richards (Editor), Paul Light (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||336|
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In Children of Social Worlds, leading social scientists show how much is lost by this approach. Their underlying assumption is that children’s psychological development can be understood only in the context of the social worlds in which they grow up and that the disciplinary boundaries of traditional psychology must be expanded.
Chapters explore how children’s social competencies reflect the features of the social worlds in which they live and grow. In addition, chapters examine the extent that different cultural value orientations manifest in children’s social functioning and escribes how parents in autonomy-oriented cultures tend to value different social skills.
This book addresses cultural variability in children’s social worlds, examining the acquisition, development, and use of culturally relevant social competencies valued in diverse cultural contexts.
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The culmination of twenty years of research, this book is a cross-cultural exploration of the ways in which age, gender, and culture affect the development of social behavior in children. The authors and their associates observed children between the ages of two and ten going about their daily lives in communities in Africa, India, the.
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Born in Paris inGéraldine Collet studied modern history and taught for 14 years, first in the Seine-Saint-Denis department, then in the Aisne, in the city of Saint-Quentin where she currently lives. She is now a full-time author and writes principally for young readers.
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Socialization is critical both to individuals and to the societies in which they live. It illustrates how completely intertwined human beings and their social worlds are. First, it is through teaching culture to new members that a society perpetuates itself.
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Housed by the University of Arizona College of Education, Worlds of Words exposes children to different cultures through its collection of international literature.
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Children as readers of picture books and the ways they respond to, and make meaning from, such texts are the focus of this article, which reports on a small-scale study undertaken in Norway and Wales, UK. The theoretical framing of the research draws on concepts of the multimodal ensemble in picture books and of the reading event as part of a social : Adela Baird, Janet Laugharne, Eva Maagerø, Elise Seip Tønnessen.
In celebration of World Book Day, Twitter has released data about which children’s authors have the most followers on the social media site. Introduction 1. The Common Worlds of Children and Animals 2.
Children, Kangaroos, and Deer: An Ethics of Multispecies Conviviality 3. Children, Ants, and Worms: An Environmental Ethics of Mutual Vulnerability 4.
Children, Bilbies, and Spirit Bears: A Decolonising Ethics of Ecological Reconciliation 5. In the book "The Development of Imagination: The Private Worlds of Childhood," authors David Cohen and Stephen MacKeith identified 57 imaginary worlds but considered them to.
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Children as readers of picture books and the ways they respond to, and make meaning from, such texts are the focus of this article, which reports on a small-scale study undertaken in Norway and Wales, UK.
The theoretical framing of the research draws on concepts of the multimodal ensemble in picture books and of the reading event as part of a social : Adela Baird, Janet Laugharne, Eva Maagerø, Elise Seip Tønnessen.
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