By Uwe P. Gielen
Unique authors aspect cross-cultural concerns affecting young ones, together with parenting practices, gender position socialization, threat and resilience in formative years, and extra. The textual content demanding situations present ideals approximately adolescence improvement, bargains present learn on childrearing and socialization practices in diversified cultures, and examines social and academic rules as they relate to youngsters and teens. Socialization practices inside of households, groups, and academic settings are included.This quantity, which include either field-based and experimental examine, will entice practitioners, students, and scholars within the fields of kid psychology, cross-cultural psychology, anthropology, sociology, baby and family members reviews, and social paintings.
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Because cross-cultural research has multiplied in recent years, it is becoming possible for the first time in history to sketch a globally constructed and reasonably realistic picture of how children and adolescents develop, learn, adjust, thrive, and suffer in their increasingly multicultural environments. Part II: Childcare and Parenting The three contributions to Part II are united by a shared focus on childcare and parent-child relationships. These are investigated within the context of specific empirical studies conducted in a variety of cultural and ecological settings.
Childhood and Adolescence: Cross-Cultural Perspectives and Applications (Advances in Applied Developmental Psychology) by Uwe P. Gielen