Parent-Child Socialization In Diverse Cultures

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For applied developmental psychologists (professionals or graduate students) provides detailed descriptions of dramatically diverse cultures, addressing the role of culture in the functioning of families and the socialization of children (and providing readers with the basis for an increased sensitivity to the ways culture influences every aspect of life). Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Table of Contents

Introduction, Irving Sigel

Parent-Child Interactions in Urban Indian Families in New Delhi: Are They Changing?, Jaipaul L. Roopnarine and Ziarat Hossain

Chinese Families, Harold W. Stevenson, Chaunsheng Chen, and Shinying Lee

A Comparison of the Parent-Child Relationship in Japan and the United States, Alan Fogel, Marguerite Stevenson Barratt, and Daniel Messinger

The Socialization of Australian Boys and Girls in Middle Childhood for Independence and Achievement, Alan Russell and Graeme Russell

Family and Socialization in Turkey, Cigdem Kagitcibasi and Diane Sunar

Moral Socialization of the Child in the Soviet Union from Birth to Age Seven, E.V. Subbotskii

The Socialization of Instrumental Competence in Families in the United States, D. Bruce Carter and Wendy A. Middlemiss

The Parent-Child Relationship and Socialization in the Context of Modern Childhood: The Case of Sweden, Gunilla Dahlberg

Family and Parent-Child Relations in Spain, Jesus Palacios

Families in Puerto Rico: An Analysis of the Socialization Process from a Macrostructural Perspective, Sheila Ortiz Archilla

Mother-Infant Interactions of Haitian Immigrants and Black Americans Living in Miami, Tiffany M. Field, Susan M. Widmayer, Sherilyn Adler, and Mercedes de Cubas

Family Relationships and Patterns of Childrearing in the Caribbean, Garrett Lange

Parenting in Polynesia: A View from the Marquesas, Mary Martini and John Kirkpatrick

The Parent-Infant Relationship and Social-Emotional Development Among Aka Pygmies, Barry S. Hewlett

The Cultural Context of Socialization: A Much Ignored Issue!, Jaipaul L. Roopnarine and D. Bruce Carter

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Subject Index

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