This highly regarded handbook remains the leading reference and advanced text on socialization. Foremost authorities review the breadth of current knowledge on socialization processes across the life span. Extensively revised with the latest theory and research, the second edition reflects exciting advances in genetics, biological and hormonal regulatory systems, and brain research. Contributors present cutting-edge theories and findings pertaining to family, peer, school, community, media, and other influences on individual development. Three themes guide the book: the interdependence of biology and experience, the bidirectionality of socialization processes, and the many contributing factors that interact to produce multiple socialization processes and pathways. New to This Edition *Revised structure reflects the diversity of socializing relationships in multiple contexts from infancy through adulthood. *Sections on biology and culture provide a dual framework and include new chapters on cross-cultural research, genetics, chronic family stress, and neuroscience. *Chapters on adolescence, new-employee organizational socialization, and cultivating the moral personality.
|Publisher:||Guilford Publications, Inc.|
|Edition description:||Second Edition|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 1.25(h) x 9.00(d)|
About the Author
Joan E. Grusec, PhD, is Professor Emerita in the Department of Psychology at the University of Toronto. Her research interests center on socialization in the family, with a particular focus on differentiating among domains of socialization as well as exploring underlying motivations for different forms of prosocial action. She has authored and edited numerous research papers, chapters, and books, and served as Associate Editor of Developmental Psychology. Paul D. Hastings, PhD, is Chair and Professor of Psychology at the University of California, Davis, where he is also a member of the Center for Mind and Brain. He completed his doctoral studies at the University of Toronto and postdoctoral training at the University of Waterloo, Ontario, and the National Institute of Mental Health. His research focuses on examining the contributions of neurobiological regulation and parental socialization to adaptive and maladaptive socioemotional development in children and adolescents. He has authored more than 90 research articles, chapters, and books.
Table of Contents
I. Historical Perspective on Socialization 1. Historical Overview of Socialization Research and Theory, Eleanor E. Maccoby II. Socialization across the Life Span 2. Early Socialization: The Influence of Close Relationships, Deborah Laible, Ross A. Thompson, & Jill Froimson 3. Socialization in Adolescence, Judith G. Smetana, Jessica Robinson, & Wendy M. Rote 4. Socialization in Emerging Adulthood: From the Family to the Wider World, from Socialization to Self-Socialization, Jeffrey Jensen Arnett 5. The Multifaceted Nature of Late-Life Socialization: Older Adults as Agents and Targets of Socialization, Gloria Luong, Antje Rauers, & Karen L. Fingerman III. Socialization in the Context of Different Relationships and Settings 6. Socialization as Dynamic Process: A Dialectical, Transactional Perspective, Leon Kuczynski, C. Melanie Parkin, and Robyn Pitman 7. Analyzing Socialization from a Domain-Specific Perspective, Joan E. Grusec & Maayan Davidov 8. Siblings, Judy Dunn 9. Socialization in the Context of Family Diversity, Charlotte J. Patterson, Rachel H. Farr, & Paul D. Hastings 10. Socialization and Experiences with Peers, William M. Bukowski, Melisa Castellanos, Frank Vitaro, & Mara Brendgen 11. Socialization in School Settings, Kathryn R. Wentzel 12. Media as Agents of Socialization, Sara Prot, Craig A. Anderson, Douglas A. Gentile, Wayne Warburton, Muniba Saleem, Christopher L. Groves, & Stephanie C. Brown 13. New-Employee Organizational Socialization: Adjusting to New Roles, Colleagues, and Organizations, Allison M. Ellis, Talya N. Bauer, & Berrin Erdogan IV. Biological Aspects of Socialization 14. An Evolutionary Approach to Socialization, Daphne Blunt Bugental, Randy Corpuz, & David A. Beaulieu 15. Socialization, Genetics, and Their Interplay in Development, Reut Avinun & Ariel Knafo-Noam 16. Temperament, Parenting, and Social Development, John E. Bates & Gregory S. Pettit 17. Biological and Psychological Processes Linking Chronic Family Stress to Substance Abuse and Obesity, Rena L. Repetti, Theodore F. Robles, & Bridget M. Reynolds 18. Caregiver Socialization Factors Influencing Socioemotional Development in Infancy and Childhood: A Neuroscience Perspective, Tahl I. Frenkel & Nathan A. Fox V. Cultural Perspectives on Socialization 19. Culture and Socialization, Xinyin Chen, Rui Fu, & Siman Zhao 20. Children Develop Cultural Repertoires through Engaging in Everyday Routines and Practices, Barbara Rogoff, Leslie C. Moore, Maricela Correa-Chávez, & Amy L. Dexter 21. Emotion Socialization from a Cultural Perspective, Pamela M. Cole & Patricia Z. Tan 22. Acculturation, John W. Berry VI. Targets of Socialization 23. The Socialization of Gender during Childhood and Adolescence, Campbell Leaper & Timea Farkas 24. The Socialization of Cognition, Mary Gauvain & Susan M. Perez 25. The Socialization of Emotional Competence, Susanne A. Denham, Hideko H. Bassett, & Todd Wyatt 26. Families, Schools, and Developing Achievement-Related Motivations and Engagement, Sandra D. Simpkins, Jennifer A. Fredricks, & Jacquelynne S. Eccles 27. Making Good: The Socialization of Children's Prosocial Development, Paul D. Hastings, Jonas G. Miller, & Natalie R. Troxel 28. Cultivating the Moral Personality: Socialization in the Family and Beyond, Michael W. Pratt & Sam A. Hardy
Researchers and students in developmental psychology; also of interest to clinical psychologists, social psychologists, educators, and sociologists. Will serve as a text in advanced undergraduate- and graduate-level courses including Social Development, Child Development, and Social and Personality Development.