ISBN-10:
1593859775
ISBN-13:
9781593859770
Pub. Date:
09/01/2008
Publisher:
Guilford Publications, Inc.
Handbook of Socialization, First Edition: Theory and Research / Edition 1

Handbook of Socialization, First Edition: Theory and Research / Edition 1

by Joan E. Grusec, Paul D. Hastings

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Overview

Bringing together leading authorities, this handbook reviews the breadth of current knowledge on socialization processes from earliest childhood through adolescence and beyond. Contributors present cutting-edge theories and findings pertaining to family, peer, school, community, media, and other influences on individual development. The important, growing areas of genetics and biology, cultural psychology, and affective science are given particular attention. Essential topics include the effects on children of different parenting strategies and family structures; factors that shape gender development, emotional competence, and achievement motivation; the role of relationships in the socialization process; and strategies for intervention with antisocial youth.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781593859770
Publisher: Guilford Publications, Inc.
Publication date: 09/01/2008
Edition description: First Edition
Pages: 720
Product dimensions: 6.90(w) x 9.90(h) x 1.40(d)

About the Author

Joan E. Grusec, PhD, is Professor of Psychology at the University of Toronto. Her research interests focus on the impact of parenting on children’s socialization as well as determinants of parenting practices. She is the author or editor of several books, including Parenting and Children’s Internalization of Values: A Handbook of Contemporary Theory (coedited with Leon Kuczynski). She is a former Associate Editor of Developmental Psychology.
 
Paul D. Hastings, PhD, is Associate Professor of Psychology in the Centre for Research in Human Development at Concordia University in Montreal, Quebec. He completed his graduate studies at the University of Toronto and postdoctoral fellowships at the University of Waterloo and the National Institute of Mental Health. His research interests are focused on the joint contributions of socialization influences and physiological regulation to trajectories of adaptive and maladaptive development.

Table of Contents


Introduction   Joan E. Grusec   Paul D. Hastings     1
Historical and Methodological Perspectives on Socialization
Historical Overview of Socialization Research and Theory   Eleanor E. Maccoby     13
Socialization and Interventions for Antisocial Youth   Timothy A. Cavell   Shelley Hymel   Kenya T. Malcolm   Amy Seay
Socialization within Biological Frameworks
An Evolutionary Approach to Socialization   David A. Beaulieu   Daphne Blunt Bugental     71
Evidence from Behavioral Genetics for Environmental Contributions to Antisocial Conduct   Terrie E. Moffitt   Avshalom Caspi     96
The Influence of Early Socialization Experiences on the Development of Biological Systems   Rena Repetti   Shelley E. Taylor   Darby Saxbe     124
Temperament, Parenting, and Socialization   John E. Bates   Gregory S. Pettit     153
Socialization across the Lifespan
Early Socialization: A Relationship Perspective   Deborah Laible   Ross A. Thompson     181
Socialization in Emerging Adulthood: From the Family to the Wider World, from Socialization to Self-Socialization   Jeffrey Jensen Arnett     208
Socialization in Old Age   Karen L. Fingerman   Lindsay Pitzer     232
Socialization within the Family
Agency and Bidirectionality in Socialization: Interactions, Transactions, and Relational Dialectics   Leon Kuczynski   C. Melanie Parkin     259
Socialization in the Family: The Roles of Parents   Joan E. Grusec   Maayan Davidov     284
Siblings and Socialization   Judy Dunn     309
Socialization in the Context of Family Diversity   Charlotte J. Patterson   Paul D. Hastings     328
Socialization outside the Family
Peers and Socialization: Effects on Externalizing and Internalizing Problems   William M. Bukowski   Mara Brendgen   Frank Vitaro     355
Socialization in School Settings   Kathryn R. Wentzel   Lisa Looney     382
Media and Youth Socialization: Underlying Processes and Moderators of Effects   Eric P. Dubow   L. Rowell Huesmann   Dara Greenwood     404
Class and Cultural Perspectives on Socialization
Social Class and Socialization in Families   Rand D. Conger   Shannon J. Dogan     433
Do Roots and Wings Complement or Oppose One Another?: The Socialization of Relatedness and Autonomy in Cultural Context   Fred Rothbaum   Gisela Trommsdorff     461
Children's Development of Cultural Repertoires through Participation in Everyday Routines and Practices   Barbara Rogoff   Leslie Moore   Behnosh Najafi   Amy Dexter   Maricela Correa-Chavez   Jocelyn Solis     490
Emotion Socialization from a Cultural Perspective   Pamela M. Cole   Patricia Z. Tan     516
Acculturation   John W. Berry     543
Targets of Socialization
The Socialization of Gender   Campbell Leaper   Carly Kay Friedman     561
The Socialization of Cognition   Mary Gauvain   Susan M. Perez     588
The Socialization of Emotional Competence   Susanne A. Denbam   Hideko H. Bassett   Todd Wyatt     614
The Socialization of Prosocial Development   Paul D. Hastings   William T. Utendale   Caroline Sullivan     638
Families, Schools, and Developing Achievement-Related Motivations and Engagement   Jacquelynne S. Eccles     665
Author Index     692
Subject Index     710

Interviews

Researchers and students in developmental psychology; also of interest to clinical psychologists, social psychologists, educators, and sociologists. May serve as a supplemental text in advanced undergraduate- or graduate-level courses addressing socialization processes, developmental psychopathology, and related topics.

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