The cross-cultural approach to the study of personality is based in the discipline of cultural anthropology, but involves also the extensive use of the theoretical findings and methodological devices of a number of other disciplines-human, especially child, development, dynamic psychiatry, learning theory, clinical psychology, studies of ment, Gestalt psychology, and most.
Robert A. LeVine is a professor emeritus of education and anthropology at Harvard University . He has been investigating child rearing and development for more than 50 years, in Africa, Asia, and Latin America. Introduction: Robert A. LeVine and Rebecca S. New. Part I: Discovering Diversity in Childhood: Early Works:. I recommend this book as a good introduction to the study of child development that draws upon anthropology's unique ability to hone in on both the extraordinary complex phenomenon of individual childhood agency and the social constructions ilia1 lend . bind and limit our notions of children as social actors.
Anthropology and Child Development book.
LeVine, Robert A. & New, Rebecca Staples. Anthropology and child development : a cross-cultural reader. Blackwell anthologies in social and cultural anthropology ; 11. Full contents. LeVine, Robert A. and New, Rebecca Staples. Introduction, Robert A. LeVine, Rebecca S. pt. I. Discovering diversity in childhood : early works. 1. Plasticity in child development, Franz Boas. 2. The ethnography of childhood, Margaret Mead. 3. Childhood in the Trobriand Islands, Melanesia, Bronislaw Malinowski.
Similar books and articles. Anthropology and Child Development: A CrossCultural Reader. Robert A. LeVine & Sarah E. LeVine - 2001 - Ethos: Journal of the Society for Psychological Anthropology 29 (3):259-270. The Child: An Encyclopedic Companion. Richard . hweder, Ed.
Anthropology and child development: A cross-cultural reader. RA LeVine, RS New, J Wiley. AL Richman, RA LeVine, RS New, GA Howrigan, B Welles-Nystrom,. New directions for child development, 1988. Social constructivist theory and principles of inclusion: Challenges for early childhood special education. BL Mallory, RS New. The Journal of Special Education 28 (3), 322-337, 1994.
Introduction: Robert A. Ne. art I: Discovering Diversity in Childhood: Early Works:. Plasticity in Child Development: Franz Boas. Parental Goals and Practices:. The Comparative Study: Robert A. LeVine, Suzanne Dixon, Sarah E. LeVine, Amy Richman, Constance Keefer, P. Herbert Liederman and T. Berry Brazelton. Infant Care in the Kalahari Desert: Melvin J. Konner. Multiple Caretaking in the Ituri Forest: Edward Z. Tronick, Gilda A. Morelli and Steve Winn. Fathers and Infants among Aka Pygmies: Barry S. Hewlett.
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Robert A LeVine: Publications. Anthropology and Child Development: A Cross-Cultural Reader. Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishers. A major focus of his has been the cultural aspects of parenthood and child development in Africa, Asia and Latin America, and other societies.
Not unexpectedly, LeVine and New - true scholars - have rendered a reader, a reference, and a stunningly prescient volume that should be savored . This book presents a history of cross-cultural approaches to child-development.
Not unexpectedly, LeVine and New - true scholars - have rendered a reader, a reference, and a stunningly prescient volume that should be savored and studied, not merely read. Sharon Lynn Kagan, Columbia University.
Author: Robert A. LeVine,Rebecca S. New
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