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Child, family, school, community : socialization and support

Author: Roberta Berns
Publisher: Belmont, CA : Wadsworth/Thomson Learning, ©2004.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Roberta Berns
ISBN: 0534525199 9780534525194
OCLC Number: 53007156
Description: xviii, 622 pages : illustrations ; 27 cm
Contents: 1. Ecology of the child --
Prologue : then and now --
Ecology, change, and children --
Socialization and child development --
Socialization as a unique human process --
Socialization as a reciprocal dynamic process --
Socialization as an international and unintentional process --
Socialization, change, and challenge --
Parents, children, and social change --
Change and the concept of childhood --
Change and socialization --
Examining socialization in an ecological context --
Microsystems --
Mesosystems --
Exosystems --
Macrosystems --
Interaction of ecological systems over time : the chronosystem --
Society, change, and consequences --
Change and societal trends --
Change and consequences --
Epilogue --
Summary --
Activity --
Research terms --
Related readings. 2. Ecology of socialization --
Prologue : then and now --
Aims of socialization --
Develop a self-concept --
Enable self-regulation --
Empower achievement --
Acquire appropriate social roles --
Implement developmental skills --
Agents of socialization --
The family --
Schools and child care --
Peers --
Mass media --
The community --
Methods of socialization --
Affective methods (effect emerges from feeling) --
Operant methods (effect emerges from acting) --
Observational methods (Effect emerges from imitating) --
Cognitive methods : effect emerges from information processing --
Sociocultural methods (effect emerges from conforming) --
Apprenticeship methods (effect emerges from guided participation) --
Outcomes of socialization --
Values --
Attitudes --
Motives and attributes --
Self-esteem --
Self-regulation/behavior --
Morals --
Gender roles --
Epilogue --
Summary --
Activity --
Research terms --
Related readings. 3. Ecology of the family --
Prologue : then and now --
Family systems --
Basic structures --
Basic functions --
Family transitions --
Structural changes --
Functional changes --
Macrosystem influences on families, socialization, and children --
Socioeconomic status --
Ethnic orientation --
Religious orientation --
Chronosystem influences on families, socialization, and children --
Sociopolitical changes --
Economic changes --
Technological changes --
Meeting the challenge of change : family empowerment --
Epilogue --
Summary --
Activity --
Research terms --
Related readings. 4. Ecology of parenting --
Prologue : then and now --
Parenting --
Macrosystem influences on parenting --
Political ideology --
Culture --
Socioeconomic status --
Ethnicity/religion --
Chronosystem influences on parenting --
Historical trends --
Family dynamics --
Parenting styles --
Microsystem influences : between parent and child --
Mesosystem influences : between parent and others --
Appropriate parenting practices --
Developmental appropriateness --
Guidance and discipline --
Inappropriate parenting practices --
Child maltreatment : abuse and neglect --
Correlates and consequences of child maltreatment --
Epilogue --
Summary --
Activity --
Research terms --
Related readings. 5. Ecology of child care --
Prologue : then and now --
Child care --
What is quality care? --
Macrosystem influences on child care --
Chronosystem influences on child care --
Correlates and consequences of child care --
Child care and psychological development --
Child care and social development --
Child care and cognitive development --
Mesosystem influences on child care --
Child care and the school and community --
Child care and the government and business --
Child care and socialization --
Socialization effects of different preschool programs --
Socialization effects of child care ideologies --
Developmentally appropriate caregiving --
Collaborative caregiving --
Caregivers and child protection --
Epilogue --
Summary --
Activity --
Research terms --
Related readings. 6. Ecology of the school --
Prologue : then and now --
The school's function as a socializing agent --
Macrosystem influences on schools --
Factors in educational decisions --
School choice --
Diversity and equity : gender, ethnicity, religion, and special needs--
Chronosystem influences on schools --
Adaptations to social change --
Technology --
Violence --
Substance use/abuse --
Mesosystem influences --
School-child linkages --
School-family linkages --
School-peer group linkages --
School-media linkages --
School-community linkages --
Epilogue --
Summary --
Activity --
Research terms --
Related readings. 7. Ecology of teaching --
Prologue : then and now --
The teacher's role as a socializing agent --
Teacher characteristics and student learning --
Teachers as leaders --
Teachers as managers --
Teacher expectations --
Student characteristics and teacher interaction --
Gender --
Ethnicity --
Learning styles --
Disability --
Children at risk : poverty, substance abuse, and violence --
Macrosystem and chronosystem influences on teaching --
Philosophies of teaching and learning --
Socialization outcomes of different classroom contexts --
Accountability and standardization --
Mesosystem influences on teaching --
Families empowering student success : involvement in learning --
Schools empowering student success : developmentally appropriate learning and assessment --
Epilogue --
Summary --
Activity --
Research terms --
Related readings. 8. Ecology of the peer group --
Prologue : then and now --
The peer group as a socializing agent --
The significance of peers to development --
Psychological development : emotions --
Social development : social competence --
Cognitive development : social cognition --
Peer group socializing mechanisms --
Macrosystem influences on the peer group : developmental tasks --
Getting along with others --
Developing morals and values --
Learning appropriate sociocultural roles --
Achieving personal independence and identity --
Chronosystem influences on the peer group : play/activities --
The significance and development of play --
Infant/toddler peer activities (birth to age 2) --
Early childhood peer activities (age 2-5) --
Middle childhood/preadolescent peer activities (age 6-12) --
Adolescent peer activities (age 13 and up) --
Peer group interaction --
Development of friendship --
Acceptance/neglect/rejection by peers --
Peer sociotherapy --
Peer group dynamics and social hierarchies --
Inclusion and exclusion --
Bullies/victims --
Gangs --
Peer collaboration, tutoring, and counseling --
Mesosystem influences on the peer group --
Adult-mediated group interaction --
Adult leadership styles --
Team sports --
Epilogue --
Summary --
Activity --
Research terms --
Related readings. 9. Ecology of the mass media --
Prologue : then and now --
Understanding mass media --
Chronosystem influences on mass media --
Macrosystem influences on mass media --
Pictorial media : television and movies --
Concerns about television and movies --
Mediating influences on socialization outcomes --
Mesosystem influences --
Print media : books and magazines --
The power of print media : literacy --
How books and magazines socialize children --
Concerns about books and magazines --
Books, socialization, and developmental levels of children --
Sound media : popular music --
Interactive media and multimedia --
Computers and the Internet --
Epilogue --
Summary --
Activity --
Research terms --
Related readings. 10. Ecology of the community --
Prologue : then and now --
Community : structure and functions --
The community's influence on socialization --
Physical factors --
Economic factors --
Social and personal factors --
The community as a learning environment --
The community as a support system --
Chronosystem and macrosystem influences on community services --
Preventive, supportive, and rehabilitative services --
Creating caring communities --
Economic assistance --
Health care --
Support for families --
Special child care services --
Mesosystem influence : linking community services to families and schools --
Involvement and advocacy --
Types of advocacy groups --
Child protection and maltreatment --
Epilogue --
Summary --
Activity --
Research terms --
Related readings. 11. Affective/cognitive socialization outcomes --
Prologue : then and now --
Values --
Values, decisions, and consequences --
Attitudes --
Development of attitudes --
Influences of significant socializing agents on attitude development --
Changing attitudes about diversity --
Motives and attributes --
Achievement motivation --
Locus of control --
Learned helplessness --
Self-efficacy --
Self-esteem --
Development of self-esteem --
Influences on the development of self-esteem --
Epilogue --
Summary --
Activity --
Research terms --
Related readings. 12. Social/behavioral socialization outcomes --
Prologue : then and now --
Self-regulation/behavior --
Antisocial behavior : aggression --
Prosocial behavior : altruism --
Morals --
Development of a moral code --
Influences on moral development --
Gender roles --
Development of gender roles --
Gender-role research --
Influences on the development of gender roles --
Epilogue --
Summary --
Activity --
Research terms --
Related readings --
Appendix A. Developmental tasks in ten categories of behavior of the individual from birth to death --
Appendix B. Basic parenting styles --
Appendix C. How to choose a good early childhood program --
Appendix D. Teaching strategies for young children who have specific disabilities --
Appendix E. Teacher observation form for identifying preschool children who may require additional services --
Glossary.
Responsibility: Roberta M. Berns.

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