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Japanese childrearing : two generations of scholarship

Author: 土居, 健郎 ; ; David W Shwalb; Barbara J Shwalb
Publisher: New York : Guilford Press, ©1996.
Series: Culture and human development.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This illuminating new book integrates the past half century of cross-cultural research on Japanese childrearing and socialization, placing current findings in their historical context and offering concrete suggestions for new research. Coupling studies by influential senior scholars with reaction papers by younger-generation researchers, the book illustrates the lasting value of past scholarship and mentoring while  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: 土居, 健郎 ; ; David W Shwalb; Barbara J Shwalb
ISBN: 1572300817 9781572300811
OCLC Number: 34475373
Description: xxiv, 323 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Contents: Introduction: looking back / David W. Shwalb and Barbara J. Shwalb --
From productive dependents to precious guests: historical changes in Japanese children / Hiroko Hara and Mieko Minagawa --
Are Japanese young children among the gods? / Shing-Jen Chen --
Psychocultural continuities in Japanese social motivation / George A. De Vos --
Socialization and school adaptation: on the lifework of George De Vos / Curtis A. Vaughan --
Adult to child in Japan: interaction and relations / Betty B. Lanham and Regina J. Garrick --
The contributions of Betty Lanham: a neglected legacy / Catherine Lewis. William Caudill and the reproduction of culture: infant, child, and maternal behaviour in Japan and the United States / Carmi Schooler --
Production and reproduction of culture: the dynamic role of mothers and children in early socialization / Susan D. Holloway and Masahiko Minami --
Urban middle-class Japanese family life, 1958-1996: a personal and evolving perspective / Suzanne Hall Vogel --
Japan's old-time new middle class / Ezra F. Vogel --
Renewing the new middle class: Japan's next families / Merry White. Cross-national research on child development: the Hess-Azuma collaboration in retrospect / Hiroshi Azuma --
Maternal and cultural socialization for schooling: lessons learned and prospects ahead / Sandra Machida --
The transmission of culturally linked behavior systems through maternal behavior: nature versus nurture revisited / Nancy Shand --
Longitudinal research in a cultural context: reflections, prospects, challenges / Per F. Gjerde --
Conclusions: looking ahead / David W. Shwalb and Barbara J. Shwalb.
Series Title: Culture and human development.
Other Titles: Japanese child rearing
Responsibility: David W. Shwalb, Barbara J. Shwalb, editors ; foreword by Takeo Doi.
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