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    Children in changing worlds : sociocultural and temporal perspectives / edited by Ross D. Parke, Glen H. Elder Jr.
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    Cambridge, [United Kingdom] ; New York, [New York] : Cambridge University Press, a part of Cambridge University , [2019]
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  • Children -- United States -- Social conditions.
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  • Children -- United States -- History -- 20th century.
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  • Child development -- United States -- History -- 20th century.
  • ISBN: 
    9781108417105
    1108417108
    9781108404464
    1108404464
    Description: 
    xviii, 309 pages : illustrations (black and white) ; 23 cm
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    Part I. Theoretical and methodological approaches: a cross-disciplinary challenge: -- 1. Theoretical orientation, methodological advances, and a guide to the volume / Ross D. Parke and Glen H. Elder, Jr. -- Part II. Historical and life course transitions: economic and demographic change: 2. When societal events occur in lives: developmental linkages and turning points / Glen H. Elder, Jr. and Martha J. Cox -- 3. Entering adulthood in the great recession: a tale of three countries / Ingrid Schoon and John Bynner -- 4. Developmental risk and resilience in the context of devastation and forced migration / Ann S. Masten, Frosso Motti-Stefanidi, and Hayley A. Rahl-Brigman -- 5. Children's migratory paths between cultures: the effects of migration experiences on the adjustment of children and families / Amy K. Marks, G. Alice Woolverton, and Cynthia García Coll -- 6. Education in historical and cultural perspective / Robert Crosnoe -- Part III. Social, legal, and technological change: impact on children: -- 7. The urban world of minority and majority children / Tama Leventhal, Julius Anastasio, and Veronique Dupéré -- 8. Changing family forms: the implications for children's development / Ross D. Parke -- 9. Communication technologies and social transformation: their impact on human development / Patricia M. Greenfield -- Part IV. Views of the interdisciplinary dialogue: from developmental science and sociology: -- 10. A developmentalist's viewpoint: "It's about time!" Ecological systems, transaction, and specificity as key developmental principles in children's changing worlds / Marc H. Bornstein -- 11. A sociologist's perspective: the historic specificity of development and resilience in the face of increasingly ominous futures / Jeylan T. Mortimer.
    Summary: 
    As noted in the preface, the underlying message of the original volume "Children in Time and Place: Developmental and Historical Insights" stressed the importance of recognizing that children's development is best understood when placed in a specific historical and life course developmental context. The current formulation updates this perspective by focusing more explicitly on the socio-cultural aspects as well.
    Children live in rapidly changing times that require them to constantly adapt to new economic, social, and cultural conditions. In this book, a distinguished, interdisciplinary group of scholars explores the issues faced by children in contemporary societies, such as discrimination in school and neighborhoods, the emergence of new family forms, the availability of new communication technologies, and economic hardship, as well as the stresses associated with immigration, war, and famine. The book applies a historical, cultural, and life-course developmental framework for understanding the factors that affect how children adjust to these challenges, and offers a new perspective on how changing historical circumstances alter children's developmental outcomes. It is ideal for researchers and graduate students in developmental and educational psychology or the sociology and anthropology of childhood. (Publisher)
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