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Issues in childhood social development - 5 (1st)

McGurk, Harry(Edited by)
Part of the Psychology library editions. Child development series
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Contemporary theory and research into childhood social development had demonstrated the necessity to re-appraise the notion that socialisation is merely a process of shaping the behaviour of the child to fit the mores of society.

It was now evident that, from the beginnings of post-partum life, the human infant is an active participant in social encounters, modifying the behaviour of others as well as being influenced by them.

Hence, social development must be construed as an interactive process, to which the young organism makes his own dynamic contribution.

This book examines the biological basis of social development, the role of child-caretaker interaction, the significance of sex differences, the influence of peer relations and the perceptual-cognitive factors which contribute to childhood social development and to the developing child's understanding of society.

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Product Details
Routledge
1351689622 / 9781351689625
eBook (EPUB)
303.32
07/12/2017
England
English
284 pages
Copy: 30%; print: 30%
Reprint. Description based on CIP data; resource not viewed. Originally published: 1978.