Childhood and adolescence : cross-cultural perspectives and applications / edited by Uwe P. Gielen and Jaipaul Roopnarine.
Westport, Conn. :
|Series:||Advances in applied developmental psychology.
Table of Contents:
- The cross-cultural study of human development : an opinionated historical introduction / Uwe P. Gielen
- Cross-cultural research on childhood / Xinyin Chen and Violet Kaspar
- All the world's children : the impact of global demographic trends and economic disparities / Uwe P. Gielen and Oksana Chumachenko
- Literacy development in global perspective : a research and policy approach / Daniel A. Wagner
- Social contexts of weaning : the importance of cross-cultural studies / Hillary N. Fouts
- Challenging expert knowledge : findings from an African study of infant care and development / Robert A. LeVine
- Competence and satisfaction in parenting young children : an ecological, multivariate comparison of expressions and sources of self-evaluation in the United States and Argentina / Marc H. Bornstein ... [et al.]
- Gender roles in childhood and adolescence / Deborah L. Best
- Sibling interactions / Ashley E. Maynard
- Adoelscents in the developing world / Judith L. Gibbons
- Adolescence in the twenty-first century : a worldwide survey / Jeffrey Jensen Arnett
- The adaptation and acculturation of children from immigrant families / Andrew J. Fuligni
- Factors tied to the schooling of children of English-speaking Caribbean immigrants in the United States / Jaipaul Roopnarine, Pauline F. Bynow, and Ronald Singh
- The acquisition of English and maintenance of first language by immigrant children and adolescents in North America / Gisela Jia
- The changing developmental dynamics of children in particularly difficult circumstances : examples of street and war-traumatized children / Lewis Aptekar
- Cross-cultural perspectives on developmental psychopathology / Thomas M. Achenbach
- Cross-cultural human development : following the yellow brick road in search of new approaches for the twenty-first century / Harry W. Gardiner.