This book examines the role parents play in their children's moral development and how this transmission of values occurs.
Partial table of contents:
HISTORICAL OVERVIEW OF PARENTAL INFLUENCE AND BIDIRECTIONALITY.
A History of Research on Parenting Strategies and Children's Internalization of Values (J. Grusec).
DEVELOPMENTAL CONTEXT OF PARENTING STRATEGIES AND VALUE INTERNALIZATION.
Internalization, Autonomy, and Relationships: Development During Adolescence (W. Collins, et al.).
PARENTING STRATEGIES AND CHILD OUTCOMES.
Attachment and the Transmission of Values (I. Bretherton, et al.).
PARENTING COGNITIONS: IMPLICATIONS FOR PARENTAL INFLUENCE AND BIDIRECTIONALITY.
Parenting Cognitions and Child Outcomes: An Overview and Implications for Children's Internalization of Values (J. Grusec, et al.).
PARENTAL INFLUENCE IN SOCIAL AND BIOLOGICAL CONTEXT.
Value Transmission in an Ecological Context: The High-Risk Neighborhood (J. Garbarino, et al.).
About the Editors:
JOAN E. GRUSEC, PhD, is Professor of Psychology at the University of Toronto, Canada. Professor Grusec has served on the editorial boards of several professional journals, and is currently on those of Developmental Psychology and Social Development. She is the coauthor of three previous books, including Social Development: History, Theory, and Research.
LEON KUCZYNSKI, PhD, is Associate Professor in the Department of Family Studies at the University of Guelph, Ontario, Canada. Dr. Kuczynski has served as an editorial consultant for Developmental Psychology, Child Development, and numerous other professional journals.