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How Culture Shapes Social-Emotional Development : Implications for Practice in Infant-Family Program
Monimalika Day, PhD
Zero to Three / Booklet/Pamphlet / Dec 2003
9780943657745 (ISBN-10: 0943657741)
Infant, Child & Adolescent / Couple & Family Studies
price: $24.50 (may be subject to change)
32 pages
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Written for program leaders and practitioners, this booklet examines how culture shapes children's fundamental learning about themselves, their emotions, and their way of interacting and relating to others. It includes recommendations for providing culturally responsive services, and an explanation of cultural reciprocity, a framework for resolving cultural dilemmas. Activities are provided that feature a range of infant-family settings. This is the third title in the "Promoting Social-Emotional Development Series" from the Zero to Three Center for Program Excellence.
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