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Children's Ethnic Socialization : Pluralism and Development - Jean S. Phinney

Children's Ethnic Socialization

Pluralism and Development

By: Jean S. Phinney (Editor), M. J. Rotherham (Editor)

Paperback Published: 1st April 1987
ISBN: 9780803928169
Number Of Pages: 328

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How and why does ethnicity affect children? How do children come to understand their own and others' ethnicity? This valuable volume, published in cooperation with the Society for Research in Child Development, focuses on these important questions. It provides a synthesis of research and theory regarding children's ethnic socialization, considers the impact of ethnicity within a developmental framework and discusses the implications of findings for education, mental health and community services.

Definitions and Perspectives in the Study of Children's Ethnic Socialization
Ethnicity and the Young Child: Awareness, Attitudes and Self-Identification
The Development of Ethnic Self-identification and Attitudes
Young Children's Thinking About Ethnic Differences
A Social-Psychological Model of Ethnic Identity Development
Developmental and Social Processes in Ethnic Attitudes and Self-Identification
Minority Status and the Child
Black Children's Ethnic Identity Formation
Risk and Resilience of Castelike Minorities
A Two-Factor Theory of Black Identity
Implications for the Study of Identity Development in Minority Children
Ethnic Labeling and Identity Among Mexican-Americans
Later Childhood and Adolescence: Ethnic Identity and Ethnic Group Patterns
Ethnic Identity Development in Adolescents
The Role of Language in the Formation of Ethnic Identity
Ethnic Behavior Patterns as an Aspect of Identity
The Ethnic Component in Black Language and Culture
Historical Sociocultural Premises and Ethnic Socialization
The Study of Ethnicity: Emerging Themes and Implications
Combining Quantitative and Qualitative Components of Research on Ethnic Identity and Intergroup Relations
Children's Ethnic Socialization
Themes and Implications
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ISBN: 9780803928169
ISBN-10: 0803928165
Series: Sage Focus Editions
Audience: Professional
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 328
Published: 1st April 1987
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 21.54 x 14.07  x 2.13
Weight (kg): 0.44