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The child [electronic resource] : an encyclopedic companion / editor in chief, Richard A. Shweder ; editors, Thomas R. Bidell ... [et al.]
E-books | University of Chicago Press | 2009
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1 online resource (xxxvii, 1105 p.) : ill.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
"Imagining each other" essays. How a green race car helped Randy cope with asthma -- Learning to weave in a Maya community -- Formality and fun in kinship relations among the Gusii -- Muslim children with autism learn to pray -- Perfecting gender in a New England boarding school -- Marks make the man in Kenya -- Aía ke ola i nā kūpuna: family-based care in native Hawaiian culture -- Launching a reproductive career in Kenya -- Empowering girls in Sierra Leone: initiation into the Bondo society -- Growing up hearing in a deaf family -- Literacy without schooling among the Vai of Liberia -- Trial by fire: emotional socialization among Canadian Inuit -- The parenting style of a Turkish reformer -- Memories of childhood on an Israeli kibbutz -- A far-flung fairy tale: beauty and the beast -- Learning to like chili peppers -- Treating Hmong children in America: two case studies -- Educated at home in the United States -- Summer camp for diabetic children: a stigma-free zone -- Our language: a friendship that transcended linguistic and cultural borders -- The luminous books of childhood -- Counting on the body: arithmetic learning in Oksapmin culture -- A Hindu Brahman boy is born again -- The color brown -- Italian children and the mysterious La Befana -- Learning to fictionalize in the Black Belt of Alabama -- Some prodigious pretenders -- Girls as adversarial virtuosos -- Using rap to re-create a Southern heritage -- An African American grandmother combats racial hatred -- Early childhood education in Japan -- The school of the republic: Muslim girls' dress and identities in French public schools -- Parents as deities in Hindu family life -- To know shame is to be near courage: moral socialization in Taipei -- Children as family caregivers in Mexico -- Dream interpretation in the Amazon -- On infants sleeping alone -- The mathematical life of Brazilian street children -- Tourette syndrome in Indian Ayurvedic medical practice -- A refugee's childhood in the West Bank -- Work before play for Yucatec Maya children.
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Shweder, Richard A.
Bidell, Thomas R.
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Print version: Child. Chicago : University of Chicago Press, 2009 9780226475394 0226475395 (DLC) 2008043805
0226756114 (electronic bk.)
9780226756110 (electronic bk.)
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