Parental Belief Systems

The Psychological Consequences for Children

Publisher: Lawrence Erlbaum

Written in English
Published: Pages: 400 Downloads: 971
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Subjects:

  • Child & developmental psychology,
  • Child psychology,
  • Child rearing,
  • Parents,
  • Attitudes,
  • Parent and child
The Physical Object
FormatLoose leaf
Number of Pages400
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8270267M
ISBN 100898594480
ISBN 109780898594485

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Irving E. Sigel Educational Testing Service. Studies of parent-child relationships have a long history among developmental psychologists. The reason for such interest is obvious: The child is the father of the man or the mother of the woman and the child's parents are a primal source of genetic, social, and psychological influence.

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Discussing issues with implications beyond the study of parenthood, the book shows how the analysis of child outcomes which Reviews: 1. Discussing issues with implications beyond the study of parenthood, the book shows how the analysis of child outcomes which relate to parents' cultural belief systems (or parental "ethnotheories") can provide valuable insights into the nature and meaning of family and self in society and, in some cases, a basis for culturally sensitive Format: Hardcover.

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To add more books, click here. Read "Parental Belief Systems The Psychological Consequences for Children" by available from Rakuten Kobo. Research on the topic of parent beliefs, or parent cognition, has increased tremendously since the original publication Brand: Taylor And Francis.

Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Parental Belief Systems by Irving E. Sigel, AprilLawrence Erlbaum edition, Loose leaf in English - 1 edition.

Parental beliefs about the nature of children and their ideas about how children develop are complex and fascinating. I wanted to be inside that father’s mind to understand how he interpreted his child’s behavior and why he handled the situation with a spanking and by: 7.

This chapter further elaborates our analysis of relationships between cognition and communication. Although our previous study examined how individual differences in social cognition contributed to differences in communicative behavior, this chapter considers how differences in the communicative practices of parents may affect children’s social-cognitive Cited by: 2.

Discussing issues with implications beyond the study of parenthood, the book shows how the analysis of child outcomes related to parents' cultural belief systems (or parental ethnotheories) can provide valuable insights into the nature and meaning of family and self in society and, in some cases, a basis for culturally sensitive therapeutic Format: Tapa dura.

Parental Influence on Morals and Religion. Written by Kristine Tucker. 01 August, many still respect the morals and belief systems they grew up with.

Many uphold those same values and religious beliefs as the adults in their life and raise their children with similar standards. says Christian Smith and Patricia Snell in their.

The study of parent cognitions, beliefs, thoughts, and feelings can expand our knowledge of child development. Child-rearing cognitions influence parents to act either positively or negatively towards their children.

These beliefs have been considered good predictors of parenting behaviour because they indicate the emotional climate in which. Discussing issues with implications beyond the study of parenthood, the book shows how the analysis of child outcomes related to parents' cultural belief systems (or parental ethnotheories) can provide valuable insights into the nature and meaning of family and self in society and, in some cases, a basis for culturally sensitive therapeutic 3/5(1).

Get this from a library. Parental belief systems: the psychological consequences for children. [Irving E Sigel; Ann V McGillicuddy-De Lisi; Jacqueline J Goodnow;] -- In this volume, investigations representing various cognitive approaches are presented.

Holloway and Hess, and Dix and Grusec represent attribution theory. Applegate et al., McGillicuddy-DeLisi, and. Discussing issues with implications beyond the study of parenthood, the book shows how the analysis of child outcomes related to parents' cultural belief systems (or parental ethnotheories) can provide valuable insights into the nature and meaning of family and self in society and, in some cases, a basis for culturally sensitive therapeutic Pages: A leading role is assigned to the third subsystem, namely, the psychology of the caretakers, including parental ethnotheories or belief systems.

These belief systems are specialized cultural models derived from broader cultural influences. In China, for example, Confucianism underlies parents’ attitudes to their children (Ekblad, ).

Irving E. Sigel is the author of Parental Belief Systems ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 reviews, published ), Educating the Young Thinker ( avg ra /5(6). Parental Belief Systems by Irving E. Sigel,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.5/5(1).

Discussing issues with implications beyond the study of parenthood, the book shows how the analysis of child outcomes related to parents' cultural belief systems (or parental ethnotheories) can provide valuable insights into the nature and meaning of family and self in society and, in some cases, a basis for culturally sensitive therapeutic.

Get this from a library. Parents' cultural belief systems: their origins, expressions, and consequences. [Sara Harkness; Charles M Super;] -- This illuminating new volume offers a multifaceted view of parenting cultural belief systems - their origins in culturally constructed parental experience, their expressions in parental practices.

Belief systems are structures of norms that are interrelated and that vary mainly in the degree in which they are systemic. material is important in the system. Consider, for example, a parental belief system about the irresponsibility and ingratitude of the modem generation of youth.

Suppose, as might very well be the case, that central to. Discussing issues with implications beyond the study of parenthood, the book shows how the analysis of child outcomes related to parents' cultural belief systems (or parental ethnotheories) can provide valuable insights into the nature and meaning of family and self in society and, in some cases, a basis for culturally sensitive therapeutic 3/5(1).

Parental Belief Systems is a book that should be read by any student of the parenting process, providing as it does a clear snapshot of the state of research in the area at the moment.

As well, it contains a wealth of intriguing ideas that should significantly direct thinking about parent cognitions in the next few years. Belief System that is very important in China and was created by a man named Confucious.

5 Relationships Father > Son, Husband > Wife, Ruler > Subject, Older. View chapter Purchase book. Read full chapter. familial and parental relationships, belief systems and taboos, patterns of psychiatric illness, and perceived or experienced trauma, as well as on the shared levels of a collective unconscious built on myths and symbols.

While psychoanalysis is used now infrequently as a psychiatric diagnostic. Buy the Parental Belief Systems: The Psychological Consequences for Children ebook. This acclaimed book by Jacqueline J. Goodnow is available at in. Parents' Cultural Belief Systems: Their Origins, Expressions, and Consequences.

Sara Harkness & Charles M. Super (Eds.). New York: Guilford Press. ISBN $ This edited volume, as the title indicates, is a collection of chapters that focuses on the beliefs that parents have about children.

characterize belief systems as distinct from knowledge systems. The features are based on the writings of Abelson (), Nespor (), Sigel (), and Thompson () and can be. Joint picture-book reading correlates of early oral language skill* - Volume 20 Issue 2 - Barbara D.

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[This book examines], from a variety of Author: Julie Hakim-Larson. Buy Parents' Cultural Belief Systems by Sara Harkness, Charles M. Super from Waterstones today! Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £Pages: Three different models predict the relationship between parents’ attitudes toward reading, their behavior and the learning environment that they provide, and their influence on the reading performance of their children in first grade.

The first model specifies the direct influence of each of the independent variables (attitudes, behavior and learning environment) on the dependent Cited by: 1.