Child Development in Context: Voices and Perspectives

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Houghton Mifflin, 2000 - Family & Relationships - 126 pages
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[TofC cont.] Michael Huang, from Vietnam to America / S. Lewis, an interview with M. Huang; Our America, life and death on the south side of Chicago / L. Jones and L. Newman; Flight of passage / R. Buck. [The authors'] goals for [this book] are the following: Promote understanding and retention of child development concepts and issues; Bring theory and research alive through ... first-person accounts and narratives that illustrate child development concepts and raise important and timely issues; Engage students in critical thinking about gender, multicultural, ethical, theoretical, and research issues; Expose students to the complexities of child development, life events, and ethical dilemmas; [and] broaden knowledge and awareness of the relationships among physical, cognitive, and psychosocial development. -Pref.

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Birth Infancy and Tbddlerhood
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The Fussy HighNeed Baby
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Early Childhood
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Copyright

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