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Author Harwood, Robin.

Title Culture and attachment : perceptions of the child in context / Robin L. Harwood, Joan G. Miller, Nydia Lucca Irizarry.

Published New York : Guilford Press, [1995]
©1995

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Location Call No. Status
 UniM Bail  155.418 HARW    AVAILABLE
 UniM Bund  155.418 HARW {Bund81 20190820}    AVAILABLE
Physical description xvi, 169 pages : illustrations
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 151-163) and index.
Contents Ch. 1. Attachment Theory and Its Role in the Study of Human Development -- Ch. 2. Child Development and Theories of Culture -- Ch. 3. Studying Culture and Attachment: A Symbolic Approach -- Ch. 4. Images of the Child: Autonomy and Relatedness -- Ch. 5. Images of the Child: Respect and Affection -- Ch. 6. Culture and Socioeconomic Status -- Ch. 7. Attachment, Culture, and Behavior -- Appendix: Vignettes of Strange Situation Behavior Used in Study 2.
Summary Bridging the fields of culture and attachment, this book illuminates the relationship between them in two ways: It examines attachment from the perspective of culture, and then evaluates two different cultures (Anglo and Puerto Rican) from the vantage point of mothers' perceptions of attachment behavior. In so doing, the volume delineates coherent conceptual frameworks that can be used to guide research and to help interpret the results of cross-cultural attachment studies. Designed to sharpen our understanding of the ways in which attachment is both universal and culturally shaped, this volume will enhance the work of scholars investigating basic processes of culture and human development, mental health professionals searching for alternative heuristic frameworks, and professionals involved in formulating policy regarding the social and emotional health of children. It also provides valuable information about the rapidly growing, yet understudied, Puerto Rican culture.
Other author Miller, Joan G.
Lucca Irizarry, Nydia.
Subject Attachment behavior in children.
Attachment behavior in children -- Cross-cultural studies.
Interpersonal relations and culture.
Interpersonal relations in children.
ISBN 0898628776
1572302461 (paperback)