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GN510.C91 2009
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TITLE: Cultural transmission : developmental,psychological, social, and methodological aspects / edited by Ute Schonpflug
SERIES: Culture and psychology
PUBLISHED: New York : Cambridge University Press, 2009.
DESCRIPTION: xix, 490 p.; 23 cm.
NOTES: General introduction to cultural transmission : developmental, psychological, social and methodological aspects / Ute Scho?npflug --Cultural transmission : a short history of research and theory / Ute Scho?npflug -- Evolutionary perspective --Cultural transmission : a view from chimpanzees and human infants / Michael Tomasello -- Transmission, self-organization, and the emergence of language : a dynamic systems point of view / Paul van Geert -- Relationship-specific intergenerational family ties : an evolutionary approach to the structure of cultural transmission / Harald A. Euler, Sabine Hoier, and Percy A.Rohde -- Cross-cultural perspective --An ecocultural perspective on cultural transmission : the family across cultures / John W. Berry and James Georgas --Intergenerational relations and cultural transmission / Gisela Trommsdorff --Intergenerational transmission, social capital, and interethnic contact in immigrant families / Bernhard Nauck --Developmental processes related to intergenerational transmission of culture : growing up with two cultures in the USA / Amado M. Padilla --
NOTES: The transmission process : mechanisms and contexts / Ute Scho?npflug and Ludwig Bilz -- Accounting for parent-child value congruence : theoretical considerations and empirical evidence / Ariel Knafo and Shalom H. Schwartz --Culture, migration, and family value socialization : a theoretical model and empirical investigation with Russian immigrant youth in Israel / Ariel Knaf
NOTES: o, Avi Assor, Shalom H. Schwartz, and Limor David -- Immigrant parentsage expectations for the development of their adolescent offspring transmission effects and changes after immigration / Eva Schmitt-
NOTES: Rodermnd and Rainer K. Silberseisen -- Intracultural variations --Intergenerational transmission of moral capital across the family life course / Merril Silverstein and Stephen J. Conroy --
NOTES: Similarity of life goals in the family : a three-generations study / Alexander Grob and Wibke Weisheit -- -The intergenerational transmission of xenophobia and rightism in East Germany / Bernd Six, Kristina Geppert and Ute Scho?npflug --
NOTES: Intergenerational ransmission of violence / Haci-Halil Uslucan & Urs Fuhrer --"Donít trust anyone over 25" : youth centrism, intergenerational transmission of political orientations and cultural change / Tom ter Bogt, Wim Meeus,Qu
NOTES: inten Raaijmakers, Frits van Wel, and Wilma Vollebergh --Value transmission and zeitgeist revisited / Klaus Boehnke, Andreas Hadjar and Dirk Baier --Epilogue: Towards a model of cultural transmission / Ute Scho?npflug.
SUBJECT: Socialization.
SUBJECT: Ethnopsychology.
SUBJECT: Cognition and culture.
SUBJECT: Learning
SUBJECT: Learning, Psychology of.
ADDED ENTRY: Schompflug, Ute. 1940-

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