Child Care in Context: Cross-cultural Perspectives
Michael E. Lamb, Kathleen J. Sternberg, Carl-Philip Hwang, Anders G. Broberg
Psychology Press, 2 Jan 2014 - 562 halaman
Child care is an integral part of the web of influences and experiences that shape children's development. Utilizing an interdisciplinary approach that covers both historic and economic contexts, this unique book characterizes child care in 18 countries on five continents. Specific historical roots and the current social contexts of child care are delineated in industrialized as well as in developing countries. To increase the depth of crosscultural analysis and integration, commentators from countries and disciplines other than the authors comment on the issues raised in each chapter.
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I CASE STUDIES FROM WESTERN EUROPE
II CASE STUDIES FROM THE NORTH ATLANTIC
III CASE STUDIES FROM ASIA AND THE MIDDLE EAST
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