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A Sociocultural Perspectiveof Family Socialization in America and Elsewhere : A Sociocultural Perspectiveof Family Socialization in America and Elsewhere MAJOR THEORETICAL APPROACHES (AND MINOR DISPUTES) : MAJOR THEORETICAL APPROACHES (AND MINOR DISPUTES) Slide 7: Attachment Theory Bowlby & Ainsworth Slide 8: Attachment It’s About Trust Slide 9: The future looks bright for trusting, secure and yet independent children Attachment Predicts Competence Does that leave “clingy” Asian children out? Japan & The Global Hypothesis : Japan & The Global Hypothesis Takahashi Takes a Stand “Look Within Group” (an emic approach) Behrens, Hesse, & Main (2007) : Behrens, Hesse, & Main (2007) Mothers’ attachment status determined by the Adult Attachment Interview (AAI) predicts their 6-year-olds’ security Berkeley Responds to Takahashi Slide 12: Attached Children Growing to be happy and competent ? The Role of the Father : The Role of the Father Is “rough and tumble” play essential? Pleck (2007) Slide 14: Are there different “expectations” for fathers and husbands in Japan? Japanese (Cultural Perspective)-Holloway Slide 15: And sometimes, no father at all Slide 16: The EnvironmentEcological Approaches ~Bronfenbrenner Proximal and Distal Factors microsystems mesosystems exosystems macrosystems chronosystems Slide 17: parents & siblings friends preschool parent’sjob neighbors parent’s peers extended family faith daycare Slide 18: Extended Families: Support Systems Slide 19: mediators and moderators Ethnic minority (Indian) children living in Britain within group differences Parent’s social support mediates child internalization (Atzaba-Poria & Pike, 2005) Slide 20: Growing to be happy and productive? Having sufficient resources?Socioeconomic Influences on ParentingGradation vs Categorical ClassificationBourdieuHollowayLareau : Having sufficient resources?Socioeconomic Influences on ParentingGradation vs Categorical ClassificationBourdieuHollowayLareau Several Kinds of Capital (Bourdieu) : Several Kinds of Capital (Bourdieu) social capital cultural capital economic capital abuse of capital Slide 24: Imbalance of Power Slide 25: ~Lareau Concerted cultivation or the achievement of natural growth? Learning to navigate institutional authority (or not) Slide 26: Learning to live with boundaries and norms Slide 27: Who’s in Charge? Slide 28: parent control strategies Baumrind’s Parenting Prototypes : Baumrind’s Parenting Prototypes Authoritative parenting predicts competent children Mix 3 Parts Control with 2 Parts Conversation Slide 30: adverse effects of authoritarian parenting Slide 31: benefits of authoritative strategies Chao Challenges Baumrind : Chinese training practices, an emic approach Chao Challenges Baumrind Understanding Chinese Parenting through the Cultural Notion of Training : Understanding Chinese Parenting through the Cultural Notion of Training (Chao, 1994) Asian Ideologies Slide 34: Sorkhabi Challenges Chao ? Slide 35: HOW ELSE DO WE LEARN AND DEVELOP? Cultural Forces Shape Development : Cultural Forces Shape Development Gjerde: Culture is invented, reinvented, dynamic, fluid Includes hegemonic forces Super and Harkness: Environmental niches Slide 37: Bandura Social Cognitive Theory (Not behavioral conditioning) Observing others, evaluating, learning Self-Efficacy: I think I can…I think I will Slide 38: Learning Observing Parents, Guardians Slide 39: Learning from Siblings Slide 40: Observing Extended Family Slide 41: Peer Influences Slide 42: They love me not Making AttributionsExplaining Behaviors They love me Slide 43: Cognitive Socialization via Institutions of Education Slide 44: Effects of Parent Involvement at School Too much? Too little? Just right? Hoover-Dempsey and Sandler (1997) Slide 45: Parent Beliefs Effect Child’s School Achievement Expectations, Attributions, and Self-Efficacy I can help with their schoolwork I failed at math, too The teacher respects me (Goodnow, 2002) The principal is biased Cultural Models of Literacy : Cultural Models of Literacy Immigrant Latino Families Reese & Gallimore (2000) (also Fuller 2007) Home-SchoolDiscontinuityTheory Slide 47: As the child grows into adolescence, new factors emerge Slide 48: peers teachers neighbors parent’s peers extended family faith job sports teams or clubs girlfriend ~boyfriend peer pressure parents & siblings interests school parent’sjob Slide 49: Peer relations and parent control influence high school achievement (Dornbusch) Slide 50: The Influence of Dysfunctional High Schools ~Holloway Slide 51: Despite wide-ranging societal changes the family continues to be the primary locus of children's socialization… The Family Endures Slide 53: …and it was never perfect. Coontz, S. (2002). The way we never were: American families and the nostalgia trap. New York: Basic Books. You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.