Handbook of Child Psychology and Developmental Science, Ecological Settings and Processes, Handbook of Child Psychology and Developmental Science, Ecological Settings and Processes
Handbook of Child Psychology and Developmental Science 7. Aufl.
The essential reference for human development theory, updated and reconceptualized The Handbook of Child Psychology and Developmental Science, a four-volume reference, is the field-defining work to which all others are compared. First published in 1946, and now in its Seventh Edition, the Handbook has long been considered the definitive guide to the field of developmental science. Volume 4: Ecological Settings and Processes in Developmental Systems is centrally concerned with the people, conditions, and events outside individuals that affect children and their development. To understand children's development it is both necessary and desirable to embrace all of these social and physical contexts. Guided by the relational developmental systems metatheory, the chapters in the volume are ordered them in a manner that begins with the near proximal contexts in which children find themselves and moving through to distal contexts that influence children in equally compelling, if less immediately manifest, ways. The volume emphasizes that the child's environment is complex, multi-dimensional, and structurally organized into interlinked contexts; children actively contribute to their development; the child and the environment are inextricably linked, and contributions of both child and environment are essential to explain or understand development. Understand the role of parents, other family members, peers, and other adults (teachers, coaches, mentors) in a child's development Discover the key neighborhood/community and institutional settings of human development Examine the role of activities, work, and media in child and adolescent development Learn about the role of medicine, law, government, war and disaster, culture, and history in contributing to the processes of human development The scholarship within this volume and, as well, across the four volumes of this edition, illustrate that developmental science is in the midst of a very exciting period. There is a paradigm shift that involves increasingly greater understanding of how to describe, explain, and optimize the course of human life for diverse individuals living within diverse contexts. This Handbook is the definitive reference for educators, policy-makers, researchers, students, and practitioners in human development, psychology, sociology, anthropology, and neuroscience.
Foreword to the Handbook of Child Psychology and Developmental Science, Seventh Edition vii Preface xv Volume 4 Preface xxiii Contributors xxv 1 CHILDREN IN BIOECOLOGICAL LANDSCAPES OF DEVELOPMENT 1Marc H. Bornstein and Tama Leventhal 2 HUMAN DEVELOPMENT IN TIME AND PLACE 6Glen H. Elder Jr., Michael J. Shanahan, and Julia A. Jennings 3 CHILDREN’S PARENTS 55Marc H. Bornstein 4 CHILDREN IN DIVERSE FAMILIES 133Lawrence Ganong, Marilyn Coleman, and Luke T. Russell 5 CHILDREN IN PEER GROUPS 175Kenneth H. Rubin, William M. Bukowski, and Julie C. Bowker 6 EARLY CHILDCARE AND EDUCATION 223Margaret Burchinal, Katherine Magnuson, Douglas Powell, and Sandra Soliday Hong 7 CHILDREN AT SCHOOL 268Robert Crosnoe and Aprile D. Benner 8 CHILDREN’S ORGANIZED ACTIVITIES 305Deborah Lowe Vandell, Reed W. Larson, Joseph L. Mahoney, and Tyler W. Watts 9 CHILDREN AT WORK 345Jeremy Staff, Arnaldo Mont’Alvao, and Jeylan T. Mortimer 10 CHILDREN AND DIGITAL MEDIA 375Sandra L. Calvert 11 CHILDREN IN DIVERSE SOCIAL CONTEXTS 416Velma McBride Murry, Nancy E. Hill, Dawn Witherspoon, Cady Berkel, and Deborah Bartz 12 CHILDREN’S HOUSING AND PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENTS 455Robert H. Bradley 13 CHILDREN IN NEIGHBORHOODS 493Tama Leventhal, Véronique Dupéré, and Elizabeth A. Shuey 14 CHILDREN AND SOCIOECONOMIC STATUS 534Greg J. Duncan, Katherine Magnuson, and Elizabeth Votruba-Drzal 15 CHILDREN IN MEDICAL SETTINGS 574Barry Zuckerman and Robert D. Keder 16 CHILDREN AND THE LAW 616Elizabeth Cauffman, Elizabeth Shulman, Jordan Bechtold, and Laurence Steinberg 17 CHILDREN AND GOVERNMENT 654Kenneth A. Dodge and Ron Haskins 18 CHILDREN INWAR AND DISASTER 704Ann S. Masten, Angela J. Narayan, Wendy K. Silverman, and Joy D. Osofsky 19 CHILDREN AND CULTURAL CONTEXT 746Jacqueline J. Goodnow and Jeanette A. Lawrence 20 CHILDREN IN HISTORY 787Peter N. Stearns 21 ASSESSING BIOECOLOGICAL INFLUENCES 811Theodore D. Wachs Author Index 847 Subject Index 887
"This book continues to be the pre-eminent reference source for advanced child psychologists anywhere." (Reference Reviews, May 2016)
Editor-in-Chief: Richard M. Lerner, PhD is Bergstrom Chair in Applied Developmental Science at the Eliot-Pearson Department at Tufts University.? He is the author of many publications, including?Pathways to Positive Development about Diverse Youth?and?New Directions for Youth Development: Theory, Practice, and Research?(Jossey-Bass). Dr Lerner is also a past editor of the?Journal of Research on Adolescence?and?The Handbook of Life-Span Development?(Wiley).
"There is a palpable sense of excitement from the editors of each volume that this is a critical period in the development of the field. The four volumes are edited by leading scholars in the field, who have carefully selected the volumes' contributing authors for their ability to summarise their topics succinctly, and tease out the issues that are likely to be the focus of research in the coming period. As with previous editions, this new edition of the Handbook will be a lodestar for practitioners and researchers in the field." —Diane FitzMaurice, Library Information Supervisor, Department of Psychology, University of Cambridge
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