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Perspectives on Human Development, Family, and Culture,9781107406452

Perspectives on Human Development, Family, and Culture

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9781107406452

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1107406455
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Pub. Date:
8/1/2012
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CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS
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Summary

Cigdem Kagitšibasi has long been at the forefront of research in developmental and cultural psychology, and is one of the world's most highly respected cross-cultural psychologists. This collection of essays, first published in 2009, has been produced in honor of Professor Kagitšibasi's retirement and to commemorate her contribution to the field. The volume examines social, developmental, and cultural psychology and intervention policies. A select group of international expert scholars explore those aspects of human behavior that are observed in all cultures, as well as those that are unique to each. They also examine changes in the family across socio-cultural contexts and generations in order to understand the factors precipitating these changes. Representing developments in theory and research in the field, this volume that will appeal to researchers and students of developmental and cross-cultural psychology across the world.

Table of Contents

Preface
Foreword
Cultural and Cross-Cultural Psychology: Selected Perspectives
Indigenization and beyond: the process and extent of psychology's growth as an international science
The continuing quest for psychological universals in categories, dimensions, taxonomies, and patterns of human behavior
Circumnavigating the psychological globe: from yin and yang to starry, starry night
The emerging global psychology movement: lessons from Arab psychology
Development in the Family Context
Organizing principles and processes from developmental science for culture and caregiving
A social change and human development perspective on the value of children
Turkish family structure and functioning
Mothers' and fathers' child rearing practices and self-esteem in three generations of urban Turkish families
Culture and Self
In search of the autonomous-relational self-construal
Culture and developmental pathways of relationship formation
Microgenesis of narrative competence during preschool interactions: effects of the relational context
Self-development, individuation, and culture: a psychoanalytic search
Social Change, Family, and Gender
One or two pathways to modernity? A systematic comparison of Kagitšibasi's Model of Family Change and the Model of the Second Demographic Transition
Living together in culturally-plural societies: understanding and managing acculturation and multiculturalism
Cultural continuity and discontinuity in Turkish migrant families: extending the Model of Family Change
Values and attitudes of young people in urban Turkey: a further test of Schwartz's theory of values and Kagitšibasi's Model of Family Change Hale
Career development of professional women in Turkey
Induced Change
Adapting intervention programs for use across societies: between valid transfer and cultural imposition
Design of culturally-appropriate developmental interventions
Designing, implementing, sustaining, and evaluating idiocultures for learning and development: the case study of the Fifth Dimension
Intervention programs to improve cognitive skills
Pro-poor approaches to using technology for human development: monitoring and evaluation perspectives
Epilogue
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