2 edition of Implications of the use of children"s drawings for cross-cultural research found in the catalog.
Implications of the use of children"s drawings for cross-cultural research
Helen Hersh Schuster
Written in English
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|Pagination||v, 336 l.|
|Number of Pages||336|
Cross‐cultural investigations indicate that in some respects, Piaget was correct in his depiction of cognitive growth. His perspective has been enormously influential, but the modern study of cognitive development has shown Piaget's stage portrayal to be inaccurate and insufficient in accounting for the full range of transformations in Author: Adriana Molitor, Hui‐Chin Hsu. Cross-Cultural Communication: A Visual Approach £ Categories: Books. This book provides the reader with analyses of various aspects of communication in both written and graphical form. It is designed to be light on text, but succinct, and rich in visuals, capturing complex cultural interaction in simple, accessible diagrams.
A study of children's art as a function of gender of child, picture condition (drawings of same-sex versus mixed-sex dyads), and child-rearing setting (United States town, Israeli town, and Israeli kibbutz) confirms that boys, particularly Americans, are more aggressive, competitive, and hierarchical in their depicted relationships than are by: Cross-cultural psychology, on the other hand, is focused on studying human behavior in a way that takes the effects of culture into account. According to Walter J. Lonner, writing for Eye on Psi Chi, cross-cultural psychology can be thought of as a type of research methodology rather than an entirely separate field within psychology.
Drawings are used to elicit children's everyday ideas and analyzed inductively using open coding and categorizing of data. Several categories support existing literature about how children view the environment; however, novel categories such as affect also emerged and lend new insight into the role that language, socio-cultural norms and Cited by: This theme issue contains six articles on the development of infants and toddlers: (1) "Cross-Cultural Studies of Child Development: Implications for Clinicians" (J. Kevin Nugent); (2) "Therapeutic Work with African-American Families: Using Knowledge of the Culture" (Cheryl Polk); (3) "Psychotherapy in Specific Cultural Contexts: Resources for the Infant Mental Health Clinician" (Cheryl Polk Cited by: 7.
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The children's picture book market is relatively new in China and Taiwan. But it's growing — and the NYT bestseller Guji Guji comes from a clever Taiwanese author who is now beloved around the world. This book is a modern take on the ugly duckling story starring a. The present research aims to analyze the relationship between the notion of being alive and children 's drawings in a sample of boys and girls of years old.
Cross-cultural research overview Cross-cultural research most commonly involves comparison of some cultural trait (or relationships between traits) across a sample of societies.
What is most important to keep in mind is that cultures change over time, so most cross-cultural comparisons need to focus on particular time frames (and sometimes. Cross-cultural Analysis of Artistic Development: Drawing by Japanese and U.S. Children Masami Toku California State University, Chico April, *This paper was published in Visual Arts Research (Vol.
27, No.1, Issue 53) in by the University of Illinois at Urbana-champaign. Abstract. 1“Cross-cultural research in psychology is the explicit,systematic comparison of psychological variables under different cultural conditions in order to spec-ify the antecedents and processes that mediate the emergence of behaviour differences”(Eckensberger,p.
“This Is My Family” Differences in Children’s Family Drawings Across Cultures in line with cross-cultural research showing that in (). Culture and the self: Implications for. The following examples, from my own work in Indian public schools as the Field Coordinator of “The Modern Story” digital storytelling program, will showcase this flexibility, by demonstrating the use of participatory drawing in two very different research stages: formative research and evaluative by: Jolley – Cultural Influences on Children's Drawings "Early work into describing age-related representational changes in children’s drawings was.
conducted with little awareness of cultural variations in children's choice of subject matter and the forms in which they drew them. A central problem in cross-cultural research is the issue of equivalence of measurement. Hui and Triandis () contend that a construct has a cross cultural, conceptual equivalence if it can be discussed meaningfully in various cultures.
Drawings may provide this cross cultural conceptual equivalence. Rogoff and Morelli () have carried out re. This second edition of a classic work in cross-cultural psychology brings together scholars from the United States and abroad to provide a concise new introduction to selected topics in cross-cultural psychology, the scientific study of human behavior and mental processes under diverse cultural include history and methods of cross-cultural studies, developmental aspects in Reviews: 1.
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Presenting the human relations in a cultural context, this book explores various social psychology concepts and applied topics in the light of cross-cultural research.
It also features the developments in the field as well as diversity in the cultural and theoretical backgrounds of the editors and chapter authors.4/5(2). Conducting cross-cultural research is rife with methodological, ethical and moral challenges. Researchers are challenged with many issues in carrying out their research with people in cross-cultural arenas.
In this book, I attempt to bring together salient issues for the conduct of culturally appropriate : Hardcover. Cross-Cultural Research (CCR) publishes peer-reviewed articles that describe cross-cultural and comparative studies in all human sciences.
Each issue, published quarterly, examines topics that span societies, nations and cultures, providing strategies for the systematic testing of theories about human society and behavior. This memoir covers the following topics and more: Secretary Clinton’s and Scott Gration’s use of email accounts while in the State department, international affairs, technology development, world history, military aviation, and Africa.
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What are the implications. Cheung notes that children in China consistently score higher on academic tests compared to children in the U.S. and Mexico. But she says more research is needed to determine how much of that is due to the storybooks or even to the larger differences in cultural values that the books reflect.
The present study explored the cross‐cultural appropriateness of children's family drawings as a measure for attachment quality. The sample consisted of 63 children aged 6 years from two diverse ecosocial contexts: middle‐class families from Berlin, Germany (n = 32) and rural farming families from small villages around Kumbo, Cameroon (n = 31).Cited by: The age range was chosen because (a) existing non—cross-cultural research has suggested that the 7–11 age range represents the period in which children’s understanding of the concept of lying and truth telling and their moral implications undergoes the most dramatic development, and (b) earlier cross-cultural studies have shown that Cited by: Our research compares Chinese American and European American children's drawings at three time points over a period of four years.
We believed that cultural differences would be evidenced. If Chinese American children are influenced to a greater extent by the culture of their parents, then we would expect their drawings to be more advanced than Cited by:.
Cambridge Core - Social and Cultural Anthropology - Cross-Cultural Psychology - by John W. BerryAuthor: John W. Berry, Ype H. Poortinga, Seger M. Breugelmans, Athanasios Chasiotis, David L. Sam.The purpose of the book is to provide researchers with a framework to conduct research in a culturally sensitive manner with individuals, families, and communities in diverse cultural settings in the United States, as well as in a global context within the context of three aims: (1) To understand and describe the nature and extent to which a particular problem occurs; (2) To understand the Author: Jorge Delva.applied cross-cultural research.
Our book is aimed toward this goal. The goals we try to achieve through this book are twofold. First, it should inform readers about the state of the art in the growing methodological literature on analysis of cross-cultural data.
Since this body of literature.