Challenges and Strategies for Studying Human Development in Cultural Contexts

Challenges and Strategies for Studying Human Development in Cultural Contexts

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Part 1: Developing Relationships. Chapter 1: Abbreviation and emergence of individualities. Maria C.D.P. Lyra, Federal University of Pernambuco, Brazil. Chapter 2: Attachment co-creation in the third year of life. Pompeis Villachan Lyra, Federal University of Pernambuco, Brazil and Andrea P.F. Pantoja, California State University at Red River. Chapter 3: Discovery and construction: Uncovering early family-infant dynamics through the use of observational methodologies. James McHale, Florida State University, Julia Berkman, Kathyrn C. Kavanaugh, Clark University, Amy E. Alberts and Meagan Carleton, Tufts University. Chapter 4: Exploring the structural relationships of sociograms through multidimensional scaling. Antonio Roazzi and Bruno Campello de Souza, Federal University of Pernambuco, Brazil. Part 1 Commentaries. Alan Fogel, University of Utah and Jenny Godly, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Part 2: Developing Narratives. Chapter 5: The use and abuse of narratives: A critical evaluation. Michael Bamberg, Clark University. Chapter 6: Time as constitutive of meaning in narrative. Analia Keila Ribiero and Maria Lyra, Federal University of Pernambuco, Brazil. Chapter 7: What is Narrative?: An inquiry into the specifity, generality, and morphing of self. Cynthia Lightfoot, Penn State University and Michael Chandler, University of British Columbia. Part 2 Commentaries. Jens Brockmeier, New School University and University of Innsvruck and Silvana Griz, University of Pernambuco, Brizil. Part 3: Developing dialog. Chapter 8: Bringing things together: Towards an intergrative framework for studying changes in perspectives. Tamer G. Amin, American University of Belrut, Jorge Falcao, Luciano Meira and Selma Leitao, Federal University of Pernambuco, Brazil. Chapter 9: Zones of proximal development, dialog and time. Luciano Meira, Federal University of Pernambuco, Brazil. Chapter 10: Arguing and learning. Selma Leitao, Federal University of Pernambuco, Brazil. Chapter 11: The Power of One: The Lawlessness of Numbers. Melissa Tamas, Clark University. Part 3 Commentaries. Ryan Kinlaw, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, Sharron Docherty, Duke University and Durham Leshawndra Price, NIH. Editors Discussion.

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