Kids Talking Learning Relationships and Culture with Children
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This study explores communication among young children in a child care setting, showing how games and even tentative interactions can turn into rich relationships - and a vibrant learning culture where friendships, power, and control are managed in creative ways.
Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Incorporated
Publication date: 10/22/2003
Size: 5.25" wide x 9.25" long x 0.75" tall
|Repeated Interaction Patterns: Revealing Culture in Recurring Routines|
|Managing Changing Relationships|
|Are We Friends? Children's Statements, Proximity, and Touch|
|Revealing Culture: Invoking the Rules|
|Power and the Use of Control|
|Uncertain Relationships: Power Differences and Seeking Adult Support|
|Children Expressing and Controlling Feelings: Tragedy or Comedy?|
|Initiating Roles and Play: Growing Relationships along the Way|
|Children's Strategies for Expressing and Receiving Affection|
|Children in Conflict|
|Adults in Conflict: Research Pitfalls|
|The Emotional Impact of Working with Children|
|Findings and Implications: Child Interactions and Child-Care Cultures|
|About the Author|