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The Beginnings of Social Understanding by Judy Dunn

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Published by Blackwell Publishers .
Written in English


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Number of Pages224
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7608717M
ISBN 100631157751
ISBN 109780631157755

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  The Beginnings of Social Understanding draws on detailed studies of children within their families - their disputes with mother and siblings, their empathy and cooperation, their 'pretend' stories and questions about others, and their 'jokes' - to show vividly how children come to understand the social rules of the family and the feelings, intentions and relationships of : The Beginnings of Social Understanding draws upon observations and analyses from three longitudinal studies of children during the transition from infancy to childhood, examining children's disputes, jokes, play, their questions and narratives about others. The book demonstrates children's increasing subtlety as members of a cultural world, and argues that emotional relationships and family discourse play crucial roles in the development of this understanding. The Beginnings of Social Understanding draws upon observations and analyses from three longitudinal studies of children during the transition from infancy to childhood, examining children's disputes, jokes, play, their questions and narratives about others. The book demonstrates children's increasing subtlety as members of a cultural world, and. The Beginnings of Social Understanding draws on detailed studies of children within their families - their disputes with mother and siblings, their empathy and cooperation, their `pretend' stories and questions about others, and their `jokes' - to show vividly how children come to understand the social rules of the family and the feelings, intentions and relationships of others.4/5(4).

This complex argument about the development of moral and social understanding in children has the exemplary features of Dunn's earlier works (Distress and Comfort, ; Sisters and Brothers, ) and demonstrates again her ability to pursue hard-to-research ideas . Prices in GBP apply to orders placed in Great Britain only. Prices in € represent the retail prices valid in Germany (unless otherwise indicated). Prices are subject to change without notice. Prices do not include postage and handling if applicable. Free shipping for non-business customers when ordering books at De Gruyter Online. If you fancy social work, are engaged in human services or enjoy people watching, you will enjoy and learn from reading this book. Beginnings, Middles, & Ends is an engaging, personable book that has a built-in comfortable pace. Enjoy/5(29). The Beginnings of Social Understanding draws on detailed studies of children within their families -- their disputes with mother and siblings, their empathy and cooperation, their 'pretenda stories and questions about others, and their 'jokesa -- to show vividly how children come to understand the social rules of the family and the feelings, intentions and relationships of others.5/5(2).

Get this from a library! The beginnings of social understanding. [Judy Dunn] -- A study of children's understanding of the feelings and behavior of others in their family world. In this new comprehensive edition of The Book of Beginnings: A Practical Guide to Understanding Genesis, Dr. Henry M. Morris III addresses the difficult issues in the Genesis record. These in-depth answers will give you confidence in your study of the Scriptures and help you communicate the richness of Genesis to those around you. The Beginnings of Social Understanding draws on detailed studies of children within their families - their disputes with mother and siblings, their empathy and cooperation, their `pretend' stories and questions about others, and their `jokes' - to show vividly how children come to understand the social rules of the family and the feelings, intentions and relationships of others.5/5(1). Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My libraryMissing: social understanding.