Examining attachment from the perspective of culture and evaluating two different cultures from the vantage point of mothers perceptions of attachment behavior this book provides a unique view of desirable child behavior and long term socialization goals among anglo and puerto rican mothers of infants and toddlers. Noting that the role of culture in the development of child attachment provides a provocative arena for debate among a wide array of scholars this book details two studies of cultural differences in the meanings given to attachment behavior by middle and working class anglo and puerto rican mothers the book reviews the cultural adaptationism and symbolic approaches to studying culture and . Bridging the fields of culture and attachement this book seeks to illuminate the relationship between the fields in two ways it examines attachment from the perspective of culture and then evaluates two different cultures anglo and puerto rican from the vantage point of mothers perceptions of attachment behaviour. Get this from a library culture and attachment perceptions of the child in context robin harwood joan g miller nydia lucca irizarry bridging the fields of culture and attachment this book illuminates the relationship between them in two ways it examines attachment from the perspective of culture and then evaluates two . Read culture and attachment perceptions of the child in context culture and human development
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