Socializing Children through Language

 
 
Academic Press
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  • erschienen am 11. Juni 2016
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  • 200 Seiten
 
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Using psychological theory as a basis, Socializing Children through Language examines naturally occurring conversations between mothers and children in the context of achievement, self-regulation, food consumption, and television watching to illustrate how families of different socioeconomic means interact and discuss a variety of topics in the home. Specifically, the chapters in this book draw on enhanced audio recordings of over 40 families across a range of education and income levels to investigate how mothers' language relates to child behaviors over time. The unique pairing of this digital observer data with empirical data on achievement tests, regulation tasks, and parenting information on the home environment collected one year later presents an altogether revolutionary way to understand and think about how family socialization works across socioeconomic levels.


  • Focuses on mother-child talk about desires, thoughts, and emotions
  • Studies the relationship between math talk and children's math knowledge and achievement
  • Emphasizes the management language used by mothers to guide the behavior of their children
  • Explores children's media environment in the home, the conversations that occur during digital technology use, and whether it relates to children's outcomes
  • Considers food-related discussions in families prior to and during mealtimes, including how parents and children express food likes and dislikes, hunger, mealtime routines and expectations, and explanations about nutritional values
  • Englisch
  • Saint Louis
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  • USA
Elsevier Science
  • 2,83 MB
978-0-12-803650-1 (9780128036501)
0128036508 (0128036508)
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  • Front Cover
  • SOCIALIZING CHILDREN THROUGH LANGUAGE
  • DEDICATION
  • SOCIALIZING CHILDREN THROUGH LANGUAGE
  • Copyright
  • CONTENTS
  • LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS
  • PREFACE
  • 1 - Introduction: The Power of Parental Talk
  • DIGITAL OBSERVERS: A NEW METHOD FOR STUDYING PARENTING IN THE HOME
  • A DAY IN THE LIFE OF FAMILIES STUDY
  • Characteristics of the Sample
  • Procedures for Collecting the Data
  • Child Assessments
  • Parenting Questionnaires
  • Parenting Assessments
  • SUMMARY
  • REFERENCES
  • 2 - "You Really Need to Go to Bed": How Mothers Use Language to Guide and Control Children's Behavior During Morning and Bedtime Routines
  • THE IMPORTANCE OF DAILY ROUTINES FOR CHILDREN'S DEVELOPMENT
  • Management Language
  • Associations Between Management Language and Children's Outcomes
  • THE CURRENT STUDY
  • METHOD
  • Participants
  • Measures
  • ANALYSIS
  • RESULTS
  • Families' Activities During the Morning and Bedtime Recordings
  • Mothers' Language During Morning and Bedtime Routines
  • How Does Management Language Predict Child Outcomes?
  • SUMMARY AND FUTURE DIRECTIONS
  • REFERENCES
  • APPENDIX
  • Coding Management Language
  • Management Language Codes
  • Tips for Coding Management Language
  • 3 - Mother-Child Conversations About Thoughts, Desires, and Emotions: Relations to Children's Understanding of the Mind
  • THEORY OF MIND DEVELOPMENT IN CHILDHOOD
  • PARENT-CHILD DISCOURSE AND THEORY OF MIND DEVELOPMENT
  • THE PRESENT STUDY
  • Methods
  • Participants
  • Transcriptions
  • Coding
  • Theory of Mind Tasks
  • Results and Discussion
  • Mental State Language in the Home Environment
  • Associations Between Mother and Child Use of Mental State Language
  • Interim Summary
  • Children's Performance on Theory of Mind Tasks
  • Mental State Language and Children's ToM Performance
  • Theory of Mind Development: The Role of Mother and Child Language
  • Why Language Matters
  • When Language Matters
  • FUTURE DIRECTIONS
  • REFERENCES
  • APPENDIX
  • Coding Procedure Used for Theory of Mind Analyses
  • Rubric Example
  • 4 - Math Talk Between Children and Mothers and Its Connection to Math-Related Practices in the Home Setting
  • IMPORTANCE OF MATH TALK FOR CHILDREN'S MATH SKILLS
  • PARENT BELIEFS ABOUT HOME NUMERACY
  • PARENT-CHILD MATH-RELATED PRACTICES
  • MATH TALK BETWEEN PARENTS AND PRESCHOOLERS
  • METHODS TO STUDY HOME NUMERACY
  • METHODS
  • Participants
  • Analyzed Times and Days
  • Transcriptions
  • Coding for Math Talk
  • Math-Related Practices
  • RESULTS
  • Math Talk During Mealtimes
  • Associations Between Math Talk and Math-Related Practices
  • FUTURE DIRECTIONS
  • REFERENCES
  • APPENDIX
  • Math Talk Coding
  • 5 - Parenting of Preschool Children's Media Use in the Home
  • THE IMPORTANCE OF PARENT-CHILD CONVERSATIONS AROUND MEDIA USE
  • BACKGROUND
  • "New" Electronic Media
  • Timing and Frequency of Exposure
  • Content Exposure
  • Parent-Child Socialization Around Media
  • Parent and Family Characteristics
  • Existing Methodological Approaches to Measuring Electronic Media Exposure
  • METHOD
  • Participants
  • Measures
  • Child Outcome Variables at Wave 2
  • RESULTS
  • Methodology: A Comparison of Maternal Report, Enhanced Audio Recording Signal, and Coded Electronic Media Use
  • Type of Electronic Media Used by Preschool Children in the Home
  • Quality of Mother-Child Conversations During Use of Electronic Media
  • Electronic Media Predicting Child Outcomes
  • DISCUSSION
  • FUTURE DIRECTIONS
  • REFERENCES
  • APPENDIX
  • Electronic Media Coding Instructions for the Media Chapter
  • Time
  • Categories
  • Type of Electronic Media (eg, TV, video games, computers/tablets, cell phones, audio books, etc.)
  • Child/Adult Content
  • Educational/General Content
  • Name of Program
  • Communication Present
  • Talk About Media Rules
  • Talk About Media Content
  • 6 - Food Talk in Families
  • THE IMPORTANCE OF FOOD TALK IN FAMILIES
  • Background
  • Parent Factors
  • Child Factors
  • Naturalistic Home Context
  • Coding Approach
  • METHODS
  • Participants
  • Procedure
  • Measures
  • Food Talk Codes
  • Analysis
  • RESULTS
  • Coding and Reliability
  • Descriptive Results
  • Individual Differences Across Families
  • Social-Contextual Differences in Family Food Talk
  • FUTURE DIRECTIONS
  • Developmental Differences in Food Talk
  • Approaches to Analyzing Food Talk
  • Additional Correlates of Food Talk
  • ACKNOWLEDGMENT
  • REFERENCES
  • APPENDIX
  • Parent State Terms
  • Child State Terms
  • Feeding Practices
  • General Discussion of Food
  • 7 - Conclusion: The Value of Parent Talk
  • A BRIEF SUMMARY OF OUR FINDINGS
  • SOCIALIZING COGNITIVE SKILLS
  • SOCIALIZING HEALTH AND BEHAVIORAL SKILLS
  • LIMITATIONS OF THE DATA
  • FUTURE DIRECTIONS
  • REFERENCES
  • INDEX
  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D
  • E
  • F
  • G
  • H
  • I
  • K
  • L
  • M
  • N
  • O
  • P
  • R
  • S
  • T
  • U
  • V
  • Back Cover

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