Children of Different Worlds: The Formation of Social Behavior

@inproceedings{Whiting1988ChildrenOD,
  title={Children of Different Worlds: The Formation of Social Behavior},
  author={B. Whiting and C. Edwards and C. Ember and G. M. Erchak and S. Harkness and R. Munroe and Sara B. Nerlove and S. Seymour},
  year={1988}
}
The culmination of twenty years of research, this book is a cross-cultural exploration of the ways in which age, gender, and culture affect the development of social behavior in children. The authors and their associates observed children between the ages of two and ten going about their daily lives in communities in Africa, India, the Philippines, Okinawa, Mexico, and the United States. This rich fund of data has enabled them to identify the types of social behavior that are universal and… Expand
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Children of different worlds : The formation of social behavior . Children of different worlds : the formation of social behavior
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