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hapter 13 Toddlers ' guided participation with their caregivers in cultural activity *

  title={hapter 13 Toddlers ' guided participation with their caregivers in cultural activity *},
  author={Em Mosier and Jayanthi Mistry and Artin G{\"o}nc{\"u}},
This chapter focuses on cultural similarities and variations in the guided participation of children in sociocultural activities. Children around the world, including middle-class US children, learn and develop in situations of joint involvement with other people in culturally important activities. Caregivers and companions collaborate with children in deciding the nature of children's activities and their responsibilities for participation. In the process of collaboration, children adapt their… 

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