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ArtikelConcepts of Mother - Infant Interaction in Greece and Germany  
Oleh: Keller, Heidi ; Voelker, Susanne ; Chrysikou, Evangelia ; Lohaus, Arnold ; Kuensemueller, Petra ; Lamm, Bettina ; Kokkinaki, Theano ; Mousouli, Vicky ; Papaligoura, Zaira ; Papaeliou, Christina
Jenis: Article from Journal - ilmiah internasional
Dalam koleksi: Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology ( vol. 34 no. 6 (Nov. 2003), page 677-689.
Topik: SOCIALIZATION; parenting; contingency; warmth; independence; socialization
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Isi artikelThis study deals with parenting from a cultural perspective. Based on Kagitcibasi's model of the autonomous relational self, the authors analyzed greek urban middle - class mothers' parenting strategies and compares then with german urban middle - calls mothers' parenting styles. Interactional behaviours were assessed during videotaped, free - play home observations. It was assumed that urban middle - class greek and german mothers do not differ in their display of face - to - face context and object stimulation, both considered as supporting an independent agency, that greek mothers modulate the face - to - fact context more with facial warmth than do german mothers who on the other hand, modulate their face - to - face behaviour more with experiences of contingency than do greek mothers. The data confirm our assumptions with the exception of baby talk as a second indicator of facial warmth. The data are interpreted in terms of foundations of socialization pathways of urban families in independent and interrelated societies without denying intracultural variability.
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