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by James E. Youniss

Author: James E. Youniss
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Univ of Chicago Pr (July 1, 1980)
Pages: 320 pages
Category: Politics
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Most studies of social development in children have relied on the assumption that adults' instructions to children pass on. .James Youniss is professor of psychology and a member of the Boys Town Center for the Study of Youth Development at the Catholic University of America.

Most studies of social development in children have relied on the assumption that adults' instructions to children pass on knowledge of the rules of behavior which govern and preserve society. Series: Sullivan-Piaget Perspective.

In this volume, James Youniss argues that the child's relations with his or her friends and peers make a distinctive and critically important contribution to social development

In this volume, James Youniss argues that the child's relations with his or her friends and peers make a distinctive and critically important contribution to social development.

Parents and peers in social development: A Sullivan-Piaget perspective. High school community service as a predictor of adult voting and volunteering. D Hart, TM Donnelly, J Youniss, R Atkins. University of Chicago Press, 1980. What we know about engendering civic identity. J Youniss, JA McLellan, M Yates. American Behavioral Scientist 40 (5), 620-631, 1997. Dimensions of citizenship and opportunities for youth development: The what, why, when, where, and who of citizenship development. LR Sherrod, C Flanagan, J Youniss.

In this volume, James Youniss argues that the child's relations with his or her friends and peers make a distinctive and critically important contribution to social development. ISBN13:9780226964843.

Parents and peers in social development: A Sullivan-Piaget perspective. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Cite this chapter as: Buhrmester . Furman . 1986) The Changing Functions of Friends in Childhood: A Neo-Sullivanian Perspective. eds) Friendship and Social Interaction. Springer Series in Social Psychology. Springer, New York, NY.

A Sullivan-Piaget Perspective. In this volume, James Youniss argues that the child’s relations with his or her friends and peers make a distinctive and critically important contribution to social development. Most studies of social development in children have relied on the assumption that adults' instructions to children pass on knowledge of the rules of behavior which govern and preserve society. In this volume, James Youniss argues that the child's relations with his or her friends and peers make a distinctive and critically important contribution to social development.

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Most studies of social development in children have relied on the assumption that adults' instructions to children pass on knowledge of the rules of behavior which govern and preserve society. In this volume, James Youniss argues that the child's relations with his or her friends and peers make a distinctive and critically important contribution to social development. While the child's relations with parents and other adults provide a sense of order and authority, peer relations are a source of sensitivity, self-understanding, and interpersonal cooperation.Following a discussion of the views of Harry Stack Sullivan and Jean Piaget, whose theories are synthesized in Youniss's perspective, Youniss presents a wealth of empirical data from studies in which children describe their own views of their two social worlds.