親子関係のダイナミクス:ハンドブック<br>Handbook of Dynamics in Parent-Child Relations

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親子関係のダイナミクス:ハンドブック
Handbook of Dynamics in Parent-Child Relations

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 492 p.
  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9780761923640
  • DDC分類 306.874

Full Description

This Handbook provides an innovative, interdisciplinary perspective on theory, research and methodology on dynamic processes in parent-child relations. It focuses on cognitive, behavioural and relational processes that govern immediate parent-child interactions and long-term relationships. It considers the nature of change, and what makes such interactions and relationships`work' the way they do. The concern with dynamics represents an emerging research perspective, which complements a long-standing alternative tradition primarily concerned with the products of parenting. This volume focuses on process rather than outcomes, bi-directional influence rather than either parent effects or child effects, transformation in behaviour and relationships in addition to continuity and transmission, and parents and children as agents and actors (what parents and children do and think) rather than as static traits or variables.

Contents

Preface: Introduction and Overview - Leon Kuczynski
Part I. CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORKS AND PROCESSES IN PARENT-CHILD RELATIONS
Ch. 1. Beyond Bidirectionality: Bilateral Conceptual Frameworks for Studying Dynamics in Paren-Child Relations - Leon Kuczynski
Ch. 2. A Developmental Neuroscience Perspective on the Dynamics of Parenting - Daphne B. Bugental, Deborah H. Olster, & Gabriela A. Martorell (all of the University of California, Santa Barbara)
Ch. 3. Developmental Change in Parenting Interactions - W. Andrew Collins (University of Minnesota) & Stephanie D. Madsen (Western Maryland College)
Ch. 4. Conceptualizing the Influence of Past & Future in Present Parent-Child Relationships - Susan Lollis (University of Guelph)
PART II: PERSPECTIVES ON CHILDREN'S AGENCY
Ch. 5. A Developmental Perspective on Children as Agents in the Family - E. Mark Cummings & Alice C. Schermerhorn (both of University of Notre Dame)
Ch. 6. Perspectives on Children's Agency Within Families: A View from the Sociology of Childhood - Virginia Morrow (London School of Economics & Political Science)
Ch. 7. The Aggressive Child as Agent in Coercive Family Processes - Donald Kent & Debra Pepler (both of York University)
Ch. 8. Behavioral Genetics Contributions to Understanding Dynamic Processes in Parent-Child Relationships - Thomas G. O'Connor (Institute of Psychiatry, London)
PART III: PERSPECTIVES ON PARENTAL AGENCY
Ch. 9. Parenting as a Goal-Regulation Process - Theodore Dix & Sylvia H. Branca (both of University of Texas at Austin)
Ch. 10. Meta-Parenting in the Journey of Child Rearing: A Cognitive Mechanism for Change - George W. Holden & Carol Kozak Hawk (both of University of Texas at Austin)
Ch. 11. Effective Socialization as Problem-Solving & the Role of Parenting Cognitions - Joan E. Grusec (University of Toronto) & Judy Ungerer (Macquarie University, Sydney)
Ch. 12. Parental Agency & Mental Health: Proaction & Construction in Families with a Depressed Parent - Carolyn Byrne (University of Ontario Institute of Technology)
PART IV: PARENT-CHILD INTERACTIONS IN RELATIONAL & ECOLOGICAL SYSTEMS
Chap. 13. Managing the External Environment: The Parent & Child as Active Agents in the System - Ross D. Parke, Colleen M. Killian, Jessica Dennis, Mary L. Flyr, David J. McDowell, Sandra D. Simpkins, Mina Kim & Margaret Wild
Chap. 14. Parent-Child Relationships in Cross-Cultural Perspective - Gisela Trommsdorff (University of Konstanz)) & Hans-Joachim Kornadt (University of the Saarland)
Chap. 15. Parenting & Adult Development: Contexts, Processes & Products of Intergenerational Relationships - Rob Palkovitz, Loren D. Marks, & David W. Appleby (all of University of Delaware), & Erin Kramer Holmes (University of Texas at Austin)
Chap. 16. Parent-Child Relations in Adulthood: An Intergenerational Family Systems Perspective - Joan E. Norris (University of Guelph), Michael W. Pratt (Wilfrid Laurier University), & Stephanie L. Kuiack (University of Guelph)
PART V: METHODOLOGY
Chap. 17. Quantitative Methods for Deductive (Theory-Testing) Research on Parent-Child Dynamics - William L. Cook (Maine Medical Center)
Chap. 18. Qualitative Methods as Inductive (Theory-Generating) Research: Psychological & Sociological Approaches - Leon Kuczynski & Kerry Daly (both of University of Guelph)
PART VI: IMPLICATIONS FOR RESEARCH & PRACTICE
Chap. 19. Parent-Based Interventions for Aggressive Children: Adapting to a Bilateral Lens - Timothy A. Cavell (University of Arkansas) & Paul S. Strand (Washington State University)
Chap. 20. Reconstructing Common Sense: Metaphors of Bidirectionality in Parent-Child Relations - Leon Kuczynski, Susan Lollis, & Yuiko Takei (all of University of Guelph)
Chap. 21. Epilogue: Dynamic Viewpoints on Parent-Child Relations: Their Implications for the Socialization Process - Eleanor Maccoby (Stanford University)