Young Minds in Social Worlds

Katherine Nelson re-centers developmental psychology with a revived emphasis on development and change, rather than foundations and continuity.

Author: Katherine Nelson

Publisher: Harvard University Press

ISBN: 0674034864

Category: Psychology

Page: 315

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Katherine Nelson re-centers developmental psychology with a revived emphasis on development and change, rather than foundations and continuity. Nelson argues that a child’s entrance into the community of minds is a gradual process with enormous consequences for child development, and the adults that they become.

Young minds in social worlds

Entering fully into a community where people evaluate actions on the basis of intentions, beliefs, goals, plans, and other mental properties, requires both experience with the social and cultural world—its people, activities, ...

Author: Katherine Nelson

Publisher: Harvard University Press

ISBN: 9780674041400

Category: Psychology

Page: 330

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Katherine Nelson re-centers developmental psychology with a revived emphasis on development and change, rather than foundations and continuity. Nelson argues that a child’s entrance into the community of minds is a gradual process with enormous consequences for child development, and the adults that they become.

Proto Phenomenology Language Acquisition Orality and Literacy

See Nelson, Young Minds in Social Worlds, 184–187. 80. See Andy Clark, “Magic Words: How Language Augments Human Computation,” in Language and Thought, eds. Peter Carruthers and Jill Boucher (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, ...

Author: Lawrence J. Hatab

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers

ISBN: 9781786613998

Category: Philosophy

Page: 328

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Through his innovative study of language, noted Heidegger scholar Lawrence Hatab offers a proto-phenomenological account of the lived world, the “first” world of factical life, where pre-reflective, immediate disclosiveness precedes and makes possible representational models of language. Common distinctions between mind and world, fact and value, cognition and affect miss the meaning-laden dimension of embodied, practical existence, where language and life are a matter of “dwelling in speech.” In this second volume, Hatab supplements and fortifies his initial analysis by offering a detailed treatment of child development and language acquisition, which exhibit a proto-phenomenological world in the making. He then takes up an in-depth study of the differences between oral and written language (particularly in the ancient Greek world) and how the history of alphabetic literacy shows why Western philosophy came to emphasize objective, representational models of cognition and language, which conceal and pass over the presentational domain of dwelling in speech. Such a study offers significant new angles on the nature of philosophy and language.

Young People And Social Change

In these circumstances, identities tended to be developed in socially restricted networks and young people developed assumptive worlds which reflected established class and genderbased relationships. In late modernity, young people ...

Author: Furlong, Andy

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education (UK)

ISBN: 0335218687

Category: Social Science

Page: 185

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Examines modern theoretical interpretations of social change in relation to young people and provides an overview of their experiences in a number of key contexts such as education, employment, leisure, health, crime and politics. This second edition offers introductory text for students in sociology of youth, sociology of education, and more.

Young People Social Media and Health Open Access

As such, it is argued that bodies come to reflect the structures and practices of an individual's social world. Concepts of space and place are important when seeking to understand and explain young people's everyday social practices, ...

Author: Victoria Goodyear

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781351026963

Category: Education

Page: 232

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The pervasiveness of social media in young people’s lives is widely acknowledged, yet there is little evidence-based understanding of the impacts of social media on young people’s health and wellbeing. Young People, Social Media and Health draws on novel research to understand, explain, and illustrate young people’s experiences of engagement with health-related social media; as well as the impacts they report on their health, wellbeing, and physical activity. Using empirical case studies, digital representations, and evidence from multi-sector and interdisciplinary stakeholders and academics, this volume identifies the opportunities and risk-related impacts of social media. Offering new theoretical insights and practical guidelines for educators, practitioners, parents/guardians, and policy makers; Young People, Social Media and Health will also appeal to students and researchers interested in fields such as Sociology of Sport, Youth Sports Development, Secondary Physical Education, and Media Effects.

1989 Young People and Social Change After the Fall of the Berlin Wall

of civil society , human rights , and democratic public opinion with conspicuously private conceptions of the social world characterised by social anomy and loss of collective / historical memory . This tendency is in accord with ...

Author: Carmen Leccardi

Publisher: Council of Europe

ISBN: 9287171831

Category: Political Science

Page: 207

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After the collapse of state socialism at the end of the 1980s, young people in Eastern Europe began to play a dramatically different role in society. Once cast as the vital, reinvigorating protagonists of the communist ideal, they emerged as promoters of democratisation and agents of a now hegemonic market system. Twenty years after the fall of the Berlin Wall in November 1989, an event symbolising both the lifting of the Iron Curtain and the end of the Cold War, an international seminar was held in Budapest to discuss how the opening of eastern European societies to western Europe and the world had changed the living conditions and experiences of young people growing up in the region. This collection of essays, based on this seminar, examines the circumstances of young people in eastern Europe before and after 1989 from a variety of angles: their transition to adulthood; their living conditions; the scope they have for social participation; the way in which they construct their identities and constitute and represent current social realities; their cultures and genders; and the interplay of continuities and discontinuities around this historic watershed. This book, which pays particularly close attention to the relationship between research, policy and practice, is an invaluable tool for anyone wishing to achieve a deeper understanding of young people in Eastern Europe today.

Children Young People and Social Inclusion

One young man had tried running away when a group attacked him but they caught him up so he then fought back . ... It is well known that for children and young people at all ages peers are normally central to their social worlds ...

Author: E. Kay M. Tisdall

Publisher: Policy Press

ISBN: 186134662X

Category: Political Science

Page: 256

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Social inclusion and participation have become policy mantras in the UK and Europe. As these concepts are being translated into policies and practice, it is a critical time to examine their interpretation, implementation and impacts. This book asks how far and in what way social inclusion policies are meeting the needs of children and young people.

New Perspectives on Human Development

Young minds in social worlds. Cambridge: Harvard University Press. Perner, J. 1991. Understanding the representational mind. Cambridge: MIT Press. Tomasello, M. 1999. The cultural origins of human cognition.

Author: Nancy Budwig

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9781107112322

Category: Medical

Page: 495

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This book address fundamental questions of human development, revisiting old questions and applying original empirical findings.

The Routledge International Handbook of Young Children s Thinking and Understanding

Lundy, B. L. (2003) Father- and mother-infant face to face interactions: Differences in mindrelated comments and infant attachment? ... Nelson, K. (2007) Young Minds in Social Worlds: Experience, Meaning, and Memory.

Author: Sue Robson

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317597155

Category: Education

Page: 508

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This ground-breaking handbook provides a much-needed, contemporary and authoritative reference text on young children’s thinking. The different perspectives represented in the thirty-nine chapters contribute to a vibrant picture of young children, their ways of thinking and their efforts at understanding, constructing and navigating the world. The Routledge International Handbook of Young Children’s Thinking and Understanding brings together commissioned pieces by a range of hand-picked influential, international authors from a variety of disciplines who share a high public profile for their specific developments in the theories of children’s thinking, learning and understanding. The handbook is organised into four complementary parts: • How can we think about young children’s thinking?: Concepts and contexts • Knowing about the brain and knowing about the mind • Making sense of the world • Documenting and developing children’s thinking Supported throughout with relevant research and case studies, this handbook is an international insight into the many ways there are to understand children and childhood paired with the knowledge that young children have a strong, vital, and creative ability to think and to understand, and to create and contend with the world around them.

Young People and Social Media Contemporary Children s Digital Culture

Similar to the offline world, in which it must be specified not to tell strangers where one lives, young people often have yet to develop healthy reticence when it comes to sharing personal information. How well do children understand ...

Author: Steve Gennaro

Publisher: Vernon Press

ISBN: 9781648893209

Category: Social Science

Page: 455

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‘Young People and Social Media: Contemporary Children’s Digital Culture’ explores the practices, relationships, consequences, benefits, and outcomes of children’s experiences with, on, and through social media by bringing together a vast array of different ideas about childhood, youth, and young people’s lives. These ideas are drawn from scholars working in a variety of disciplines, and rather than just describing the social construction of childhood or an understanding of children’s lives, this collection seeks to encapsulate not only how young people exist on social media but also how their physical lives are impacted by their presence on social media. One of the aims of this volume in exploring youth interaction with social media is to unpack the structuring of digital technologies in terms of how young people access the technology to use it as a means of communication, a platform for identification, and a tool for participation in their larger social world. During longstanding and continued experience in the broad field of youth and digital culture, we have come to realize that not only is the subject matter increasing in importance at an immeasurable rate, but the amount of textbooks and/or edited collections has lagged behind considerably. There is a lack of sources that fully encapsulate the canon of texts for the discipline or the rich diversity and complexity of overlapping subject areas that create the fertile ground for studying young people’s lives and culture. The editors hope that this text will occupy some of that void and act as a catalyst for future interdisciplinary collections. ‘Young People and Social Media: Contemporary Children’s Digital Culture’ will appeal to undergraduate students studying Child and Youth Studies and—given the interdisciplinary nature of the collection— scholars, researchers and students at all levels working in anthropology, psychology, sociology, communication studies, cultural studies, media studies, education, and human rights, among others. Practitioners in these fields will also find this collection of particular interest.