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Biosocial Perspectives on Children

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Childhood is a uniquely human life-stage, and is both a biological phenomenon and a social construct. Research on children is currently of wide-ranging interest. This book presents reviews of childhood from four major areas of interest - human evolution, sociology/social anthropology, bio-medical anthropology and developmental psychology - to form a biosocial, cross-cultural understanding of childhood. The book places a strong emphasis on how childhood varies from culture to culture, offering examples from developed and ...

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Biosocial Perspectives on Children
1998, Cambridge University Press, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780521572972

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Biosocial Perspectives on Children
1998, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge

ISBN-13: 9780521575959

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