Studying the Social Worlds of Children: Sociological Readings

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Contents
Prefacevii
Part I:Studying Children1
Chapter 1 Becoming a Member of Society—Socialization 3
Peter L. Berger and Brigitte Berger
Chapter 2 Beyond Socialization 12
Frances Chaput Waksler
Chapter 3 Conceptions of Children and Models of Socialization 23
Robert W. Mackay
Chapter 4 The Least-Adult Role in Studying Children 38
Nancy Mandell
Chapter 5 Studying Children: Phenomenological Insights 60
Frances Chaput Waksler
Part II:Children in an Adult World71
Chapter 6 Once Upon a Time 73
Norman Waksler
Chapter 7 Tinydopers: A Case Study of Deviant Socialization 77
Patricia A. Adler and Peter Adler
Chapter 8 Dancing When the Music is Over: A Study of Deviance in a Kindergarten Classroom 95
Frances Chaput Waksler
Chapter 9 Watching People Watching Babies 113
Mary Constantine Joyce
Part III:Children in a Child’s World119
Chapter 10 The Culture of Children 1: Introductory 123
The Culture of Children 2: Half-Belief 133
Iona and Peter Opie
Chapter 11 Kids, Culture and Innocents 145
David A. Goode
Chapter 12 Children’s Negotiation of Meaning 161
Nancy Mandell

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