Studying the Social Worlds of Children: Sociological Readings

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Index
NOTE: Many entries include information on both children and adults without distinguishing between them. Attention is called to the entry ‘sociological study, suggestions for’ as a guide to research projects.
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absolutism (absolute, absoluteness) (see also relativism) 5-6, 17, 18, 66, 68, 146, 235, 240
abuse 248
child 216, 248
access behavior 54, 55
account 30, 33, 49, 194 fn
taking 161, 162, 167-169, 171, 173, 179, 217, 222, 234
taking, three parts 162
act-object relationship 163
action (social)
alignment of 162, 175
joining 162, 169, 170, 171, 172, 174
joint 41, 43, 53, 56, 171, 173, 175
lines of 171, 172, 174, 175, 176
logic of children’s 193
public 171, 174, 175
relation to talk 250-252
action reproduction, as access strategy 54, 55-56
activity (see also action)
absorption with 165, 174
adult expectations of children’s 193
adult interpretation of children’s 215
adult redefinition of children’s 119
age-appropriate 68
as combination of item and slot 210
category bound 198, 204-206, 207
child-created 255
child-selected 166
child structured 42, 47
children’s lack of control over (see also children’s control) 222, 223-224
‘doing describing’ (see description)
flow of 174
in a sequence 210
mutual 175
problematic 171
self-reflective 165, 167, 174
semi-child-structured 42
shared 174
solitary 154, 179, 180
procedures for identifying 179
talk as 209
teacher-directed 42, 166, 181
teacher-selected 182
teacher-structured 47
temporal ordering of 153
activity-category 205
Adler, P.A. and P. 39, 95, 217, 235, 249
adult beliefs (see beliefs, adult)
adult ethnocentrism (see also adultcentric) 39
adult-child interaction (see interaction, child-adult)

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