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Childhood evolving

Melvin Konner

Childhood evolving

relationships, emotion, mind

by Melvin Konner

  • 361 Want to read
  • 5 Currently reading

Published by Belknap Press of Harvard University Press in Cambridge, Mass .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Children -- Anthropometry,
  • Child development,
  • Child psychology,
  • Childhood

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementMelvin Konner.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsGN63 .K67 2010
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23677283M
    ISBN 109780674045668
    LC Control Number2009025737

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The book is split into four main sections: Phylogenetic Origins of Childhood (i.e., the historical evolution of childhood), Anatomical Bases of Psychosocial Growth (i.e., the neuroscience of childhood and the general biology of childhood), The Evolving Social Context of Ontogeny (i.e., the fit between a child and Childhood evolving book environment), and The Cited by: Specific childhood experiences must occur to sustain specific cultural traits, and once these experiences no longer occur the trait disappears.

The evidence for the evolution of childhood will be examined in this essay, and the remainder of the psychogenic theory will be spelled out in the rest of this book. PREVIOUS WORKS ON CHILDREN IN HISTORY.

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It starts out with damn old tropes and bit of spunky adventure, but it quickly becomes obvious that all that was a lark/5(K). Melvin Konner's The Evolution of Childhood is the sort of book that is often described as “magisterial”: It is very long, nearly a thousand pages; it is obviously the product of extensive and painstaking research; and it contains an enormous amount of extremely varied and often interesting material.

It is clearly intended as a grand synthesis. As a developmental Cited by: 1. This book is an intellectual tour de force: a comprehensive Darwinian interpretation of human development.

Looking at the entire range of human evolutionary history, Melvin Konner tells the compelling and complex story of how cross-cultural and universal characteristics of our growth from infancy to adolescence became rooted in genetically inherited characteristics of the.

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My most recent book, Exploring Key Issues in Early Childhood and Technology: Evolving Perspectives and Innovative Approaches (), is a collection of essays about young children and technology written by 17 thought leaders and innovators from the U.S., Great Britain, Scotland, Norway, Israel and Australia.

Exploring Key Issues in Early Childhood and Technology. Edited by Chip Donohue. TEC Center Founding Director, Chip Donohue has edited a new book that explores issues and opportunities at the intersection of young children, child development, early learning, emerging technology and children’s media.

Exploring Key Issues in Early Childhood and Technology offers early childhood allies, both in the classroom and out, a cutting-edge overview of the most important topics related to technology and media use in the early years. In this powerful resource, international experts share their wealth of experience and unpack complex issues into a collection of accessibly Author: Chip Donohue.

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Dr. Collins shares memories from his childhood growing up on a farm with his parents and brothers in the Shenandoah Valley. New York Times. Online: Novem How Lewis Carroll's photographs of children gave visual form to evolving ideas about childhood in the Victorian era Lewis Carroll began photographing children in the mid-nineteenth century, at a time when the young medium of photography was opening up new possibilities for visual representation and.