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Childrearing Values in the United States and China

A Comparison of Belief Systems and Social Structure

by Xiao, Hong

  • 17 Want to read
  • 2 Currently reading

Published by Praeger Publishers .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Children,
  • Family & Relationships,
  • Family / Parenting / Childbirth,
  • Sociology,
  • China,
  • USA,
  • Ethnic Studies - General,
  • Parenting - General,
  • Family & Relationships / General,
  • General,
  • Child rearing,
  • Social aspects,
  • Social values,
  • United States

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages184
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9432103M
    ISBN 100275973131
    ISBN 109780275973131

      Indian immigrant families in the U.S. may have a number of child-rearing customs and beliefs that differ from those of other U.S. families, depending on the extent to which the family tries to maintain their Indian traditions.   In some countries, such as China, having or more books in the home propels children years further in their education. In the United States.

      In reporting her book, says Senior, when she asked mothers who they went to for parenting advice, they named friends, websites and books. None named their own mothers. Only the most current child-rearing strategies were desired, in order Author: Amy S. Choi. core democratic values and freedoms, which must be protected by institutional vigilance and effective governance. • Openness and freedom are fundamental elements of American democracy and intrinsic strengths of the United States and its way of life. These values must be protected against corrosive actions by China and other countries.

    In the United States, one in six women remains unmarried in her early forties. This is about the same proportion as in Japan, and is approaching its highest-ever rate in the US. In his book The Marriage-Go- Round: The State of Marriage and the Family in America Today (), sociologist Andrew Cherlin proposes that America's "love-hate" relationship with marriage stems from all of the following EXCEPT that: a. Americans value marriage very highly; almost 90% of Americans eventually marry. b.


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Hong Xiao examines the linkage between social structure and child-rearing values in the United States and China.

Her primary objectives are to examine the underlying structure of childrearing values, discover the dynamics of the structural-level, family-level, and individual-level determinants of childrearing values, and to compare patterns of value orientations in the two by: Childrearing Values in the United States and China: A Comparison of Belief Systems and Social Structure - Kindle edition by Xiao, Hong.

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Hong Xiao examines the linkage between social structure and child-rearing values in the United States and China. Her primary objectives are to examine the underlying structure of childrearing values, discover the dynamics of the structural-level, family-level, and individual-level determinants of childrearing values, and to compare patterns of value orientations in the two : $ Get this from a library.

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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Hong Xiao. Get this from a library. Childrearing values in the United States and China: a comparison of belief systems and social structure. [Hong Xiao] -- Hong Xiao examines the linkage between social structure and child-rearing values in the United States and China.

Her primary objectives are to examine the underlying structure of childrearing values. Despite the huge differences between American and Chinese parenting styles, when Chinese raise their children in the US, they will gradually incorporate some of their values.

“Before we came here, the way we educated our kids and the way Americans do is like different tracks,” Chen Tingting says. Abstract. This paper describes traditional and modern Chinese cultural values regarding educational achievement and how they are reflected in the beliefs of parents and children.

Chinese philosophy traditionally has emphasized human malleability and the value of self- improvement. Author(s): Xiao,Hong, Title(s): Childrearing values in the United States and China: a comparison of belief systems and social structure/ Hong Xiao.

Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Westport, Conn.: Praeger, Hong XIAO of Northwest University, Xi’an | Read 18 publications | Contact Hong XIAO Childrearing Values in the United States and China: A Comparison of Belief Systems and Social Structure Occupation: Professor of Sociology.

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The U.S. pronouncement that it no longer considers Hong Kong to be independent from China paves the way for future sanctions, which could hurt the very people the United States.

These cultural values are apparent in compensation systems. The predominant bases for pay in the United States are performance and knowledge, which represents equity (Heneman and Werner, ). According to these cross-national studies, there are three primary rules governing individuals' compensation award decisions: equity, equality, and need.

The book is one of dozens of storybooks from a list recommended by the education agencies of China, the United States and Mexico that Cheung and her collaborators analyzed for the study.

They created a list of "learning-related" values and checked to see how often the books promoted them. In the s, when the United States reopened its relations with China, the pendulum swung back again.

Americans reached into their toolkit and, surprise, pulled out. "Preschool in Three Cultures offers new insight into the education of young children in China and elsewhere.

If the book's outline of research methodology seems a little academic at first—read on, for it is an approach which gives a voice to parents, teachers, and educationalists in all three countries.

Traditional early childhood education in China currently faces both internal and external challenges changing family structures and increased influence of foreign ideas and values.

Child-rearing practices and patterns of family interaction vary in different cultures. For example, ethnographic studies show that sibling caregiving is much more widespread and significant in many cultures than it is in the United States. Values, Psychology of. United States, parents of higher socioeconomic status value.

exception of China, speci fi c values mostly do Author: Daphna Oyserman. The book is one of dozens of storybooks from a list recommended by the education agencies of China, the United States and Mexico that Cheung and her .According to your book, working and middle class parents differ in their choice of important childrearing values primarily because of _____.

fundamental differences in work relationships Based on sociological studies, the kinship ties with the strongest feelings of obligation are ____________.