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Leon Kuczynski

In: Handbook of Dynamics in Parent-Child Relations

Chapter 1: Beyond Bidirectionality: Bilateral Conceptual Frameworks for Understanding Dynamics in Parent-Child Relations

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Beyond Bidirectionality: Bilateral Conceptual Frameworks for Understanding Dynamics in Parent-Child Relations
Beyond bidirectionality: Bilateral conceptual frameworks for understanding dynamics in parent-child relations
LeonKuczynski

Research on parent-child relations is guided not only by theories but also by overarching conceptual frameworks that provide assumptions and ideas about the fundamental nature of the social world. Hartup (1978) described the “social mold” model of socialization as an early conceptual framework that dominated thinking about parent-child relations prior to the 1970s and identified an emerging new framework of assumptions that assigned a central role to children within an interactive process of socialization. His prediction of a “new golden age” in research on socialization and family dynamics has proved to be accurate. A quarter century of research conducted under the conceptual framework of ...

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