La Socialización Cognitiva y su Mediatización A Través de Contextos Culturales

Portes, Pedro R.
June 2008
Revista de Psicología (1669-2438);2008, Vol. 4 Issue 7, p23
Academic Journal
Literature about adult-child interaction becomes integrated by connecting the factors related to the Socioeconomic Level (SEL) with the differences in socialization. The first section outlines theoretical and research questions related to SEL influence on adult-child interaction patterns. The second section supplies an example of both, the dominant one and the studies on the Cultural-Historical Activity Theory (CHAT) regarding adult-child interaction with connections to the differences in SEL mediation. The third section focuses on the historical construction of the socioeconomic level, together with SEL differences and cultural assets. A model that articulates the dynamic relationship between individuals and society is drawn by means of the participation in activity frameworks in time. In the last section, conclusions and areas for future research are identified.


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