5 edition of Human Development across Lives and Generations found in the catalog.
August 2, 2004
by Cambridge University Press
Written in English
|Contributions||P. Lindsay Chase-Lansdale (Editor), Kathleen Kiernan (Editor), Ruth J. Friedman (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||412|
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Lindsay Chase. Get this from a library. Human development across lives and generations: the potential for change. [P Lindsay Chase-Lansdale; Kathleen Kiernan; Ruth J Friedman;] -- "The main purpose of our volume is to link and integrate the lessons learned from multiple disciplines about change and continuity in order to examine how our nations can improve life.
Get this from a library. Human development across lives and generations: the potential for change. [P Lindsay Chase-Lansdale; Kathleen Kiernan; Ruth J Friedman;] -- Our volume examines the potential for change during the life course and across generations.
We address the possibilities for promoting healthy development from infancy to adulthood in three key. A catalog record for this book is available from the British Library. Library of Congress Cataloging in Publication Data Human development across lives and generations: the potential for change / edited by P.
Lindsay Chase-Lansdale, Kathleen Kiernan, Ruth J. Friedman. – (The Jacobs Foundation series on adolescence). Part I. Introduction and Overview: 1.
Human development across lives and generations: the potential for change; 2. Life-course development: the interplay of social-selection and social causations within and across generations; Part II. Human Capital: 3. An overview of economic and social opportunities and disadvantage in European households; 4.
How much change is possible over a lifetime and across generations. What is realistic in what we can do to promote healthy human development in our world.
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Indices of human well‐being in current use are insensitive to human dependence on the natural environment, both at a moment in time and across generations. Moreover, international discussions on economic development in poor regions frequently Author: Partha Dasgupta.
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Glen H. Elder, Jr. theorized the life course as based on five key principles: life-span development, human agency, historical time and geographic place, timing of decisions, and linked lives.
As a concept, a life course is defined as "a sequence of socially defined events and roles that the individual enacts over time" (Giele and Elderp. M.M. Shah, in Encyclopedia of Ecology, Sustainable Development.
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