Child Development at the intersection of Race and SES, Volume 57 in the Advances in Child Development and Behavior series, presents theoretical and empirical scholarship illuminating how race/ethnicity and socioeconomic status intersect to shape children's development and developmental contexts. Important chapters in this new release include the Implications of Intersecting Socioeconomic and Racial Identities for Academic Achievement and Well-being, The home environment of low-income Latino children: Challenges and opportunities, Profiles of race/ethnicity and socioeconomic status: Implications for ethnic/racial identity, discrimination and sleep, Youths' sociopolitical perceptions and mental health: Intersections between race, class, and gender, and much more.
Rather than focusing on the additive effects of race/ethnicity and SES, which is typical (and a limitation) in the developmental literature, the scholarship in this book considers how the factors and processes shaping the development of children of color can differ markedly across the socioeconomic continuum. This collection illustrates how applying an intersectional lens to developmental science can yield unique insights into the challenges confronting, and assets buoying, both minority and majority children's healthy development.
- Includes contributions from renowned developmental scholars working at the forefront of their fields
- Presents a multidisciplinary focus that will be useful to developmental psychologists, sociologists, family scientists and those whose interests and work fall under the purview of those disciplines
- Examines multiple dimensions and factors shaping childhood development
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1. Child Development at the Intersection of Race and SES: An Overview Daphne Henry, Elizabeth Votruba-Drzal, and Portia Miller 2. The Cultural Context of Infant Development: Variability, Specificity, and Universality Yana A. Kuchirko and Catherine S. Tamis-LeMonda 3. Young Latinx Children: At the Intersections of Race and Socioeconomic Status Natasha J. Cabrera, Avery Hennigar, Martha Yumiseva, and Claudia Galindo 4. Innovating Resilience Promotion: Integrating Cultural Practices, Social Ecologies and Development-Sensitive Conceptual Strategies for Advancing Child Well-being Margaret B. Spencer, Bronwyn N. Lodato,Charles Spencer, Lauren Rich, Christopher Graziul, and Traci English-Clarke 5. Implications of Intersecting Socioeconomic and Racial-Ethnic Identities for Academic Achievement and Well-being Mesmin Destin, Michelle Rheinschmidt-Same, and Jennifer A. Richeson 6. Intersecting Experiences, Motivating Beliefs: The Joint Roles of Class and Race/Ethnicity in the Development of Youths' Sociopolitical Perceptions and Participation Amanda L. Roy, Marbella Uriostegui, and Melissa Uribe 7. Adolescent Profiles of Ethnicity/Race and Socioeconomic Status: Implications for Sleep and the Role of Discrimination and Ethnic/Racial Identity Yuen Mi Cheon, Pak See Ip, and Tiffany Yip 8. Parenting within Residential Neighborhoods: A Pluralistic Approach with African American and Latino Families at the Center Dawn Witherspoon, Emily M. May, Mayra Bamaca, Saskia Boggs, and Ashley McDonald 9. Safe and Sound? Exploring Parents' Perceptions of Neighborhood Safety at the Nexus of Race and Socioeconomic Status Daphne Henry, Portia Miller, Elizabeth Votruba-Drzal, and Alyssa K. Parr