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Belonging to Puerto Rico and America: New York Puerto Rican Children's Developing Conceptualization of Their Own Cultural Group
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Authors: Abigal Stahl McNamee (Lehman College, The City University of New York, NY 
Book Description:
This book is based on a study which investigates the developing conceptualization of twenty-four first, third, and fifth-grade New York Puerto Rican children of their own cultural group. Unique to the study is the notion that children are developing a conceptualization of a cultural group and that this conceptualization begins quite early, within the first decade of life. While the study focuses on one group, it raises the probability that the immigrant children of other cultural groups are also developing a conceptualization of their group as they reconcile two primary, but different cultures. The study may stimulate similar studies with children of other cultural groups as they immigrate to a new country.

The twenty-four children were individually asked to respond to interview questions aimed at eliciting their conceptualization of "Puerto Ricaness". Given the young age of the children, oral questions were often supported with manipulatives including miniature dolls and photographs representing different cultural groups, marker and paper for drawing.

The study focused on nineteen domains and their content which emerge as relevant organizers of children thinking about their cultural group: twelve domains relevant to Puerto Rican people, six domains relevant to the country of Puerto Rico, and one domain relevant to the dual life of Puerto Ricans as they live in the United States while maintaining physical and/or psychological contact with Puerto Rico.

Analysis of the data was organized around patterns in the children's responses related to frequency of reference to each of the nineteen domains (Global Conceptualization, Differentiated Conceptualization, Integrated Conceptualization, and Hierarchically Integrated Conceptualization), and emerging themes in the children's conceptualization.

Table of Contents:
Background

Introduction:

Chapter 1: Children as Cultural and Ethnic Beings pp.1-18

Chapter 2: Children of Immigrant Families pp.19-28

Chapter 3: Children as Conceptual Thinkers pp.29-44

CHILDRENS' CONCEPTUALIZATION OF PUERTO RICANNESS pp.45-46

Chapter 4: Asking Puerto Rican Children about Puerto Ricanness pp.47-56

Chapter 5: Patterns in the Children's Conceptualization of Puerto Ricanness pp.57-76

Chapter 6: The Development of the Childrens' Overall Conceptualization of Puerto Ricanness pp.77-96

EMERGENT THEMES IN THE CHILDREN'S CONCEPTUALIZATION OF
PUERTO RICANNESS

Chapter 7: The Importance of Homeland

Chapter 8: The Importance of Family Ties

Chapter 9: The Importance of Physical Appearance

Chapter 10: The Importance of Language

Chapter 11: The Importance of the “Specialness” of Puerto Rican People

Chapter 12: The Importance of Prejudice

Chapter 13: The Importance of Safety

Chapter 14: Thinking about the Children's Thinking and Thinking about Application

Appendices

Index

   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2009
   Pages: 281 pp.
   ISBN: 978-1-60692-493-8
   Status: AV
  
Status Code Description
AN Announcing
FM Formatting
PP Page Proofs
FP Final Production
EP Editorial Production
PR At Prepress
AP At Press
AV Available
  
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