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Child Development: Context, Culture, and Cascades stands apart in the landscape of child development textbooks by emphasizing the multiple interrelated contexts in which development occurs, including culture, and the ways that each stage of development informs and affects later stages of developmentā€”cascades. Child Development: Context, Culture, and Cascades systematically emphasizes these themes to help students arrive at a deeper understanding of how children develop and the methods used to study that development. This book is authoritative and research based, yet approachable and clear, offering a modern appraisal of the state of child development that will assist all students taking this course whether they plan to continue their research study of children or to work with them in real life settings.

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