Attachment - A01 & A02 - Cultural varations

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Psychologist who did studies on cultural variations.
1. Ainsworth (1967) 2.Fox (1977) 3.Van Ijendoorn and Kroonberg (1988) 4.Takashi (1990) 5. Grossman and Grossman (1991) 6.Tronick et al (1992)
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What did they find?
1. cross cultural similarities 2. cross cultural similarities 3. cross cultural similarities 4. cross cultural differences. 5.cross cultural differences 6. cross cultural similarities
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A limitation cultural variations in attachment.
A western tool. Rothabaum et al (2000) argued that attachment theory and research is not relevant to other cultures because it is to rooted in American culture.
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What does limitation Rothabaum et al (2000) to cultural variations in attachment suggest/show?
Different cultures have different views on what would be secure attachemet and what would be insecure attachment etc.
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A second limitation to cultural variations in attachment.
Cross culutral similarities might be explained by the ffects of mass media. Van Ijendoorn and Kroonberg suggested that the media e.g Tv and books spread ideas about parenting so that children all over the world are exposed to similar influences.
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What does Van Ijendoorn and Kroonberg limtation to cultural variations in attachment suggest/show?
That clutueral similariteis may not be due to innate biological influences but are because of our increasingly global culture, certaintly in urban areas.
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