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Self-Esteem in Time and Place
How American Families Imagine, Enact, and Personalize a Cultural Ideal
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Peggy J. Miller is Professor Emerita in the Departments of Psychology and Communication at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. She is a developmental cultural psychologist whose scholarship bridges disciplines in search of a culture-inclusive understanding of human development. She has written extensively on early socialization, personal narrative, and ethnographic methods. Grace E. Cho is Associate Professor and Chair of the Psychology Department at St. Olaf College. She is also faculty in the Family Studies and the Gender Studies Programs. Located at the intersection of developmental psychology, family studies, and cultural psychology, her research focuses on the sociocultural factors and parenting processes that shape children's emotional and self development.
Introduction Section I: Histories Chapter 1 Origins of the Self-Esteem Imaginary Chapter 2 The Age of Self-Esteem Section II: Beliefs Chapter 3 A Chorus of Parental Voices Chapter 4 Nuanced and Dissenting Voices Section III: Practices Chapter 5 Praise and Affirmation Chapter 6 Discipline Chapter 7 Child-Affirming Artifacts Section IV: Persons Chapter 8 Emily Parker and Her Family Chapter 9 Eric Prewitt and His Family Chapter 10 Charisse Jackson and Her Family Chapter 11 Brian Tatler and His Family Chapter 12 Commentary: Personalization Chapter 13 Conclusions Appendix A: Methods for the Millennial Study Bibliography About the Authors Index