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Jean Piaget's focus was on:
Jean Piaget's focus was on e intellectual or cognitive development of children.
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Jean Piaget's focus was on e intellectual or cognitive development of children.
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Cultural transmission refers to the process of:
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Cultural transmission refers to the process: whereby a language is passed on from one generation to the next in a community.

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Thinking about how patterns of child-rearing vary by class, lower-class parents generally stress _____, while well-to-do parents typically stress _____.
Weegy: Thinking about how patterns of child-rearing vary by class, lower-class parents generally stress OBEDIENCE, while well-to-do parents typically stress CREATIVITY. (More)
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For Jean Piaget, at which stage of development do individuals first use language and other cultural symbols?
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For Jean Piaget, at Preoperational stage of development do individuals first use language and other cultural symbols.

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Carol Gilligan extended Kohlberg’s research, showing that:
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Carol Gilligan extended Kohlberg’s research, showing that: Girls and boys typically assess situations as right and wrong using different standards .
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Which concept refers to the tension among roles connected to a single status?
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Role strain refers to the tension among roles connected to a single status.

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