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Title: The role of the environment in children’s emotion socialization
Authors: Rieffe, Carolien
Netten, Anouk P.
Broekhof, Evelien
Veiga, Guida
Editors: Knoors, Harry
Marschark, Marc
Keywords: deaf children
hard-of-hearing children
emotional competence
social functioning
mental health
Issue Date: 2015
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Citation: Rieffe, C., Netten, A., Broekhof, E., Veiga, G. (2015). The role of the environment in children’s emotion socialization; The case of deaf and hard of hearing (DHH) children. In M. Marschark & H. E. T. Knoors (Eds), Educating deaf students: Creating a global evidence base. New York: Oxford University Press.
Abstract: Humans are social beings. We like to be in the company of others, share our thoughts and feelings, plan activities together, play together, belong somewhere, and feel wanted by others. Most people also desire stable, long-lasting relationships, including friendships. Friendships in childhood have an additional function: They form a good platform to playfully practice all kinds of social skills, such as how to cooperate with others, resolve con"icts, take turns, obtain and keep a position in the peer group, and not be bullied or worse: forgotten or neglected (Hodges, Boivin, Vitaro, & Bukowski, 1999).
ISBN: 978-0-19-021519-4
Type: bookPart
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