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Qualitative and Quantitative methods with cultural differences in Play
This report shows us how mother and child interact with each other during pretend play sessions. Through general observations during the qualitative research method and through interviews, more observations, and videotapes during the quantitative research portion. The American and Mexican parents wanted to see how different cultures are the same and yet different.
I. What is happening with Americans/Purpose and tasks
When working with a qualitative method to find out ways that culture affects play there are ways to do this and here are a few of them: the mothers can play with to help with social skills and getting ready for school, independence, individual autonomy, self-confidence and cognitive skills. They can also help the children learning through watching their parents play. Parents help children learn.--American mothers and children.
II. What happens with Mexicans with purposes and tasks
They have to prepare for work, interdependence, family orientation, cooperation, social skills. The parents model desired behavior and the child learns by observing and imitating the adult behavior in work.
III. Participants- 60 children and their mothers. 30 Anglo-Americans and 30 Mexicans ages ...
This is an annotated bibliography for quantitative and qualitative research dealing with the subject of play in various cultures.