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This publication presents an research of kid's play throughout many various cultural groups all over the world.
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Maidenhead: Open University Press. Carlson, S. , Taylor, M. and Levin, G. R. (1998). The influence of culture on pretend play: The case of Mennonite children. Merrill-Palmer Quarterly, 44(4), 538–569. Chudacoff, H. P. (2007). Children at play: An American history. New York: NYU Press. Danziger, E. (2006). The thought that counts: Interactional consequences of variation in cultural theories of meaning. In N. S. Enfield and S. C. ), Roots of human sociality: Culture, cognition, and interaction (pp.
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Magalhães et al. (2003) propose the notion of bridge toys to refer to artifacts—such as plastic bags or small sheets of paper––compatible with younger children’s abilities to “fly kites,” allowing them to gradually be trained into the use of real kites. Specific rules and artifacts exemplified here are usually specific to particular peer cultures. Similar examples are found in Corsaro’s ethnography on peer cultures in other parts of the world (Corsaro 1985, 2003). In some of the relatively isolated contexts discussed here where play themes still largely mirror the local culture and habits, reflections of mainstream industrialized culture on children’s play may also occur.
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