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A Comparison of Helping, Sharing, Comforting, Honesty, and Civic Awareness for Children in Home Care, Day Care, and Preschool
Child and Youth Care Forum
  • Ann Marie Berghout Austin, Utah State University
  • Todd Braeger
  • Jay D. Schvaneveldt
  • Shelley L. Knudsen Lindauer
  • M. Summers
Document Type
Article
Publisher
Springer
Publication Date
1-1-1991
DOI
10.1007/BF00757200
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Abstract
Fifty-nine children, including 18 children (10 girls and eight boys) just entering preschool, 19 children (eight girls and 11 boys) just entering or reentering day care, and 22 children (10 girls and 12 boys) in home care were asked to give their solutions to helping, sharing, comforting, and honesty dilemmas and to identify public figures from their pictures (civic awareness). The three subsamples were retested three months later. Scores differed among groups for dependent variables only in civic awareness. Preschool children scored higher on civic awareness than day care or home care children.
Citation Information
A Comparison of Helping, Sharing, Comforting, Honesty, and Civic Awareness for Children in Home Care, Day Care, and Preschool. Ann M. Berghout Austin, Todd Braeger, Jay D. Schvaneveldt, Shelley L. Knudsen Lindauer, M. Summers, C. Robinson, C. Armga. Child and Youth Care Forum, 20 (3), 183-194.