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(2003). Child's Play: Revisiting play in early childhood settings. Journal
of Family Studies, 9(2) 275. Retrieved February 17, 2004, from the PsycINFO
Reviews this book, which provides an in-depth exploration of the relationships children have between play, learning, growth, and development. The main idea is to describe how the child develops socially, cognitively, and emotionally within a variety of environments and social constructs. It explores play within the multicultural society in which we live, and notes that it is extremely important to be sensitive to the cultural meanings that may be acted out by children through play. Issues related to play techniques utilized with the gifted child and children with disabilities are also addressed.
E. (1976). The gifted in socio-educational perspective. Oxford, England:
Prentice-Hall. Retrieved February 17, 2004, from the PsycINFO database.
Discusses the plight of the gifted child, covering the social, psychological, and philosophical considerations involved, problems of educational policy, administration, instruction, and the differences between practices and programs for the gifted. Special attention is given to the situation of the gifted child in rural areas and to research on the gifted and their educational needs.