By Abigal Stahl McNamee
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Broughton and Selman indicate that cognitive development both restricts and allows for self-concept. cognitive development represents a limiting condition on the construction of self concept. ” Self-concept development is inextricably woven with cognitive development (Rosenberg, 1979, p. 108) or the development of conceptual thinking. Racial identity has been a primary focus of ethnic conceptualization or identity studies. A number of cognitive psychologists during the 1950's, 1960's and 1970's generated theories of ethnic identity development in children and proposed stage models to explain the acquisition of same (Goodman, 1970, 1952/1964; Porter, 1971; Katz, 1988, Aboud, 1988, 1987, 1979; Aboud and Mitchell, 1977).
115). This, plus the absence of obvious visual cues, accounts for the fact that, in the main, children in Northern Ireland appear to be somewhat older than children in racially dominated societies before they develop an awareness of these categories. When awareness does begin to emerge, it appears that children also begin to identify with their own particular group. Vygotsky’s work reminds us that children's learning is fundamentally social in nature and takes place in a process moving from external control or other-regulation to internal control or self-regulation, a process requiring the initial assistance and guidance of a more capable other or others.
However, to the extent that they begin to grow and understand their roots, they become more Puerto Rican and begin to practice and perfect their Spanish. But the flow of Puerto Ricans to the mainland will continue helping to keep cultural, linguistic, and ethnic patterns alive. And circular migration also contributes to keeping hopes high and maintaining a sense of closeness and togetherness (p. 36). S. born second, third, and fourth generation Puerto Ricans; three categories accounting for a different process of acculturation (p.
Belonging to Puerto Rico and America: New York Puerto Rican Children's Developing Conceptualization of Their Own Cultural Group by Abigal Stahl McNamee