AJEC Vol. 35 No. 2 June 2010

In this issue:

  • Preferences of first-time expectant mothers for care of their child: ‘I wouldn’t leave them somewhere that made me feel insecure’
  • Complexities of assessing social and emotional competence and wellbeing in young children
  • Transitions to early childhood education and care for indigenous children and families in Canada: Historical and social realities
  • Perceptions of school readiness in one Queensland primary school
  • What does cultural globalization mean for parenting in immigrant families of the 21st century
  • Character education, Dr Seuss and Te Whāriki: A likely combination
  • Examining parental and staff perceptions of childcare service quality across competing business structures
  • Chinese children’s understanding of death.

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