Rethinking attachment for early childhood practice: Promoting security, autonomy and resilience in young children
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In heated debates about whether child care damages young children, attachment theory has been seen as 'anti-child care'.
Rolfe rethinks this perception, demonstrating instead that understanding attachment is essential to good child care practice.
Rethinking attachment offers a thorough explanation of attachment theory and explains how security, autonomy and resilience in young children can be promoted in child care settings through a sound understanding of attachment principles.
With examples drawn from practice, Rolfe examines the relationships between:
She also shows how secure attachment relationships with parents and carers influence transitions to child care, preschool and school.
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