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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:English
Record Number:53187
Doc. No:TL23141
Call number:‭3399220‬
Main Entry:Yvonne Jean Muhammad
Title & Author:Low-income African American parents' views about the value of play for their preschool age children in Head StartYvonne Jean Muhammad
College:The Florida State University
Date:2009
Degree:Ph.D.
student score:2009
Page No:91
Abstract:This qualitative study was conducted to acquire a description of low income African American mother's beliefs about play's relationship with cognitive development. African American mothers of preschool children attending a Head Start program in the central region of Florida were recruited. Parental beliefs were explored through a semi-structured interview to gain insight regarding play's impact on language development, critical thinking, and social competency. Head Start was selected based on being an established national federally funded program for low income families. Overall, the sample of low-income mothers held very positive views on the value of play for cognitive development. They believed that play may be essential for young children's development in social interactions, creativity, problem solving, and other areas that contribute to kindergarten readiness.
Subject:Social sciences; Education; Low-income; Play; Head Start; Preschool; African-American; Play categories; Home economics education; African American Studies; Black studies; Educational sociology; Early childhood education; Individual & family studies; 0628:Individual & family studies; 0340:Educational sociology; 0278:Home economics education; 0518:Early childhood education; 0325:Black studies; 0296:African American Studies
Added Entry:M. Rehm
Added Entry:The Florida State University