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ecocultural family interview.
by Ecocultural Scale Project, UCLA Sociobehavioral Group in Los Angeles
Written in English
The Ecocultural Family Interview, initially designed in 1993, is a method for gaining information about family adaptation. It is intended to aid researchers, teachers, psychiatrists, and families themselves in understanding a family"s pattern of adaptation through close and empathic examination of family daily routines, which are based on a family"s ecology (its resources and constraints) and culture (beliefs and values).
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Children, ecocultural, family, home, visual methods This article addresses the methodological challenge of finding out more about the every-day lives of young children. The context is Toys & Technology, a study that aimed to produce an account of children’s interactions with leisure and work technologies, includ-ing technological toys, at home. The participants (n=35) in this study were interviewed using an interview designed to elicit their explanatory model of Autism, participated in a vignette task, and were observed interacting with their sibling with Autism. The parents of the participants were also interviewed using the Ecocultural Family .
Coots, J., & Arzubiaga, A. Development of the ecocultural family interview instrument. Biannual Meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development (Apr ). Arzubiaga, A., & Gallimore, R. Using and adapting the ecocultural family interview approach. The Ecocultural Family Interview (EFI) has been developed specifically with the needs of families with young children (Weisner, Bernheimer, & Coots, ). The interview invites parents to “walk through a day in the life of their family” so that they can discuss topics of greatest concern to them.
Eighteen families with a preschooler who attended an early intervention center in Catalonia, Spain, participated in interviews and completed a series of questionnaires. The main instrument used was the Ecocultural Family Interview adapted for the Catalonian context. Get the best advice on how to pass the magistrate interview. Become a magistrate in and Pass the Magistrate interview with this workbook. Insider tips and advice on how to successfully pass the first and second interviews of the Selection Process.
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About the Edition. The Ecocultural Family Interview, initially designed inis a method for gaining information about family adaptation. It is intended to aid researchers, teachers, psychiatrists, and families themselves in understanding a family's pattern of adaptation through close and empathic examination of family daily routines, which are based on a family's ecology (its.
The Ecocultural Family Interview (EFI) is a conversation with families about how they plan, implement, and sustain family activities. The interview was designed in by Dr. Tom Weisner, a professor of Anthropology from UCLA, to gain information regarding the daily family routine.
All mothers were assessed by the Ecocultural Family Interview for Families of Children With Cancer. It is a semi-structured interview which has the sociolinguistic form of an everyday conversation.
The Ecocultural Family Interview is a strengths-based, guided conversation with families about their daily routine how they plan, implement, and sustain family activities and how this helps or. The Ecocultural Family Interview (EFI; Weisner, Bernheimer, & Coots, ), adapted to the Catalan population by Mas and Giné (), is a semistructured interview, through which parents are encouraged to “tell their story about their child and about how they were or were not adapting their family routine, and in response to what or whom.
Part of the International Perspectives on Early Childhood Education and Development book series (CHILD, volume 20) Abstract. Using the concept of “cultural models,” this chapter presents a framework for researching daily life in family child care. The ecocultural family interview for family child care homes.
Northridge: California State. Ecocultural Questionnaire and Ecocultural Family Interview format guided the semi-structured interviews (Ecocultural Scale Project, ). This format permits a narrative open-ended interviewing approach across ten domains of family life.
The interview format is conversational in style and provides the opportunity for the primary parent-carer. As part of the Diploma for Communications & Media our assessment was to conduct an interview with a person from a culture different to our own.
Ecocultural theory characterizes the role of cultural ecology in psychosocial development, and has evolved in anthropology as a powerful tool for understanding and investigating the sources of human diversity. Through culture, humans largely create the conditions in which they live in material, social, and experiential terms.
The resultant cultural ecology, in turn, strongly shapes the. Ecocultural family interviews will be conducted in person with parents.6, 44 The interview guide will be based on the idea that families organize daily routines according to cultural values and available resources.
6 The semistructured interviews will be like conversations and include open-ended questions, probes, and vignettes about a. The Ecocultural Family Interview: New conceptualizations and uses for the study of illness.
In Bonichini, S., Baroni, M. (Eds.), Sviluppo e salute del bambino: Fattori individuali, sociali e culturali (in ricordo di Vanna Axia) (pp. – ). Padova, Italy: Padova University Press. Google Scholar. We assessed the family cultural ecology of infant care using the Ecocultural Family Interview (EFI; Weisner, Coots, & Bernheimer, ), a conversational and thematically focused interview with parents.
From our analysis of the rich interview materials from the EFI, we identified key dimensions of Italian family ecology relevant to infancy. He used the ecocultural family interview in a collaborative study of New Hope, an anti-poverty program, which provided family supports to children and families.
to the recent book Methods That Matter, edited by H. Cameron Hay (University of Chicago Press), a book on the value of integrating qualitative and quantitative methods in the social. The families were comparable for socio-economic status and children's age.
We examined various aspects of the family connectedness, daily workload, social network and support, ecological fit and resilience using an Italian version of the Ecocultural Family Interview.
Weisner, T.S. The Ecocultural Family Interview: New conceptualizations and uses for the study of illness. Papers in honor of Vanna Axia. Padova: University of Padova Press.
Weisner, T.S., & Barbara H. Fiese. Introduction to the special section of the Journal of Family Psychology: Integrative and applied solutions for family science.
It describes ecocultural theory, a theoretical model that has grown out of anthropology and cross‐cultural psychology, and argues for the benefits of applying an ecocultural approach to interviews with children, guiding qualitative analysis of interview data, and the development of practical strategies built on research findings.
Ecocultural theory is a useful frame for considering the relationship of caregiver well-being and routines since it considers the intersection of demands, cultural scripts, values, resources, and barriers and how these are negotiated on a daily basis within family routines (Gallimore et al., ).
Ecocultural theory, which considers the sociocultural environment of the child and family, is proposed as a framework for designing intervention with handicapped children as mandated under Public LawEducation of the Handicapped Amendments ().
The theory is illustrated with case material from two ongoing longitudinal studies. (DB). CULTURAL INTERVIEW My cultural interview was with a coworker, 28 years of age and of Hispanic descent. While conducting the interview I learned a lot about the Hispanic culture.
Many Hispanics like to be called Latino (a). Some do not like to be referred to as Mexican when they are from other.Ecocultural theory, which considers the sociocultural environment of the child and family, is proposed as a framework for designing intervention.
To illustrate this theory, case material is selected from two ongoing longitudinal studies of families with young children with developmental delays, etiologies unknown or uncertain.This paper introduces the Ecocultural Family Interview (EFI), a flexible model for the collection of rich contextualized information about the daily routines and activities engaged in by research participants and the beliefs, values, and resources that shape their decisions.