chapter  5
Cultural Processes in Child Competence: How Rural Caribbean Parents Evaluate Their Children
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As evident from the contributions in this volume and elsewhere, psychologists have expanded the cultural contexts of their models of development (e.g., Bornstein et al., 1996; Rogoff & Morelli, 1989; Saxe, 1991) while anthropologists and ethnologists have recently proposed approaches int~ grating culture, biology, and development (e.g., Chisholm, 1993; Draper & Harpending, 1987; Worthman, 1992).1 This renewed interest may be due to the recent zeitgeist of multiculturalism and globalism, as well as the realization of the limits of developmental models neglecting cultural processes.