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The ecocultural family interview.

The ecocultural family interview.

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Published by Ecocultural Scale Project, UCLA Sociobehavioral Group in Los Angeles .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Parents,
  • Family,
  • Interviews as Topic,
  • Questionnaires

  • About the Edition

    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).

    Edition Notes

    ContributionsEcocultural Scale Project.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (various pagings) ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14747282M
    OCLC/WorldCa44044734

    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. therapists, and pediatric physicians/nurses). Family members need to be involved as full partners throughout assessment and intervention. 6. The focus of assessment can be on consultation with the parent and/or teacher, rather than directly on the child. These assumptions are addressed throughout this book. The emphasis is on children's perspectives being the vehicle for the exchange of 'meaning' and understandings with others (family, practitioners or researchers) (Clark, ). The Mosaic approach combines traditional (observations and interviews) and participatory (child-led photography and tours) tools, thus providing multiple ways for young.   Methods: Based on an adapted version of the Ecocultural Family Interview, conducted with one or both parent(s), the routines of 6 families within the study group and 5 families within the control group were analysed by combining directed content analysis with quantitative ratings.

      On his blog “ immanence “, Adrian J Ivakhiv, proposes an interesting list of the “books of the decade in ecocultural theory”. Please, check the whole list at his blog.. The three first books are by (1) William E. Connolly on Neuropolitics, (2) Arturo Escobar on social movements and ecological-cultural dynamics, and (3) Graham Harman on Latour and metaphysics.


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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 resources and constraints) and.

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 resources and constraints) and.

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.

The Ecocultural Family The ecocultural family interview. book 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. 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 (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.

In this chapter, we report findings from a three-year, survey- and interview-based study involving families bringing up children with disabilities in Alberta, Canada. The focus of the study was on the everyday challenge and accomplishment of sustaining a routine of daily life. The families who participated in this study were diverse, yet they struggled with many of the same questions and.

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.

A mixed method approach was adopted using the Ecocultural Family Interview for Childminders (EFICh) protocol, which included holistic ratings, field notes, photographs taken The ecocultural family interview.

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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. To test this hypothesis, we interviewed the mothers of newly diagnosed leukemic children in the second week after the diagnosis, adopting an interview technique.

We used the Ecocultural Family Interview (EFI) 27 to understand the family daily routines as it relates to the child with cancer (EFI-C). The EFI strategy provides an in-depth.

An extensive ethnographic study of 44 families, using the Ecocultural Family Interview in both program and control groups, was an integral part of this project and the evidence from those families provided insights into the processes, mechanisms, and experiences of families in the study.

Two books have resulted from this work. 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. 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.

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 (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.

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. Working for decades with multi-disciplinary groups, Dr. Weisner has made major contributions to the development of methods for the study of families and children in context.

Key to this work was his contribution to the development of the Ecocultural Family Interview for understanding the everyday routine of family life – a mixed methods approach. the ecocultural family interview Download the ecocultural family interview or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format.

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(Available from the Ecological Scale Project, UCLA Sociobehavioral Group, Westwood Plaza CP NPI, Los Angeles, CA –) Willems, E. 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.

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 Ecocultural Family Interview (EFI)-Cancer (EFI-C) is a parent interview, which explores the daily routines of family life and the salient concerns regarding how that routine is organized. The EFI is not a question-answer formal interview, but it assumes more a sociolinguistic form of an everyday conversation about daily life.

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.

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.

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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.

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The theory is illustrated with case material from two ongoing longitudinal studies. (DB). Semi-structured, in-depth interviews were conducted within the broader framework of the Ecocultural Family Interview (EFI) which was used to address the aims of the larger research project: to explore the daily routines of families with children with ASD.

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Guided by the five key components of the minute family interview (man. 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. Books shelved as multicultural-families: black is brown is tan by Arnold Adoff, Captain's Log: Snowbound by Erin Dionne, Pet Dad by Elanna Allen, Builder.

Great list. Though I think DeLanda’s “A New Philosophy of Society” is a better ecocultural read than “Intensive Science”. I want to throw out there a book that may not qualify as a top 10 for the decade, but gets surprisingly little play: Alan Stoekl’s “Bataille’s Peak”. Joint book reading.

Routines with book reading. Family routines ease transition to. school by teaching what will be. culturally expected in school. Joint book reading routines provide opportunities to identify workds and letters, model the importance of reading, and.

Addresses differences between rural and urban communities in terms of family characteristics, home life, cultural values, social norms, and economic structures.

Implications for rural special education include understanding the diversity of rural communities, developing relationship-based services, and considering ecocultural factors when developing family support services. The Ecocultural Family Interview (EFI) was developed in the s to collect data on children and families in their daily routines (Weisner, Bernheimer, & Coots, ), and the RBI was developed for more or less the same reason but for a clinical application--to give families a framework for selecting intervention goals.Recommended Citation.

Mallory, B.L. (). An ecocultural perspective on family support in rural special education. Rural Special Education Quarterly, 14(2),