Title

The Application of Family-based Early Interventions in the YRD, China: A Project Based on Two Case Studies

RIS ID

73377

Publication Details

Jiang, H., Lu, J. & Throssell, P. (2012). The Application of Family-based Early Interventions in the YRD, China: A Project Based on Two Case Studies. Theory and Practice in Language Studies, 2 (12), 2483-2490.

Abstract

Family-based interventions have been dramatically advocated in early childhood educational field, especially for those young children who have special needs. The application of family-based interventions has had a profound influence in the western societies over many years. However, due to a lack of theory basis, the knowledge of how to apply it to help many children with special needs in China, particularly, in Yangtze River Delta Region, is slim. This paper is to explore how family-based early interventions will support the children who have exhibited social-emotional problems and their families in the social context of the Yangtze River Delta Region, China. Thus, the author will address the question by looking into (1) the social context in the Yangtze River Delta Region, China; (2) factors contribute to children's social and emotional problems from the family systems perspective; (3) two families as case studies, and (4) the family-based early interventions designed for the two families.

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http://dx.doi.org/10.4304/tpls.2.12.2483-2490