Is the Young Child Egocentric or Sociocentric?
by Patrick C. Lee — 1989
Two antithetical views of the sense-making potential of young children are explored: the Piagetian egocentric view and the sociocentric view. The article suggests that empirical research demonstrates socially construed perspective-taking tasks do not show the young child to be egocentric, but sociocentric. (Source: ERIC)
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