THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE CHILD'S PERSONALITY AND THE CONTRIBUTION OF THE SOCIAL AND CULTURAL ENVIRONMENT

Paraskevi Foti, Maretta Sidiropoulou

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The development of a child's personality, and in general its evolution, is directly related to social relations and is influenced by cultural processes. The child actively participates in its development, shapes its personality and constantly adapts to the new social and cultural elements that characterize the "Environment". Through this review research that has been done, we will explore how the socio-cultural environment influences the personality and evolution of a child in general and issues of diversity and culture will emerge.

 

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personality, environment, cultural differences, child's development

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