Published work on Family and Education
Bryce, Jenniffer, and Hope J. Leichter
"The family and television: forms of mediation."
Journal of family issues 4: 309-328. 1983
Leichter, Hope, ed.
Families as educators.
New York: Teachers College Press. 1975
Families and communities as educators.
New York: Teachers College Press. 1979
"Children's response to a literate environment: Literacy before school-ing."
In Awakening to Literacy,
ed. by F. Smith, .
Exeter, N.H.: Heinemann. 1985
"Family contexts of television."
Educational Communication and Technology 33: 26-40. 1985
McDermott, R. P., Shelley Goldman and Hervé Varenne
"When School goes Home: Some problems and defensive tactics."
Teachers College Record 85: 391-409. 1984
Family literacy: Young children learning to read and write.
Exeter, N.H.:Heinemann Educational Books. 1983
Taylor, Denny, and Catherine Dorsey-Gaines
Growing up literate: Learning from inner-city families.
Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann. 1988
Varenne, Hervé, R.P. McDermott, Vera Hamid-Buglione and Ann Morison
'I teach him everything he learns in school':
The acquisition of literacy for learning in working class families.
New York: Teachers College, Columbia University, Elbenwood Center for the
Study of the Family as Educator. 1982
Varenne, Hervé, and R. P. McDermott
"'Why Sheila can Read': Structure and indeterminacy in the reproduction of familial literacy."
In The acquisition of literacy,
ed. by P. Gilmore and B. Schieffelin, 188-210.
Norwood, NJ: Ablex Publishing Corp.. 1986
"Love and liberty: The American family."
In History of the family,
ed. by A. Burguière, M. Segalen, and F. Zonabend, .
London: Polity Press. forth
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