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5.3: Chapter Glossary and References

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    Chapter Glossary of Key Terms

    Solitary Play - Children are busy playing by themselves and may not notice other children sitting or playing near them.

    Impressionism - Term used to describe paintings that looked unfinished because they showed visible brushstrokes. Originated in France in 1860's and they were used to depict the visual impression of the moment.

    Cubism - Style of art started by Pablo Picasso and Georges Barque in 1907. They took ordinary shapes and broke them up into abstract geometric forms.

    Realism - Art form that consists of realistic drawings or paintings that replicate an image.

    Post Impressionism - Represented both an extension of impressionism and a rejection of the style's inherit limitations.

    Enculturation - Process of becoming a part of a culture.

    Imitative magic - spiritual or religious attempts to manipulate natural events.

    Contagious magic - Spell casting, spirit conjuring, and voodoo dolls.

    Preschool - an educational system primarily found in the United States where parents can send toddler-aged children to be looked after and taught basic "life skills" (such as socialization and sharing with others) and interact with other toddler-aged children.

    Transformational/Representational - Culture guides what is appropriate and what is valuable based on assigned symbolic meaning.

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