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How very young children use gaze avoidance to resist caregiver interventions in their acts of misconduct
Unformatted Document Text:  Caregiver interventions are comprised of actions designed to get children to halt, or “undo”, a line of misconduct. When children stop, compliance is achieved and the sequence is finished. This is demonstrated in CASES 5 and 6. CASE 5: “sandbox 4” In CASE 5, a caregiver sanctions a girl for taking an object from another girl, specifically by calling her name and then directing her to give the girl another object. When the girl gives her an object, the caregiver says “Thank you”, and the sequence is over. CASE 5: “sandbox” G1: reaches for same item as G2 is reaching for, gets hold of it, says, I wan’ it, as she pulls it away ( 0.8) CG: Brittany[:: G1: [turns and looks up at CG CG: I’d like you to give her something. Okay? You just keep grabbing everything. Le[t-- give her something to play with. G1: [gives object back to G2 CG: Thank you. In addition to specifically noting (and accepting) children’s compliance by thanking them (in particular when they’ve complied with a directive), caregivers may also show the sequence is over by simply leaving the scene. This is the case in CASE 6.

Authors: Kidwell, Mardi.
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Caregiver interventions are comprised of actions designed to get children to halt, or “undo”, a
line of misconduct. When children stop, compliance is achieved and the sequence is finished. This is
demonstrated in CASES 5 and 6.
CASE 5: “sandbox 4”
In CASE 5, a caregiver sanctions a girl for taking an object from another girl, specifically by
calling her name and then directing her to give the girl another object. When the girl gives her an object, the
caregiver says “Thank you”, and the sequence is over.
CASE 5: “sandbox”
G1:
reaches for same item as G2 is reaching for, gets hold of it, says, I wan’ it, as she pulls it away
( 0.8)
CG:
Brittany[::
G1:
[turns and looks up at CG
CG:
I’d like you to give her something. Okay? You just keep grabbing everything.
Le[t-- give her something to play with.
G1:
[gives object back to G2
CG:
Thank you.
In addition to specifically noting (and accepting) children’s compliance by thanking them (in
particular when they’ve complied with a directive), caregivers may also show the sequence is over by
simply leaving the scene. This is the case in CASE 6.


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