By Naomi Quinn, Jeannette Marie Mageo (eds.)
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1994). This, then, is the puzzle that researchers find so difficult: How can a process be universal if it is structured through experience, and that experience is itself variable? These three claims fit together like an Escher print of endlessly ascending stairs. Getting rid of any one of the three, and the puzzle untangles by itself: 1. Attachment could be based on experience, even if that experience is variable, if it is not theoretically required to be a universal. 2. Attachment could be universal, even in the face of cultural variation in infants’ experiences, if it is not dependent on experience.
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Attachment Reconsidered: Cultural Perspectives on a Western Theory by Naomi Quinn, Jeannette Marie Mageo (eds.)