Children: The Challenge

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Dutton, 1987 - Child rearing - 335 pages
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User Review  - Ryan Dejonghe - Goodreads

This book is about old school parenting that works. I've read a number of other parenting books that quote CHILDREN: THE CHALLENGE. Being an older book, it is a bit longer than its more modern ... Read full review

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User Review  - Lisa - Goodreads

My mother in law had this laying around and I took it to read, it clearly is an old book. Lots of the examples are very outdated for example "the child is misbehaving in the grocery store so leave ... Read full review

Contents

Our Present Dilemma
3
Understanding the Child
12
Encouragement
36
Copyright

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About the author (1987)

Rudolf Dreikurs, M.D. (b. 1897, d. 1972), was a younger colleague of Alfred Adler in Vienna, Austria, and following the death of Adler in 1937, Dreikurs expanded Adler's work in North America and around the world.

Pearl Cassel, M.Ed., is an internationally acclaimed public speaker, columnist and of many books and articles. She wrote "Why Kids Jump Over the Moon" and co-authored "The Challenge of Adolescence" and "Coping with Teenagers in a Democracy." She has lectured at all major universities in Canada, is a founding director of The Alfred Adler Institute of Ontario, and taught elementary school in England and Canada for 35 years.

Eva Dreikurs Ferguson, Ph.D., is professor of psychology at Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville. She is an active researcher, the author of journal articles and books, notably "Motivation: A Biosocial and Cognitive Integration of Motivation and Emotion"; "Adlerian Theory: An Introduction;" and is the editor of the book "Equality and Social Interest." Dr. Ferguson has also republished many books written by her father, Dr. Rudolf Dreikurs.

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