The history of childhood

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Psychohistory Press, 1974 - Family & Relationships - 450 pages
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Gesellschaft / Kindheit / Geschichte.

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Review: The History of Childhood: The Untold Story of Child Abuse

User Review  - Podiceps - Goodreads

Required reading. The book is an eye opener. Best to combine with books about infant neurodevelopment like Sue Gerhardt's "Love Matters. How Affection Shapes a Baby's brain." People interested in "the History of Childhood" might also like the works of Alice Miller. Read full review

Review: The History of Childhood: The Untold Story of Child Abuse

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This book was ridiculous. Melodramatic. Judgmental rather than scientific. Fact: Hunter and gatherers often fondle the gentiles of their children. The way this book would say it: Abuse! The history of ... Read full review

Contents

Late Roman Richard B Lyman Jr
75
Children Mary Martin McLaughlin
101
The MiddleClass Child in Urban James Bruce Ross
183
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