Childhood in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance: The Results of a Paradigm Shift in the History of Mentality
Walter de Gruyter, Jan 1, 2005 - History - 444 pages
Although many researchers have taken a critical stance towards the theses on the history of childhood developed by Philippe Aries in 1960, this volume is the first comprehensive collection of studies with a psychological and emotional historical orientation to demonstrate convincingly the extent to which the relationship between parents and children was a fundamental element of European society in pre-modern times."
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