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Children without childhood

Benjamin B. WOLMAN

Children without childhood

a study of childhood schizophrenia.

by Benjamin B. WOLMAN

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Published by Grunes Stratton in New York .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Paginationix,236p.
Number of Pages236
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20031299M

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Throughout early childhood they start to develop a sense of cause and effect from the results of their actions. Rapid changes also occur in the children's cognitive and language development. During the first three years of life a child can develop a spoken vocabulary of up to a thousand words. Middle childhood is the period between eight and The Giving Tree. The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein has celebrated over 50 years as a best-selling book for children and adults. The book tells the story of a boy and his favorite tree as they both grow and change. Its message of giving and love mirrored the attitude of many during the s, while its simple text and illustrations make it easy for kids to read and enjoy.


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Children without Childhood: Growing Up Too Fast in the World of Sex and DrugsCited by: Larger in scope than Elkind's The Hurried Child (), this offers an even more sobering view of childhood today. Winn argues that contemporary children are different in outlook and behavior from their counterparts of the last hundred years or so largely because a more complex, adult-oriented society no longer considers protection of childhood, especially childhood.

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Since the s a radical change has occurred in the way American society treats children and in the behavior of children themselves.

In this provocative examination of childhood today, Marie Winn argues that adults have abandoned their traditional role of protectors of childhood innocence and, moreover. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.

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