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by Lloyd DeMause
Author: Lloyd DeMause
Publisher: Bellew Publishing Co Ltd (September 5, 1991)
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Lloyd deMause's team of investigators gives a vast portrait of childhood through the ages. The children so abysmally neglected in most works of history take center stage. And the tale they tell is damning, yet filled with hope.
Lloyd deMause's team of investigators gives a vast portrait of childhood through the ages. With often horrifying detail they show how the conditions for children have changed, usually at glacial speed. author of Correcting Jesus: 2000 Years of Changing the Story. 9 people found this helpful.
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Lloyd deMause (pronounced de-Moss; born September 19, 1931) is an American social . DeMause, Lloyd (1988): On Writing Childhood History. In: The Journal of Psychohistory, 16 (2), p. 35-71.
Lloyd deMause (pronounced de-Moss; born September 19, 1931) is an American social thinker known for his work in the field of psychohistory. He did graduate work in political science at Columbia University and later trained as a lay psychoanalyst, which is defined as a psychoanalyst who does not have a medical degree. He is the founder of The Journal of Psychohistory.
Examples from the history of childhood regularly reveal children are expected to absorb the bad feelings of. .The evolution of childhood from incest to love and from abuse to empathy has been a slow, uneven path, but one whose progressive direction is, I think, unmistakable.
Examples from the history of childhood regularly reveal children are expected to absorb the bad feelings of their caretakers. As one peasant community in rural Greece puts it, you must have children around to put your bad feelings into, especially when the Bad Hour comes around.
Books by Lloyd deMause Yet despite these four books, the central questions of comparative childhood history remain to be asked, much less answered
Books by Lloyd deMause. Chapter 1: The Shooting of Ronald Reagan. The history of childhood is a nightmare from which we have only recently begun to awaken. The further back in history one goes, the lower the level of child care, and the more likely children are to be killed, abandoned, beaten, terrorized, and sexually abused. Yet despite these four books, the central questions of comparative childhood history remain to be asked, much less answered. In the next two sections of this chapter, I will cover some of the psychological principles that apply to adult-child relations in the past.
- John Bradshaw Neither history nor psychiatry can ever be the same again. A turning point in the integration of the social sciences. Lloyd deMause is probably the first scholar who has made a thorough study of the history of childhood without glossing over the facts. - Alice Miller show more.
I came upon this article, that offers a quite different view on the history of childhood and related trauma. Автор установил для этого видео ограничение по возрасту.
The history of childhood. Ross - The child as beginning and end : fifteenth and sixteenth century English childhood, . Tucker - Nature versus nurture : patterns and trends in seventeenth-century French child-rearing, Elizabeth Wirth Marvick - Child-rearing in seventeenth-century England and America, Joseph E. Illick - A period of ambivalence : eighteenth-century American childhood, John F. Walzer -. "That enemy is the baby" : childhood in imperial Russia, Patrick P. Dunn - Home as a nest : middle class childhood in nineteenth-century Europe, Priscilla Robertson. from the Foreword: Possibly the heartless treatment of children, from the practice of infanticide and abandonment through to the neglect, the rigors of swaddling, the purposeful starving, the beatings, the solitary confinement, and so on, was and is only one aspect of the basic aggressiveness and cruelty of human nature, of the inbred disregard of the rights and feelings of others.