The Child the Family and the Outside World

The Child  the Family  and the Outside World

In this classic of child development, the author explores problems of the only child, of stealing and lying, shyness, sex education in schools and the roots of aggression, presenting his work in a lucid, friendly and insightful manner.

Author: Donald Woods Winnicott

Publisher: Harmondsworth, Eng. : Penquin Books

ISBN: 0140136584

Category: Child development

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In this classic of child development, the author explores problems of the only child, of stealing and lying, shyness, sex education in schools and the roots of aggression, presenting his work in a lucid, friendly and insightful manner.
Categories: Child development

The Child the Family and the Outside World

The Child  the Family  and the Outside World

cases it will afford opportunities to the teacher for helping mothers to have greater
faith in themselves as mothers. The entry into a nursery school is a social
experience outside the family. It creates a psychological problem for the child and
an ...

Author: D. W. Winnicott

Publisher: Penguin UK

ISBN: 9780141998008

Category: Psychology

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'The greatest British psychoanalyst who ever lived. He writes beautifully and simply about the problems of everyday life' Alain de Botton The paediatrician and child psychiatrist D. W. Winnicott changed the way we think about childhood by placing the parent-infant relationship at the heart of human happiness, and by encouraging mothers and fathers to trust their own instincts. In this landmark work he follows the development of a child from their first weeks to finding their place in the wider world, touching on everything from crying and feeding to shyness, jealousy, independence and anger. His plain-speaking, humane and non-judgemental approach continues to influence our understanding of parenting today. 'His style is lucid, his manner friendly, and his years of experience provide much wise insight into child behaviour and parental attitudes' British Journal of Psychology
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National Library of Medicine Current Catalog

National Library of Medicine Current Catalog

( Studies in the assessment of parent - child relationship monograph series , no .
1 ) Presented at the ... and the outside world . 5 ) Translation of The child , the
family , and the ( Harmondsworth , Eng . ) Penguin Books ( 1964 ) outside world .

Author: National Library of Medicine (U.S.)

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ISBN: MINN:31951M01368060M

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National Library of Medicine Catalog

National Library of Medicine Catalog

... 21 and 26 are no . ( 1 ) - 3 of the Studies of the Harvard University Center for
Research in Child Health and Development , as serial no . ... 4 ) WS113 U58ya
WINNICOTT , Donald Woods , 1896 - The child , the family , and the outside
world .

Author: National Library of Medicine (U.S.)

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ISBN: UCLA:L0073030777

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Child Care

Child Care

51 26 Margaret Mead , ' A Cultural Anthropologist ' s Approach to Maternal
Deprivation ' , Deprivation of Maternal Care , WHO ... Originally published in 2
vols , The Child the Family and The Child and the Outside World , Tavistock
Publications ...

Author: Patricia Morgan

Publisher: London : Temple Smith

ISBN: STANFORD:36105036238595

Category: Child development

Page: 366

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Education Libraries Bulletin

Education Libraries Bulletin

Stott , Denis Herbert , ' Chapter 6 : The sociology of the family pattern , ' Unsettled
children and their families , London : U . L P . , 1956 , p . ... Winnicott , D . M . The
child , the family , and the outside world , Harmondsworth : Penguin , 1964 .

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ISBN: UCAL:B4169619

Category: Education libraries

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Changing Attitudes to the Nature of Man

Changing Attitudes to the Nature of Man

WINNICOTT , D.W. Collected Papers through Paediatrics to Psychonanalysis ,
Tavistock , 1958 The Child and the Outside World , Tavistock , 1957 The Child
and the Family , Tavistock , 1957 The Family and Individual Development ,
Tavistock ...

Author: David Holbrook

Publisher:

ISBN: NWU:35556020417556

Category: Human beings

Page: 25

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Focus on the Family

Focus on the Family

Winnicott , D. W. The Child , The Family , and The Outside World . Changing
relations between mother and infant , parent and child , and child and outside
world are presented in lucid and informal style . Attempts to emphasize
importance of ...

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ISBN: UIUC:30112002977541

Category: Family life education

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Families Crime and Juvenile Justice

Families  Crime  and Juvenile Justice

had a considerable impact on the theory and practice of child care and welfare ,
particularly in respect of those children ... This thesis was elaborated by Winnicott
in a number of books , including The Child , the Family and the Outside World ...

Author: Richard Hil

Publisher: Peter Lang Pub Incorporated

ISBN: UOM:39015053108604

Category: Social Science

Page: 203

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Traditionally, studies on juvenile crime have remained largely silent on the lived experiences of family members. Amid all the public condemnation of «neglectful» parents and «irresponsible» offenders, little or no space has been given to the voices of those actually caught up in the workings of the criminal justice system. Families, Crime, and Juvenile Justice by Richard Hil and Anthony McMahon addresses this omission. By focusing on the families of a small group of juvenile offenders in a northern Australian city, this book highlights the many and varied attempts by parents and others to grapple with their son or daughter's offending. It also demonstrates the effects of such offending on the family as a whole and the often less-than-positive outcomes of state intervention. The accounts of parents and others are set in the context of recent family-oriented developments in juvenile justice.
Categories: Social Science

Health Promotion Throughout the Lifespan

Health Promotion Throughout the Lifespan

4,32,68 Role and relationship pattern . Families provide the child with a sense of
security from the external environment . Within this safe setting the child begins to
cope with the outside world . Families encourage the child's cognitive growth ...

Author: Carole Edelman

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ISBN: UOM:39015017975502

Category: Health promotion

Page: 616

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Booklist for Women s Liberation

Booklist for Women s Liberation

MARRIAGE , FAMILY & CHILDREN ; WOMEN ALONE Adams , P . Children ' s
Rights Brenner Dependancy and the ... in Marriage The Unmarried Mother and
her Child The Child , the Family and the Outside World Out of Wedlock Family ...

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ISBN: CORNELL:31924014555829

Category: Feminism

Page: 15

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Where

Where

The child , the family and the outside world , D. W. Winnicott , 4s 6d . Wise and
thoughtprovoking book by a leading child psychiatrist renowned for his uncanny
insight into the mother - child relationship . Here he extends his understanding
into ...

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ISBN: UCAL:B2506324

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Dream Babies

Dream Babies

The Infant System , for Developing the Intellectual and Moral Powers of All
Children from One to Seven Years of Age , London , 1834 . Williams ... The Child
, the Family and the Outside World , Penguin , Harmondsworth , 1964 .
Winterburn ...

Author: Christina Hardyment

Publisher: London : J. Cape

ISBN: UOM:39015046389147

Category: Child development

Page: 334

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Disabled Youth

Disabled Youth

Both within the charmed circle of the family and in the outside world , the
handicapped child is constantly defined in two socially contradictory ways : as a
complex , growing child who , among other things , happens to have a handicap
and as ...

Author: Centre pour la recherche et l'innovation dans l'enseignement

Publisher: Paris, France : Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development ; Washington, D.C. : OECD Publications and Information Centre

ISBN: UOM:39015016196886

Category: Handicapped youth

Page: 61

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The concept of "adult status" for young people with disabilities is explored in terms of its social, psychological, legal, and policy implications. The report argues that traditionally institutionalized rehabilitation techniques, whether in education, vocational training, or sheltered employment, have tended not to encourage autonomy and independence and have tended to maintain disabled young people in a state of childhood. Reviewed are the stages of development in becoming an adult, such as socialization and peer groups, separation from parents, deinstitutionalization, and sexual relationships and marriage; the significance of work as the major proof of adult status; and adult status before the law. The negative consequences of labeling for the self-esteem and identity of disabled persons are explored, along with methods for meeting special needs without the burden of negative labels. Three examples are described where the development of adult status is a central concern: (1) a specialized team of social workers, vocational training teachers, and a psychiatrist in Genova, Italy, work to train mentally disabled individuals for competitive employment; (2) individual counseling of an adolescent with Down Syndrome, helps her attain adult living and independence; and (3) mentally retarded young people are informed about the nature of their disability. (JDD)
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Epworth Review

Epworth Review

The breast , symbol of the whole process of nurturing , is seen and experienced
as exactly what is needed . It is also discovered precisely where it should be . As
Winnicott puts it ( The Child , the Family and the Outside World ) : If at this ...

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ISBN: UCLA:L0065031395

Category: Methodist Church

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That s how the Light Gets in

That s how the Light Gets in

Page 169 “ The only way a father ” Rako , Semrad , pp . 53 – 54 . Page 169 “
Every time you put a mile ” Ibid . , p . 53 . Sixteen . True Reflection Page 180 The
Child , the Family , and the Outside World Donald W . Winnicott , The Child , the ...

Author: Susan Rako

Publisher: Harmony

ISBN: UCLA:L0089634620

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 207

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A respected Boston psychiatrist offers an account of her life, including her childhood as a piano prodigy, her decision to abandon music in favor of medicine, her early marriage and motherhood, divorce, the influence of years of therapy, her psychiatric p
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The Child Under Stress

The Child Under Stress

dared to think about this it was justified in terms of avoiding the discomforts of his
“ making a fuss . ... Bowlby's Child Care and the Growth of Love , and Winnicott's
The Child , the Family and the Outside World ( both Pelican books ) have ...

Author: Edna Oakeshott

Publisher: London : Priory Press

ISBN: 0850780578

Category: Child development

Page: 160

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Emotional Milestones from Birth to Adulthood

Emotional Milestones from Birth to Adulthood

These talks were collected in 1964 under the title of The Child , the Family and
the Outside World , a book that remains as fresh today as when it was first
published . Winnicott was particularly helpful in avoiding idealisation of both the
parent ...

Author: Ruth Schmidt Neven

Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Pub

ISBN: UVA:X004113772

Category: Psychology

Page: 260

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Neven offers parents, carers and teachers a conceptual framework for understanding and facilitating child and family development. The psychodynamic approach combines theoretical understanding and practical observation to create a new perspective
Categories: Psychology

Absent School Refusal as an Expression of Disturbed Family Relationships

Absent  School Refusal as an Expression of Disturbed Family Relationships

The influences are exerted mutually : the child is able to modify his environment
by the responses that his attitudes and behaviour evoke ; the family and the
outside world mould and develop the child by more powerful means . The child ' s
 ...

Author: Max B. Clyne

Publisher: London, Tavistock Publications

ISBN: UOM:39015016202155

Category: Child psychiatry

Page: 269

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Categories: Child psychiatry

To love and work

To love and work

It may also be liberating if , while stressing the child's responsibility to the family ,
the parents make it clear that this is ... yet the covert intent may have more to do
with the family's needs than with the needs of the child or of the outside world .

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ISBN: UCAL:B5041098

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