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Chilhood And The Changing Family


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I haven't but I do teach that topic (albeit for a different university!). If you are looking for a jumping off point for your reading might I suggest Toxic Childhood by Sue Palmer and then follow up her references, etc.

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I haven't but I do teach that topic (albeit for a different university!). If you are looking for a jumping off point for your reading might I suggest Toxic Childhood by Sue Palmer and then follow up her references, etc.

 

I can highly recommend it - it's a fascinating read!

 

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Like Nona says it is a facinating read - I'm using it at the moment as a contrast in a project i'm doing researching parental roles.

 

She has also done a follow up - detoxing childhood which I haven't yet read - no time i'm afraid and is about to publish one called 21st century boys which should make for interesting reading.

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