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Childhood and society

Author: Erik H Erikson
Publisher: New York : Norton ; Toronto : George J. McLeod Ld., [©1963]
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 2d ed., rev. and enlView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Case studies
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Erik H Erikson
ISBN: 039309622X 9780393096224
OCLC Number: 13450721
Notes: The SBN for this book is 393010759.
Description: 445 pages : illustrations ; 18 cm
Contents: Foreword to the second edition --
Foreword to the first edition --
Part one. Childhood and the modalities of social life. 1. Relevance and relativity in the case history. A neurological crisis in a small boy: Sam ; A combat crisis in a marine - 2. The theory of infantile sexuality. Two clinical episodes ; Libido and aggression ; Zones, modes, and modalities ; Genital modes and spatial modalities --
Part two. Childhood in two American Indian tribes. Introduction to part two - Hunter across the prairie. The historical background ; Jim ; An interracial seminar ; Sioux child training ; The supernatural ; Summary ; A subsequent study - 4. Fishermen along a salmon river. The world of the Yurok - Yurok child psychiatry - Yurok child training - Comparative summary --
Part three. The growth of the ego. Introduction to part three - 5. Early ego failure: Jean - 6. Toys and reasons. Play, work, and growth ; Play and cure ; The beginnings of identity - 7. Eight ages of man. Basic trust vs. basic mistrust ; Autonomy vs. shame and doubt ; Initiative vs. guilt ; Industry vs. inferiority ; Identity vs. role confusion ; Intimacy vs. isolation ; Generativity vs. stagnation ; Ego integrity vs. despair ; An epigenetic chart - - Part four. Youth and the evolution of identity. 8. Reflections on the American identity. Polarities ; "Mom" ; John Henry ; Adolescent, boss, and machine - 9. The legend of Hitler's childhood. Germany ; Father ; Mother ; Adolescent ; Lebensraum, soldier, Jew ; A note on Jewry - 10. The legend of Maxim Gorky's youth. The land and the Mir ; The mothers ; Senile despot and cursed breed ; The exploited ; The protestant - 11. Conclusion: beyond anxiety --
Published writings of Erik H. Erikson --
Index.
Responsibility: Erik H. Erikson.

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