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How and why children hate : a study of conscious and unconscious sources

Author: Ved Prakash Varma
Publisher: London : Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 1993.
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We all hate from time to time, but children hate more than adults. The contributors to this book discuss how to recognise and handle hatred in a practical way. Their different perspectives enable the  Read more...


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ved Prakash Varma
ISBN: 1853021857 9781853021855 1853021164 9781853021169
OCLC Number: 609439525
Description: xii, 209 pages
Contents: Introduction, Dr Ved Varma. 1. Hate in Nursery Rhymes, Robin Higgins, Consultant Child Psychiatrist, London. 2. Unconscious Communication of Hatred Between Parents and Children, Francis M J Dale Principal Psychotherapist, Torquay. 3. The Family Scapegoat, Christopher Dare, PhD, The Maudsley Hospital. 4. Child Abuse and Hatred, Kedar Nath Dwivedi, PhD, Consultant Child, Adolescent and Family Psychiatrist, Northampton. 5. Hatred Between Children, Neil Frude, PhD, Cardiff University. 6. The Therapeutic Importance of Racial Identity in Working with Black Children who Hate, Jocelyn Emama Maxime, Clinical Psychologisti, Kent. 7. Children and Hate, Nandini Mane, Educationalist, London. 8. Religion, Hatred and Children, Robert Bocock, The Open University. 9. Authority and Hatred, Kevin Epps and Clive R Hollin, University of Birmingham. 10. Gender and Hatred, Helen Barrett and David Jones, Birkbeck College, London. 12. Hate and Mental Handicap, Valerie Sinason, The Tavistock Clinic, London.
Responsibility: edited by Ved Varma.


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The roots of hatred, sad to say, can often be traced to infancy and childhood. It seems a sacrilege to suggest that the children we love, the children who can be so loving, should have in them the Read more...

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