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Children In The Roman Empire

Author : Christian Laes
ISBN : 9780521897464
Genre : History
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Illuminates the lives of the 'forgotten' children of ancient Rome and draws parallels and contrasts with contemporary society.

Children And Games In The Middle Ages

Author : Lynne Elliott
ISBN : 0778713490
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Describes the life of children in medieval times, their games, pastimes, education, and the ways in which they were prepared for different roles in medieval society.

Jupiter S Children

Author : Mary Campion
ISBN : 9780853237532
Genre : History
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On 21 October 1988 at 6.15pm the cruise linerJupiterwas sunk after a collision in the Aegean Sea with the Italian shipAdige. On board theJupiterwere 391 schoolchildren, 84 adults and 110 crew members. A teacher and a child were never found; two crew members died. InJupiter’s Children, 16 girls, one boy and 12 adults from Cator Park School give their accounts of the events and their aftermath. Their stories are accompanied by photographs, letters, drawings and other documents. "The reports give a moving catalogue of terrifying experience and individual courage...Jupiter’s Childrenis the account of a violent rite of passage which forced children to put away childish things."—Times Education Supplement

Blindness And Children

Author : David H. Warren
ISBN : 052145719X
Genre : Medical
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In this book, Dr. Warren summarizes and interprets the research literature on infants and children with visual impairments. He concludes that many aspects of delayed development are not the result of visual impairment itself, but rather of environmental variables that tend to accompany visual impairment. Thus, many of the typical developmental prdelays may be ameliorated or avoided by the appropriate structuring of the child's experiences. The author makes the argument that the goal of research in this area should be to understand the causes of variation within the population of visually impaired children, rather than making direct, developmental comparison with sighted children. Thus, the existing research literature is searched for evidence of variables that may account for individual differences, including particularly variables related to the child's multiple environments.

Social Development In Young Children

Author : Susan Isaacs
ISBN : 0415211018
Genre : Psychology
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First published in 1999. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Abandoned Children

Author : Rachel Ginnis Fuchs
ISBN : 0873957482
Genre : Social Science
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In nineteenth-century France, parents abandoned their children in overwhelming numbers up to 20 percent of live births in the Parisian area. The infants were left at state-run homes and were then transferred to rural wet nurses and foster parents. Their chances of survival were slim, but with alterations in state policy, economic and medical development, and changing attitudes toward children and the family, their chances had significantly improved by the end of the century. Rachel Fuchs has drawn on newly discovered archival sources and previously untapped documents of the Paris foundling home in order to depict the actual conditions of abandoned children and to reveal the bureaucratic and political response. This study traces the evolution of French social policy from early attempts to limit welfare to later efforts to increase social programs and influence family life. Abandoned Children illuminates in detail the family life of nineteenth-century French poor. It shows how French social policy with respect to abandoned children sought to create an economically useful and politically neutral underclass out of a segment of the population that might otherwise have been an economic drain and a potential political threat."

Flat Broke With Children

Author : Sharon Hays
ISBN : 0195176014
Genre : Business & Economics
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This text explores the impact of recent welfare reform on motherhood, marriage, and work in women's lives. It also focuses on what welfare reform reveals about work and family life, and its impact on us all.

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