Childism: Confronting Prejudice Against Children

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"This brilliant, provocative book ... exposes American society's prejudice against its children-'childism'-and the harm it causes them... A clarion call for urgent action."-Publishers Weekly, Starred Review Publishers Weekly "[Childism] concludes with a clarion call for programs of parent education and abuse prevention, for expanded parenting support services, and for closer attention to children's voices... Among the book's key insights is that many behaviors that we don't think of as abuse are in fact abusive because they place parental needs above children's developmental needs."-Steven Mintz, Washington Post -- Steven Mintz Washington Post "More than a study of child abuse, [Childism] excavates the psychological foundations of destructive attitudes toward children."-Peter Monaghan, Chronicle of Higher Education -- Peter Monaghan Chronicle of Higher Education

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"Childism concludes with a clarion call for programs of parent education and abuse prevention, for expanded parenting support services, and for closer attention to children's voices... Among the book's key insights is that many behaviors that we don't think of as abuse are in fact abusive because they place parental needs above children's developmental needs.' (Steven Mintz, Washington Post)"

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