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D. W. Winnicott was one of the giants of child psychiatry and psychoanalysis. He argued eloquently for an increased sensitivity to children, their development and their needs.

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Deprivation and Delinquency

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Overview


D. W. Winnicott was one of the giants of child psychiatry and psychoanalysis. He argued eloquently for an increased sensitivity to children, their development and their needs.

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  • ISBN-13: 9781136646720
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis
  • Publication date: 9/1/2011
  • Series: Routledge Classics
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 288
  • Sales rank: 518,373
  • File size: 2 MB

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D. W. Winnicott (1896–1971). One of the foremost child analysts of the last century, best known for his pioneering work in the field of object relations theory, known to every parent as the ‘security blanket’. He worked at Paddington Green Children’s Hospital in London as a paediatrician and child psychoanalyst for forty years. His works Playing and Reality and The Family and Individual Development are also available as Routledge Classics

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Table of Contents

Foreword. Editors' Preface. Winnicott, Introduction. Part I: Children Under Stress: Wartime Experience. Editors' Introduction. Evacuation of Small Children. Review of the Cambridge Evacuation Survey (1941). Children in the War (1940). The Deprived Mother (1939). The Evacuated Child (1945). The Return of the Evacuated Child (1945). Home Again (1945). Residential Management as Treatment for Difficult Children (1947). Children's Hostels in War and Peace (1948). Part II: The Nature and Origins of the Antisocial Tendency. Editors' Introduction. Aggression and its Roots. The Development of the Capacity for Concern (1963). The Absence of a Sense of Guilt (1966). Some Psychological Aspects of Juvenile Delinquency (1946). The Antisocial Tendency (1956). The Psychology of Separation (1958). Aggression, Guilt and Reparation (1960). Struggling Through the Doldrums (1963). Youth Will Not Sleep (1964). Part III: The Social Provision. Editors' Introduction. Correspondence with a Magistrate (1944). The Foundation of Mental Health (1951). The Deprived Child and How He Can Be Compensated for Loss of Family Life (1950). Group Influences and the Maladjusted Child: The School Aspect (1955). The Persecution that Wasn't (1967). Comments on the Report of the Committee on Punishment in Prisons and Borstals (1961). Do Progressive Schools Give Too Much Freedom to the Child? Residential Care as Therapy (1970). Part IV: Individual Therapy. Editors' Introduction. Varieties of Psychotherapy. The Psychotherapy of Character Disorders (1963). Dissociation Revealed in Therapeutic Consultation (1965). Sources of the Papers in this Volume.

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