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The Digital Child: The Evolution of Inwardness in the Histories of Childhood

Daniel Dervin
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Book
Published
New Brunswick (U.S.A.) : Transaction Publishers, [2017]
Language
English
ISBN
9781412865371 (hardcover), 9781412864725 (eBook)
Contents
  • Prologue: where have all the children gone?
  • Introduction: writing childhood and the seven stages of the child
  • Childhood and its perennial discontents: digital child introduced
  • How parenting and group-fantasies may impinge on inwardness
  • The prehistory of parenting and the dawn of inwardness: tribal child
  • A new inwardness in the classical world : pedagogical child
  • Suffer the children : ownership of the faith child
  • Saving the faith child : ecclesiastical interventions
  • Childhood inside art's looking glass
  • The humanist child peers out from renaissance madonnas
  • The rational child and the democratizing of inwardness
  • Themes and variations : childrearing in central and eastern europe
  • Conflicted inwardness from blood-milk equations
  • Inwardness coexisting in the citizen child and the digital child
  • Appendix: saving boys in/from the church: a personal odyssey
  • Bibliography.
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pages cm
Notes
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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