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AE Trieschman; J Whittaker
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The reader will find that what the authors describe in The Other 23 Hours as the everyday requirement diet, as far as child handling is concerned for their disturbed children, is transferable to the normal crises of normal child--hood. Among other revolutionary developments of today's world is tie so-called "knowledge explosion." So much is being written so fast about so many things that it is becoming well nigh ir retrievable. One consequently can never be sure that he knows what there is to know about many kinds of phenomena or types of problems existing in the modern world due to the chance that something exists in written form that simply cannot be found, so bulky is the load of literature.The common idea that only the sick child, and never the well, needs special emotional supports and helps from the adult is simply an error

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ISBN13 (SKU) 9780202260860
Title The Other 23 Hours : Child Care Work with Emotionally Disturbed Children in a Therapeutic Milieu
Author AE Trieschman; J Whittaker
Edition 1st
Publisher Jonathan Ball
Publication Date 1962
Country of Publication United States
Format Type Physical
Number of Pages 256
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