Topics In Paediatrics

Author: Royal College of Physicians of London
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ISBN: 9788190026819
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Topics In Paediatrics from the Author: Royal College of Physicians of London.

The Early Childhood Years

Author: Theresa Caplan
Publisher: Perigee
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The Early Childhood Years from the Author: Theresa Caplan. Traces the growth and intellectual development of preschool children and identifies common problems that may occur

Childhood Days Vol 2

Author: Osamu Kamitanigawa
Publisher: Lulu.com
ISBN: 1304789829
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Childhood Days Vol 2 from the Author: Osamu Kamitanigawa.

The Goon Volume 2 My Murderous Childhood 2nd Edition

Author: Eric Powell
Publisher: Dark Horse Comics
ISBN: 1621152162
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The Goon Volume 2 My Murderous Childhood 2nd Edition from the Author: Eric Powell. The Goon's first Dark Horse adventures are back in a startling new edition, with a gorgeous new cover by Eric Powell and redesigned to match the high-class look of the recent Goon Year paperbacks! Goon and Franky have been best friends ever since they was tykes. Find out how the two little ankle biters became best pals, and how they muscled their way into the rackets of big-time crime-boss Labrazio. Plus, stories of zombies, hobos, and pie—crazy skunk apes—horror adventure as you like it! * Collecting issues #1- #4 of the Dark Horse series, plus the eight-page story from Drawing on Your Nightmares, "The Brothers Mud." * All-new cover by Goon creator Eric Powell and an introduction by Frank Cho.

Neuropsychology Of Childhood Epilepsy

Author: Isabelle Jambaqué
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 0306476126
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Neuropsychology Of Childhood Epilepsy from the Author: Isabelle Jambaqué. This book is devoted to the neuropsychological description of childhood epilepsy, a neurolo- cal condition that constitutes one of the most prevalent forms of chronic and disabling childhood illnesses. Indeed, one child out of 20 experiences one or more seizures before the age of 5, and one in a hundred develops epilepsy as a chronic disorder. Approximately half of these children with epilepsy display academic difficulties and/or behavioral disorders. Moreoever, it is now believed that a sizable proportion of children with learning disability suffer from undiagnosed epilepsy. While a great number of textbooks have been devoted to various medical aspects of chi- hood epilepsy (diagnosis, genetics, etiology, drug and surgical treatment, etc.), there have been no comprehensive accounts of the cognitive consequences of this condition. Advance of medical knowledge has shown that childhood epilepsy should not be considered as a single disorder but encompasses a whole range of different conditions that exhibit specific clinical EEG and outcome characteristics. It is not becoming apparent that these various clinical entities have different cognitive expression that yet need to be specified. The purpose of this book is to provide a complete up-to-date analysis of this multi-faceted pathology.

Childhood

Author: Chris Jenks
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 9780415340267
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Childhood from the Author: Chris Jenks. Childhood is an extremely complex and highly contested concept. It refers to a life phase as well as to the age group defined as children, but is also a cultural construction, part of the social and economic structure of communities. The key scholarship collected, introduced, and reprinted in these volumes reflects this complexity and introduces the reader to the wide variety of interpretations that have been and continue to be placed on it. It might be suggested that the push or initiative in theorizing childhood has derived from advances within sociology and anthropology. However, the future provides potential for interdisciplinary study, which this collection also reflects. The contemporary study of childhood must comprise a conjoining of disciplines: sociology; anthropology; psychology; social geography; history; philosophy; and socio-legal theory, all have something to add to the field and are represented within the collection.

Contesting Childhood

Author: Kate Douglas
Publisher: Rutgers University Press
ISBN: 9780813549156
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Contesting Childhood from the Author: Kate Douglas. The late 1990s and early 2000s witnessed a surge in the publication and popularity of autobiographical writings about childhood. Linking literary and cultural studies, Contesting Childhood draws on a varied selection of works from a diverse range of authorsĂąfrom first-time to experienced writers. Kate Douglas explores Australian accounts of the Stolen Generation, contemporary American and British narratives of abuse, the bestselling memoirs of Andrea Ashworth, Augusten Burroughs, Robert Drewe, Mary Karr, Frank McCourt, Dave Pelzer, and Lorna Sage, among many others. Drawing on trauma and memory studies and theories of authorship and readership, Contesting Childhood offers commentary on the triumphs, trials, and tribulations that have shaped this genre. Douglas examines the content of the narratives and the limits of their representations, as well as some of the ways in which autobiographies of youth have become politically important and influential. This study enables readers to discover how stories configure childhood within cultural memory and the public sphere.

Reinventing Childhood After World War Ii

Author: Paula S. Fass
Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press
ISBN: 0812205162
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Reinventing Childhood After World War Ii from the Author: Paula S. Fass. In the Western world, the modern view of childhood as a space protected from broader adult society first became a dominant social vision during the nineteenth century. Many of the West's sharpest portrayals of children in literature and the arts emerged at that time in both Europe and the United States and continue to organize our perceptions and sensibilities to this day. But that childhood is now being recreated. Many social and political developments since the end of the World War II have fundamentally altered the lives children lead and are now beginning to transform conceptions of childhood. Reinventing Childhood After World War II brings together seven prominent historians of modern childhood to identify precisely what has changed in children's lives and why. Topics range from youth culture to children's rights; from changing definitions of age to nontraditional families; from parenting styles to how American experiences compare with those of the rest of the Western world. Taken together, the essays argue that children's experiences have changed in such dramatic and important ways since 1945 that parents, other adults, and girls and boys themselves have had to reinvent almost every aspect of childhood. Reinventing Childhood After World War II presents a striking interpretation of the nature and status of childhood that will be essential to students and scholars of childhood, as well as policy makers, educators, parents, and all those concerned with the lives of children in the world today.