Children in English Culture

Children in English Culture

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    By Margaret Lowenfeld

    To form a relevant pattern, observations concerning a culture must emanate from a fixed standpoint whose general orientation is already known and against which the characteristics of the culture under examination can be seen. It has come my way to have a certain number of patients, both children and adults from the U.S.A., and I am proposing to draw attention to those aspects of the characteristics of children in English culture which I have noticed to be in contrast to the outlook and experience of my American friends and patients and which I have been most often asked to explain.

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