Violence and Power

Violence and Power

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    By Margaret Lowenfeld

    One of the characteristics of many small children is the violence of their attacks of screaming (as infants) throwing objects and at times banging heads against the wall.

    This is replaced in the toddler stage by hammering with spoons etc. on their table, smashing small toys, and when able to walk and run, by violent movement of their bodies, crashing of toy cars together and shouting.

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