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Book Reviews

  • Seamas Holland
  • Margaret Roberts
  • Susan Harvey
  • Ase Gruda Skard
  • Millie Almy
  • P. E. McQuaid
Article

References

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    Ginsburg, H. 1972.The Myth of the Deprived Child: Poor Children’s Intellect and Education. Englewood Cliffs, N.J., Prentice-Hall.Google Scholar
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    Bernstein, B. 1972.Education cannot compensate for society. New Society 26 Feb., pp. 344–347.Google Scholar
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    Bernard Van Leer Foundation.Curriculum in Early Childhood Education. A Seminar Report. The Hague. 1974. £2.50. 172 pp.Google Scholar
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    E. S. Meyers, H. H. Ball, M. Crutchfield.The Kindergarten Teacher’s Handbook. Grammercy Press, California. 1973.Google Scholar
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    Nancie Finnie, F.C.S.P. Handling the Young Cerebal Palsied Child at Home. William Heinemann Medical Books Ltd. 2nd Edition. £2.25.Google Scholar
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    Goldstein, Joseph; Freud, Anna; Solnit, Albert J. Beyond the best interests of the child. London, Collier MacMillan, 1973. 170 pages.Google Scholar
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    Lois Barclay Murphy andCollaborators.The Widening World of Childhood: Paths Towards Mastery. New York, Basic Books, 1973. $3.95.Google Scholar
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    Mollie andRussell Smart.Child Development and Relationships. Vols. I–IV. Collier-Macmillan, 1973. £2.50 per volume.Google Scholar

Copyright information

© Springer 1975

Authors and Affiliations

  • Seamas Holland
    • 1
  • Margaret Roberts
    • 2
  • Susan Harvey
    • 2
  • Ase Gruda Skard
    • 3
  • Millie Almy
    • 4
  • P. E. McQuaid
    • 5
  1. 1.Dublin
  2. 2.London
  3. 3.Oslo
  4. 4.Berkeley
  5. 5.Dublin

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