Poverty, Social Depreciation, and Child Development

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    In this chapter we shall attempt to set forth the alternative ways of viewing the findings that are evident wherever the so-called disadvantaged child has been studied. We hope to stimulate thoughtful consideration of the issues central to the effects of poverty and social depreciation. We are less concerned with persuading the reader to accept our view than to make him aware of the reasoning that underlies current viewpoints. (47 pp.)

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