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Narcissistic parenting in an insecure world : a history of parenting culture 1920s to present, Harry Hendrick

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Narcissistic parenting in an insecure world : a history of parenting culture 1920s to present
Title
Narcissistic parenting in an insecure world
Title remainder
a history of parenting culture 1920s to present
Statement of responsibility
Harry Hendrick
Creator
Author
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
Harry Hendrick shows how broader social changes, including neoliberalism, feminism, the collapse of the socialdemocratic ideal, and the 'new behaviourism', have led to the rise of the anxious and narcissistic parent, In this provocative history of parenting
Cataloging source
IDEBK
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Hendrick, Harry
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Parent and child
  • Parenting
  • Narcissism
  • POLITICAL SCIENCE
  • SOCIAL SCIENCE
  • SOCIAL SCIENCE
  • SOCIAL SCIENCE
  • Narcissism
  • Parent and child
  • Parenting
  • Great Britain
Label
Narcissistic parenting in an insecure world : a history of parenting culture 1920s to present, Harry Hendrick
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • The re-imagining of adult-child relations between the wars
  • The Paradox of the Inter-War Years: Ẁe Danced All Night' Through What Was A ̀Morbid Age'
  • Inter-war science: children's bodies and minds and child rearing
  • Heroes of behaviourism: F. Truby King and J.B. Watson
  • Susan Isaacs and the rejection of behaviourism
  • The child guidance movement
  • The influence of progressive education
  • Looking ahead
  • Two.
  • Wartime influences: from the evacuation to the Children Act 1948
  • The argument
  • The evacuation
  • The ̀Problem Family' and Social Democracy
  • The Children Act 1948
  • pt. Two
  • Characteristics of the ̀Golden Age': 1940s -- early 1970s
  • Introduction
  • Three.
  • Rebuilding the family: 1940s -- 1950s
  • ̀To make men and women better than they are' (Herbert Morrison)
  • John Bowlby and D.W. Winnicott: imperfect visionaries
  • The themes
  • Àdjusting the bonds of love'
  • ̀Home is Where We Start From': The Home As A ̀Holding Environment'
  • Four.
  • The ̀Long Sixties': 1958 -- 1974
  • Parent-child relations and the changing perception of children
  • Dethroning Bowlby?
  • Second-Wave Feminism: The ̀Captive Wife'
  • Children's Rights and the Beginning of the End of ̀Progressive' Education
  • Some left-wing attitudes toward the family'
  • pt. Three
  • The broader context
  • Influences and examples from the USA
  • Introduction
  • Five.
  • Social science and American liberalism
  • Parenting democracy's children
  • The ̀Great Society': The Ẁar on Poverty' and the Ẁill to Empower'
  • The Ǹew Behaviourism'
  • Saving liberal individualism: Diana Baumrind and the Invention of Àuthoritative' Parenting
  • pt. Four
  • Parental narcissism in neoliberal times: 1970s to the present
  • Some methodological considerations
  • Introduction
  • Six.
  • Aspects of neoliberalism: political, economic and social realignment
  • From the ̀Golden Age' to Modern Times
  • The Tribulations of ̀Post Democracy': The Rise of ̀Political Disenchantment'
  • Neoliberalism
  • Narcissism in the nursery: feminism, neoliberalism and the social liberationist agenda
  • Seven.
  • Laying the foundations for parental narcissism
  • The New Right emerges: Sir Keith Joseph and the ̀Cycle of Deprivation'
  • pt. One
  • The New Right, the Labour Party and the remoralising of Britain
  • The Ǹew Behaviourism' and Problematising Children's Behaviour
  • Eight.
  • The New Labour era, and beyond: narcissism comes of age
  • Neoliberal Children: The Ìconic' Child As Human Capital
  • The discipline of ASBO (anti-social behaviour order) culture: breeding childism
  • Parenting in New Labour's neoliberal universe
  • The ethics of the parenting programmes
  • Childism unveiled: Supernanny -- the dominatrix in the nursery
  • pt. Five
  • The origins of social democracy's family ideal: 1920s -- 1940s
  • Therapeutic reflections
  • Introduction
  • Nine.
  • Narcissism and the ̀Politics of Recognition': Concepts of the Late-Modern Self
  • A Late-Modern Point of Departure: The ̀Postsocialist' Condition and the Politics of Redistribution/Recognition
  • The self and identity politics
  • Individualisation, Identity and the Self: À Fate, Not a Choice'
  • The therapeutic culture
  • Introduction
  • One.
Control code
ocn953233562
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (ix, 326 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781447322597
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Note
JSTOR
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
  • 937613
  • 22573/ctt1t6xq5p
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)953233562
Label
Narcissistic parenting in an insecure world : a history of parenting culture 1920s to present, Harry Hendrick
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • The re-imagining of adult-child relations between the wars
  • The Paradox of the Inter-War Years: Ẁe Danced All Night' Through What Was A ̀Morbid Age'
  • Inter-war science: children's bodies and minds and child rearing
  • Heroes of behaviourism: F. Truby King and J.B. Watson
  • Susan Isaacs and the rejection of behaviourism
  • The child guidance movement
  • The influence of progressive education
  • Looking ahead
  • Two.
  • Wartime influences: from the evacuation to the Children Act 1948
  • The argument
  • The evacuation
  • The ̀Problem Family' and Social Democracy
  • The Children Act 1948
  • pt. Two
  • Characteristics of the ̀Golden Age': 1940s -- early 1970s
  • Introduction
  • Three.
  • Rebuilding the family: 1940s -- 1950s
  • ̀To make men and women better than they are' (Herbert Morrison)
  • John Bowlby and D.W. Winnicott: imperfect visionaries
  • The themes
  • Àdjusting the bonds of love'
  • ̀Home is Where We Start From': The Home As A ̀Holding Environment'
  • Four.
  • The ̀Long Sixties': 1958 -- 1974
  • Parent-child relations and the changing perception of children
  • Dethroning Bowlby?
  • Second-Wave Feminism: The ̀Captive Wife'
  • Children's Rights and the Beginning of the End of ̀Progressive' Education
  • Some left-wing attitudes toward the family'
  • pt. Three
  • The broader context
  • Influences and examples from the USA
  • Introduction
  • Five.
  • Social science and American liberalism
  • Parenting democracy's children
  • The ̀Great Society': The Ẁar on Poverty' and the Ẁill to Empower'
  • The Ǹew Behaviourism'
  • Saving liberal individualism: Diana Baumrind and the Invention of Àuthoritative' Parenting
  • pt. Four
  • Parental narcissism in neoliberal times: 1970s to the present
  • Some methodological considerations
  • Introduction
  • Six.
  • Aspects of neoliberalism: political, economic and social realignment
  • From the ̀Golden Age' to Modern Times
  • The Tribulations of ̀Post Democracy': The Rise of ̀Political Disenchantment'
  • Neoliberalism
  • Narcissism in the nursery: feminism, neoliberalism and the social liberationist agenda
  • Seven.
  • Laying the foundations for parental narcissism
  • The New Right emerges: Sir Keith Joseph and the ̀Cycle of Deprivation'
  • pt. One
  • The New Right, the Labour Party and the remoralising of Britain
  • The Ǹew Behaviourism' and Problematising Children's Behaviour
  • Eight.
  • The New Labour era, and beyond: narcissism comes of age
  • Neoliberal Children: The Ìconic' Child As Human Capital
  • The discipline of ASBO (anti-social behaviour order) culture: breeding childism
  • Parenting in New Labour's neoliberal universe
  • The ethics of the parenting programmes
  • Childism unveiled: Supernanny -- the dominatrix in the nursery
  • pt. Five
  • The origins of social democracy's family ideal: 1920s -- 1940s
  • Therapeutic reflections
  • Introduction
  • Nine.
  • Narcissism and the ̀Politics of Recognition': Concepts of the Late-Modern Self
  • A Late-Modern Point of Departure: The ̀Postsocialist' Condition and the Politics of Redistribution/Recognition
  • The self and identity politics
  • Individualisation, Identity and the Self: À Fate, Not a Choice'
  • The therapeutic culture
  • Introduction
  • One.
Control code
ocn953233562
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (ix, 326 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781447322597
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Note
JSTOR
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
  • 937613
  • 22573/ctt1t6xq5p
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)953233562

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