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Children of the Kibbutz: A Study in Child Training and Personality, Revised Edition

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How does a child raised by a community differ from one growing up in a nuclear family? The Spiros revisted the kibbutz twenty-five years after their first study. In a new chapter, Leslie Y. Rabkin and Audrey G. Spiro report on the contemporary adults and the effects of their childhood upbringing.
Paperback, 534 pages
Published December 12th 1975 by Harvard University Press (first published April 1st 1975)
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