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Éduquer, tâche impossible ? Sans doute, si on entend par "éducation" un ensemble de règles dont l'application façonnerait l'enfant. Éduquer n'est pas un savoir-faire. "Être parents" n'est pas un métier. La plus précieuse des interventions de Françoise Dolto auprès du grand public - à la radio ou dans la presse écrite - est précisément de restituer à la relation parent-enfa ...more
389 pages
Published (first published January 1st 2000)
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Françoise Dolto was a French pediatrician and psychoanalyst, famous for her research on babies and childhood. Dolto revolutionized the field of psycho-therapeutic work with babies (notably in their early experience and usage of language through their body), with the mother-baby dyad, and with a more positive observation and understanding of the means of communication used by children with learning ...more