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Wir Kinder. La questione del potere nelle relazioni adulti/bambini

  • Nicola Spinosi,

The relationships between adults and children requires the presence of two parties involved, but one of the two, the children, has all the rights on their side, while the other, the parents, the adults, has all the duties and many responsibilities towards the first. "Who has the power?". This is the question around which the essays in this volume revolve: they are dedicated to the analysis of the relationships between adults and children as a question of “power”, considered on Foucault’s basis not as something that is shared between those who possess it and those who suffer it, but as something that “circulates”. The analysis is carried out not only through the work of childhood and family historians, the critique of Freudian psychoanalysis, and Gregory Bateson’s theory on the “double bind”, but above all through the reading of works of Italian (Collodi, De Amicis, Vamba) and foreign fiction (Flaubert, Kafka, Bernhard).

  • Keywords:
  • Psicologia,
  • Psicologia sociale,
  • Pedagogia,
  • Infanzia,
  • Relazione adulti/bambini,
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Nicola Spinosi

University of Florence, Italy

Nicola Spinosi is a Researcher and teaches Social Psychology at the Faculty of Education of the University of Florence. For this publisher, he wrote: Critica sociale e individuazione (2004), Invito alla psicologia sociale (2005), and Un soffitto viola (2005).
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  • eISBN: 88-8453-186-1
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Book Title

Wir Kinder. La questione del potere nelle relazioni adulti/bambini

Authors

Nicola Spinosi

Peer Reviewed

Publication Year

2004

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© 2004 Author(s)

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CC BY 4.0

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CC0 1.0

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Firenze University Press

DOI

10.36253/88-8453-186-1

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88-8453-186-1

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978-88-5518-782-4

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Strumenti per la didattica e la ricerca

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2704-6249

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2704-5870

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