This 3-vol. set offers the social and cultural background of early life from antiquity to the current. "Children and youth" examines this heritage via articles on schooling, parenting, baby exertions, economics, photographs of formative years, kid's literature, play, toys and video games, future health, body structure, legislations, the legal justice approach and social welfare. Comparative articles contain information regarding youth in cultures through the international. positive aspects 250 images representing the visible photographs of early life.

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