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(p. 249) Dependence in Child Care 

(p. 249) Dependence in Child Care
(p. 249) Dependence in Child Care

Donald W. Winnicott

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date: 07 August 2020

In this paper, Winnicott argues that it is valuable to recognize the fact of dependence. He describes the various stages of steady development of the growing child from absolute dependence through lessening degrees of dependence and towards independence.

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