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ERIC Number: ED050221
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1970
Pages: 251
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Not by the Color of Their Skin; The Impact of Racial Differences on the Child's Development.
McDonald, Marjorie
Contents of this book include: Part I: "The Nursery School and Its Racial Integration"--introduction, establishing physical and psychological integration; staff meetings; observing and working through; Part II: "Theory and Practice"--skin color anxiety: the skin and its importance in personality development; skin color anxiety, the visual impact, a comparison of two discoveries: skin color differences and sexual differences; skin color anxiety and the stages of libidinal development--skin color anxiety and identity disturbance, the orgal phase: introjection, projection, and denial; the anal phase: narcissum, control, separation; the phallic phase and the Oedipus complex; latency, adolescence, and adulthood; skin color anxiety and the development of object relationships; a note about prejudice; and psychoanalysis and racial integration; and, Part III: "The Literature"--a review of the literature: sociology, psychology, social work, psychiatry, education, psychoanalysis: the prejudice, the Negro and Racial Conflict. (JM)
International Universities Press, Inc., 239 Park Ave. South, New York, N.Y. 10003 ($7.50)
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