Probation volume 12, issue 2, P59-64 1966 DOI: 10.1177/026455056601200208 View full text
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Geoffrey Parkinson

Abstract: 59 excellent, but I maintain they produce a rather stolid, uninteresting type of character, and also rather tend to make children selfish when they have to go into the world again to look after themselves.... Now, a boy or girl brought up in even a poor, dirty, indifferent home can face life better than the institution boy or girl, because in the family life there is always some problem cropping up, and they are far more used to the ups and downs in life than the child safeguarded in an institution from all t…

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