Bringing Up Children In Ghana.

In 1958, with the assistance of a generous grant from the Ford Foundation, A child Development Research Unit was set up in the Institute of Education, University Colledge of Ghana,to conduct research into child growth and development in West Africa.This involved child training from birth to maturity, including nursing and feeding, sibling relationships, parental disipline, sexual behaviour, puberty rites, and children’s household chores, an interesting subject.

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h/b with nice clean boards, guilt lettering to spine.d/w somewhat edge-rubbed and slightly chipped but now protected. Size 9×6 pp 144 inc index, bibliography, many plates, maps to front and back p/d and e/p, an ex-university library copy, with check lable and card holder at the back, but no stamps,only university book-plate to front f/ep.Hinges strong, binding good, textblock nice and clean throughout, a little foxing to back end papers, with some slight browning,good copy.

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