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Young-Bruehl, E. Duckler, G. (2016). On Childism by Elisabeth Young-Bruehl: Lecture, March 26, 2011. PEP Videostream, 1(1):24.

(2016). PEP Videostream, 1(1):24

On Childism by Elisabeth Young-Bruehl: Lecture, March 26, 2011

Elisabeth Young-Bruehl

Executive Producer:
Garrick Duckler, Ph.D., MFT

This is the last-known lecture of Elisabeth Young-Bruehl. In it, she outlines her observations and theoretical understanding of how children have been subjected to a long-standing (and in many ways, unconscious) prejudice. This systemic and cultural prejudice shares many similarities with ways in which minorities, women and LGBQT members have been seen and treated as objects that serve functions for others rather than people in their own right.

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