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John Wiley & Sons, publishers, Chichester - ISBN:0471996548, 1978. softcover, 6" x 9. Underlining throughout the text (indicating pertinences). Cover has minor soiling. Book in GOOD condition. This book provides the first detailed sociological account of infant education. The author studied three schools, servicing different social areas, and shows how teachers' actions and classroom practices relate to their definitions of the nature of young children and their education, and to the childrens' social origins. The rich descriptions of life in infants' classrooms offer insights into the nature of teachers' problems and their practical solutions.