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Leon Kuczynski, Susan Lollis & Yuiko Koguchi

In: Handbook of Dynamics in Parent-Child Relations

Chapter 20: Reconstructing Common Sense: Metaphors of Bidirectionality in Parent-Child Relations

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Reconstructing Common Sense: Metaphors of Bidirectionality in Parent-Child Relations
Reconstructing common sense: Metaphors of bidirectionality in parent-child relations
LeonKuczynskiSusanLollisYuikoKoguchi

The whole of science is nothing more than a refinement of everyday thinking. It is for this reason that the critical thinking of the physicist cannot possibly be restricted to the examination of concepts of his own specific field. He cannot proceed without considering critically a much more difficult problem, the problem of analysing the nature of everyday thinking.

Albert Einstein (1936)

Contemporary research in parent-child relations is increasingly guided by bilateral and relational models of parent-child relationships (Kuczynski, Chapter 1, this volume; Lollis & Kuczynski, 1997). Some propositions, such as bidirectional causality and the active agency of children, are so well accepted that they have achieved the status of ...

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