The Men They Will Become: The Nature and Nurture of Male Character

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THE MEN THEY WILL BECOME
The Nature and Nurture of Male Character

ELI H. NEWBERGER, M.D.

A Merloyd Lawrence Book

PERSEUS BOOKS Cambridge, Massachusetts

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The Men They Will Become: The Nature and Nurture of Male Character
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents VII
  • Acknowledgments IX
  • 1 - What is Character? 1
  • 2 - The Roots of Character 20
  • 3 - Infants and Toddlers 40
  • 4 - Male Connection and Emotion 55
  • 5 - Word Magic 65
  • 6 Discipline and Punishment 65
  • 7 - Preschoolers 90
  • 8 - Sharing 104
  • 9 Curiosity 117
  • 10 - Schoolboys 129
  • 11 - Honesty 142
  • 13 - Teasing and Bullying 179
  • 14 - Early Adolescence 203
  • 15 - Identity and Friendship 221
  • 16 - Alcohol and Drugs 238
  • 17 Late Adolescence 254
  • 18 - Enabling 269
  • 19 - Cheating 285
  • 20 - Play and Sports 300
  • 21 - Giving Back 319
  • Notes 333
  • Bibliography 355
  • Index 361
  • About the Author 372
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