Niñ@s hiper: Infancias hiperactivas, hipersexualizadas, hiperconectadas

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  Los adultos estamos colonizando la infancia de manera acelerada por la vía de lo híper: infancias hiperactivas, hipersexualizadas, hiperconectadas... Queremos que sean como nosotros: emprendedores, con una identidad sexual clara, dominadores de varios idiomas y creativos. Idolatramos la autoestima, elogiándolos indiscriminadamente como si ya fueran geniales por el simple hecho de ser niños, a menudo origen de egos inflados de narcisismo. Y, al mismo tiempo, los queremos controlados y evaluables en sus resultados. ¿No estaremos privándoles del tiempo propio de la infancia, aquel que Freud reservaba para comprender qué significa hacerse mayor? ¿O de los entornos facilitadores de desarrollo a los que aludía Skinner? ¿Cómo seguir siendo interlocutores válidos para esta infancia del siglo XXI? Este libro está dirigido a un amplio público de madres y padres, docentes y profesionales.
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José Ramón Ubieto Pardo

Es Psicoanalista y Psicólogo Especialista en Psicología Clínica. Miembro de la Asociación Mundial de Psicoanálisis y de la Escuela Lacaniana de Psicoanálisis. Colaborador docente de la Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC) y del Instituto de Altos Estudios Universitarios (IAEU). Autor de El Trabajo en Red (Gedisa), La construcción del caso en el trabajo en red y TDAH. Hablar con el cuerpo, coautor de Violencias escolares y Familia y Educación social.

Ha sido coordinador del Programa Interxarxes (2000-2011) y supervisor de equipos de salud mental, educación y servicios sociales. Colaborador del Consorci Institut d’Infància i Mon Urbà (CIIMU). Asesor de diversos proyectos de trabajo en red en diferentes lugares de España. Ha publicado en numerosas revistas nacionales e internacionales y colabora habitualmente con el diario La Vanguardia. En la actualidad trabaja como psicólogo en el Instituto Municipal de Servicios Sociales del Ayuntamiento de Barcelona. 


Marino Pérez Alvárez

Catedrático de psicología de la Universidad de Oviedo. Es autor de más de cien artículos en revistas especializadas, así como de numerosos libros, entre ellos, Las raíces de la psicopatología moderna: la melancolía y la esquizofrenia (Pirámide, 2012) y (coautor) Volviendo a la normalidad: la invención del TDAH y del trastorno bipolar infantil (Alianza Editorial, 2014).
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NED Ediciones
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Feb 23, 2018
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176
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9788416737376
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English
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Psychology / Developmental / Child
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