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" Feeble-minded persons; that is to say. persons in whose case there exists from birth or from an early age mental defectiveness not amounting to imbecility, yet so pronounced that they require care, supervision, and control for their own protection or... "
The Child: His Nature and His Needs: A Survey of Present-day Knowledge ... - Side 262
af Michael Vincent O'Shea - 1924 - 516 sider
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In The Name of Liberalism: Illiberal Social Policy in the USA and Britain

Desmond King - 1999 - 354 sider
...mental institutions. Feebleminded was defined as: 'persons in whose case there exists from birth or from early age mental defectiveness not amounting to imbecility,...receiving proper benefit from the instruction in ordinary schools'.33 The draft legislation was very broad and, as Michael Freeden points out, its breadth stirred...
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Academic Reading - Second Edition: Reading and Writing Across the Disciplines

Janet Giltrow - 2002 - 532 sider
...imbecility, yet so pronounced that they require care, supervision and control for their own protection or for protection of others or in the case of children that...receiving proper benefit from the instruction in ordinary schools.67 Argyle used Morris Miller's definition in parliament and, when explaining "what science...
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Put Away: A Sociological Study of institutions For the Mentally Retarded

Morris - 392 sider
...persons in whose case there exists mental defectiveness which, though not amounting to imbecility, is yet so pronounced that they require care, supervision...protection of others or, in the case of children, that they appear to be permanently incapable by reason of such defectiveness of receiving proper benefit from...
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The Education of Handicapped Children

John Edward Wallace Wallin - 1924 - 428 sider
...from seven (or, better still, six) to about nine, according to the conclusion reached on page 69, are "persons in whose case, there exists from birth or...benefit from the instruction in ordinary schools." Criticism of traditional definition. The definition of feeblemindedness as applied to children is faulty,...
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The Retarded child: how to help him

Arnold Gesell - 1925 - 108 sider
...intelligence age, from seven to eleven years. The English legal definition of the moron is as follows: "Persons in whose case there exists from birth or...benefit from the instruction in ordinary schools." How Many Children Are Mentally Deficient ? Our answer depends, of course, upon the standards which...
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The Education of Handicapped Children

John Edward Wallace Wallin - 1924 - 426 sider
...from seven (or, better still, six) to about nine, according to the conclusion reached on page 69, are "persons in whose case there exists from birth or...benefit from the instruction in ordinary schools." Criticism of traditional definition. The definition of feeblemindedness as applied to children is faulty,...
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Canada Lancet, Bind 53

1919 - 664 sider
...so. (c) Feeble-minded persons, that is to say, persons in whose case there exists from birth or from early age mental defectiveness not amounting to imbecility,...defectiveness, appear to be permanently incapable of receiving propr benefit from the instruction in ordinary schools, (d) Moral imbeciles, that is to say, persons,...
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The New Orleans Medical and Surgical Journal, Bind 70

1918 - 932 sider
...dement once possessed. The Royal College of Physicians in London defined the feebleminded as those persons in whose case there exists from birth or from...protection of others, or, in the case of children who, by reason of such defectiveness, appear to be permanently incapable of receiving proper benefit...
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Knight's Local Government Reports: With Local Government ..., Bind 25,Del 2–3

1927 - 1116 sider
...of being taught to do sq : AD 1927. defectiveness which, though not amount— ing to imbecility, is yet so pronounced that they require care, supervision...protection of others or, in the case of children, that they appear to he permanently incapable by reason of such defectiveness of receiving proper benefit from...
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