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They received given names that were different from names of other family members, had the benefit of pediatric care, and the opportunity for educational enrichment. Note how this Berlin family (ca. 1896) dressed each of their children, including the infant, with unique and well-tailored clothing. Source: Photo AKG London. The Recent Past: Twentieth Century Changes in beliefs about infancy seem to have accelerated during the twentieth century, in part because of mass communication about infancy and infant care and because of an increase in scientific studies of infancy.
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And yet it seems to increase the responsibility. If I should misguide from carelessness or negligence! (Gaskell, 1996, p. 5) This passage is enlightening because it gives us a view of the infant–mother relationship and not just of the infant. e. less romantic) scientists in the twentieth century, in part because they could not be verified as scientifically objective. In summary, the most radical historical change in beliefs about infancy began to unfold during the period between the seventeenth and nineteenth centuries.