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What we can learn from babies' sociability

Abstract : The sociability of very young children reveals a neglected dimension of relations and interactions in public, and highlights issues associated with ordinary urban contact that often go unnoticed. Civil interaction exhibits an inclination towards friendliness, a concern for others and the surrounding world, which, while admittedly limited and sometimes disputed, nevertheless contributes to an ordinary sense of belonging to a moral and political community.
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Carole Gayet-Viaud, Oliver Waine. What we can learn from babies' sociability. Mé, Métropolitiques, 2015, Serie : children in the city. ⟨halshs-02446799⟩



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