level course in effective museum design for kidsinteractive without being infantilizing
, engaging without being pandering, thoughtful about how young kids experience narrative, reflective about how much historical scariness young museumgoers can be expected to handle.
For a press secretary to require professional journalists to essentially beg for their supper, surrendering their adversarial posture like a dog commanded to Drop The Bone, is an infantilizing
Largely because it looks best on willowy girls, with apple-sized breasts and Caesarean-required hips, and also because I thought they were kind of, well, just a little bit infantilizing
Trigger warnings and safe spaces are an infantilizing
We are crippling our children, infantilizing
them, denying them the use of the one faculty that separates humans from all other animals - our power of reason.
Encountering these and more emoji (blueberries, licorice, cinnamon bun) was like gobbling power treats in a video game: a little infantilizing
Rather, it looks like the infantilizing
and sexualization of grown women.
Summary: At the North American premiere of his new film "Killer Joe," director William Friedkin has decried a trend in cinema of infantilizing
audiences with stories ripped from comic books.
Director William Friedkin on Tuesday decried a trend in cinema of infantilizing
audiences with stories ripped from comic books, at the North American premiere of his new film "Killer Joe.
This includes high pitches, short sentences, singsong cadences, patronizing tones and use of collective pronouns and infantilizing
Additionally, as an infantilizing
metaphor for "those who would be subjugated by the colonizing process," the child represented and sometimes justified the violence and discrimination that accompanied nation-making (3).
Dismayed at how women were often portrayed as victims--"I think that's infantilizing
," she contends--Lathrop determined that she'd write about legal prostitution.