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公举病源自童话故事:教坏小朋友?

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  像《睡美人》和《灰姑娘》这些经典童话,可能会让小孩相信,只要拥有美貌和漂亮衣物,她就能找到真爱、受人欢迎。哈德斯坦将这种现象定义为“公主病”。

公举病源自童话故事:教坏小朋友

  Giventhat most little girls love to dress up as princesses, it isdifficult to imagine what might be wrong with that。

  大部分小女孩都喜欢打扮成公主,很难说这有什么不好。

  Butone author has written an entire book on how she believes thefairytale fantasies send a dangerous message。

  但有作家写了本书,认为童话故事会教坏小朋友。

  Jennifer LHardstein is behind the recently-published Princess Recovery: AHow-To Guide to Raising Strong, Empowered Girls Who Can CreateTheir Own Happily Ever Afters。

  这本新书叫《摆脱公主病:女孩怎样自强自立、追寻自己的幸福》,作者是詹妮弗•哈德斯坦。

  Thechild and adolescent psychologist believes that children as youngas two are taking away unrealistic ideals from fairytale books andDisney cartoons that can affect their self esteem lateron。

  儿童和青少年专家认为,两岁大的儿童就可以离开童话书和迪斯尼卡通中的虚幻世界,否则可能会影响到他们日后自我认知的形成。

  Inher book, Dr Hardstein theorizes that traditionalstories like Sleeping Beauty and Cinderella promote the idea thatif a girl is pretty enough and has fancy clothes and shoes, shefind love and popularity。

  哈德斯坦在书中写道:像《睡美人》和《灰姑娘》这些经典童话,可能会让小孩相信,只要拥有美貌和漂亮衣物,她就能找到真爱、受人欢迎。

  Theauthor refers to this phenomenon as the 'PrincessSyndrome'。

  哈德斯坦将这种现象定义为“公主病”。

  Thesekind of messages, she says, have a huge impact on a girl'sself-confidence and make it hard for children to understand as theygrow up, that intelligence, generosity and passion are moreimportant values。

  她说,这些潜在含义可能会挫伤小孩的自信心,使她即便成年之后也很难相信勤奋、大方和热情要远比美貌更重要。

  During anappearance on CBS' Early Show, Dr Hardstein explained: 'Girls aregetting this message everywhere that... what their worth is basedon is how they look and the things that they have and it's verysuperficial.'

  在哥伦比亚广播公司的一期节目中,哈德斯坦解释说:“周围到处都是这样的信息……相貌和打扮就是女孩子的一切。这很愚蠢。”

  Herbook teaches parents how to let their toddlers enjoy the Disneymovies and their teenagers watch reality figures like theKardashians while encouraging a discussion about the messagesprojected by themedia。

  她在书中还告诉父母怎样指导小孩看迪斯尼动画,以及如何引导青少年正确看待电视真人秀中诸如卡戴珊姐妹这样的人物。

  Speaking on theshow she said: 'Parents think their kids will understand themessages that they arebombarded with all the time and theydon't.'

  她在节目中说:“父母想当然以为小孩自己都能正确看待这类信息,但事实并非如此。”

  Discussing theinfluence of Kardashian sisters Kim, Kourtney and Khloe, she toldthe anchors: 'They might be good examples of what we're trying notto be.'

  提起卡戴珊姐妹的影响,哈德斯坦表示:“或许可以把她们定为反面教材吧。”

  Aswell as warning of the dangers of 'Princess Syndrome', her bookadvises parents how to guide andempower their children from anearly age。

  为了防止“公主病”的发生,哈德斯坦在书中还建议父母如何趁早引导自己的小孩,让她们学会自强自立。

  DrHardstein warns of the influence of toys like scantily-clad Barbiedolls and teenage celebrities who might wear heavymake-up。

  哈德斯坦认为,那些永远衣着暴露的芭比娃娃以及浓妆艳抹的年轻明星对儿童和青少年有不少负面影响。

  Sheadds that it's not just magazines, TV shows and online media thatis giving our children the wrong ideas about what is important.Aggravating the issue further, Dr Hardstein told CBS, is thedistressing reality that these days padded bras and crotchlessunderpants are available for children as young as five。

  而且,容易误导小孩的不仅仅是杂志、电视秀、网络媒体。更为严重的是,现在5岁大的小孩都能买到衬垫胸罩和丁字裤了!——哈德斯坦在节目中感叹道。

  PrincessRecovery, she assures parents, will bring 'balance, confidence, andself-sufficiency into your daughter’s lifewhile giving her a modern, vibrant childhood.'

  她强调,这本书肯定有助于父母引导女儿“学会平衡、树立信心、正确认识自我,从而营造一个多姿多彩的童年生活”。

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