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Photo Credits and Sources

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This chapter presents photo credits and sources that are relevant to the art works depicting children and the family as too easily familiar and easily understood. Kusumi Morikage's screen painting is the completely normal family structure depicting a group of father, mother and one child. Historical studies suggest that in a rural village made up of extended families, children were not yet the recipients of parental love as seen in today's nuclear family structure, but rather were ranked within, organized and acted as a group of children formed within the village group.

Keywords: Kusumi Morikage; normal family structure



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