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There is no doubt, in other words, that he can be made to react to the fact, even if he is not aware of it, that more may be involved in continual prohibitions and constraints than the doing or not doing of particular things— namely the question, W h o is to be in charge of what he does? T he appearance of autonomous activity in the child prompts adults to new kinds of constraints and a new exercise of author ity for several reasons. Partly, of course, this is simply a matter of inevitable conflicts between the more assertive activity of the child and the practical requirements and regulations of the household and of safety.
There is no doubt that the child can be forced into contest with adult authority or, perhaps more accurately, with superior adult power. There is no doubt, in other words, that he can be made to react to the fact, even if he is not aware of it, that more may be involved in continual prohibitions and constraints than the doing or not doing of particular things— namely the question, W h o is to be in charge of what he does? T he appearance of autonomous activity in the child prompts adults to new kinds of constraints and a new exercise of author ity for several reasons.
T he two developments are related. ” 15 The capacity to use action in this way, as a means to some14Werner, Comparative Psychology  15Fla veil, Psychology of Piaget [i i], p. i n . thing else, depends upon means and goal having become dis tinct from one another and upon the goal having become sufficiently distinct for its achievement to be anticipated, in however near a future, and however necessary the support of its visible presence. ” 16 T he child has developed some awareness, out of further experi ence, of the object-ness of things, of their having an existence and being characterized by qualities that are independent of their present appearance, function, and relation to himself.