(University of British Columbia)
Conducted by Paolo Boccagni
“Home is developed mostly through personal attachments, first of all between an infant and one or more adult figures. It is fundamentally a matter of moving back and forth between a very familiar, routinized and secure base, and an external environment to be explored. One of these poles is the basis of what we can understand as home, as a generalizable human experience. There is a foundational relationship of providing a secure base, which is probably generalizable”.