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studies recognized the natural overlap between their area of interest and the topic of childhood in as clear-eyed a fashion as she demonstrates. Alas, with the exception of my previous work employing both the methods of masculinity and childhood studies, at present there is no significant connection

In: Children and Methods
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Handbook of Childhood Studies. Basingstoke : Palgrave Macmillan , 2009 . 452 pp . ISBN: 978-0-230-53260-1. € 85 . Th e Palgrave Handbook of Childhood Studies is the fi rst general handbook on childhood studies to be published in English. It contains twenty-eight chapters authored by many of the most

In: The International Journal of Children's Rights
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Part I ‘Our Lives Would Soon Be Turned Upside Down’: Soldiers’ Wars, Veterans’ Memories My Biography: Memoirs of Childhood, Study Years, Territorial Defence Army and War, German Prison Camp and Time Spent in the Soviet Prison Camp1 Aleksander Loog, born 1914 I

In: Soldiers of Memory

Feature This article comprises three videos which can be viewed here . This article focuses on a rather unproblematized binary in childhood studies where childhood scholars typically position their own research as approaching children as competent actors in contrast to “traditional

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In: Video Journal of Education and Pedagogy

new theories and ways to understand contemporary youth. Meanwhile, the new Sociology of Childhood or Childhood Studies 8 and its deconstruction of adolescence as pathology and a mere stage to adulthood 9 has offered a particularly productive vantage point to demonstrate the plurality of

In: Ecclesial Practices
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-1-00-Prelims 4/28/07 12:27 PM Page 2 © Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2007 DOI: 10.1163/092755607X206489 International Journal of Children’s Rights 15 (2007) 199–218 T HE I NTERNATIONAL J OURNAL OF C HILDREN ’ S R IGHTS www.brill.nl/chil Towards a Theory of Children’s Participation Nigel Thomas Childhood

In: The International Journal of Children's Rights
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first introduction to the sociological literature of “childhood studies.” As Raffety describes it, “over the past few decades, there have been significant shifts in the field of interdisciplinary childhood studies toward approaches that recognise children as social actors and emphasise participatory

In: Journal of Youth and Theology

(4), 361–374. Joce Nuttall Centre for Childhood Studies Faculty of Education Monash University Susan Edwards Centre for Childhood Studies Faculty of Education Monash University

In: Professional Learning in Early Childhood Settings

education. In N. Yelland (Ed.), Critical issues in early childhood education (pp. 1–15). Berkshire, England: Open University Press. Susan Edwards Centre for Childhood Studies Faculty of Education Monash University Joce Nuttall Centre for Childhood Studies Faculty of Education Monash

In: Professional Learning in Early Childhood Settings