Children and SocietyChildren and Society



A phase of theoretical analysis in the sociology of childhood has now led on to a growing number of mainly qualitative studies, which aim to reveal and analyse the concerns, interests and priorities of children themselves (such as ...

Author: Malcolm Hill

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317886044

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Provides a comprehensive overview of the issues, research and debates relating to children and the experience of childhood in late twentieth century Britain. This volume will address key issues such as juvenile crime, poverty, child protection and children's rights and their implications for the development of policy and services for children. Presents first hand accounts from children and parents.

The Child in SocietyThe Child in Society



Similar concerns in 2005 prompted the Children's Society to establish their Good Childhood Inquiry; an 18month independent inquiry that gathered evidence from more than 35,000 people through surveys, focus groups, 'my life' postcards, ...

Author: Hazel R Wright

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN: 9781473911659

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Page: 240

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The child has a very special place in society, and society defines and shapes childhood. Understanding childhood is essential to early years students and this book offers a great introduction. Taking a thematic approach, chapters cover: Historical and Cultural Perspectives Policy and Economic Perspectives Psychological and Biological Perspectives Contemporary Views. Each chapter prompts you to reflect on core issues and interrogate your practice and attitudes towards children in your care. This fantastic foundation will help you to begin to understand the relationship between the child and society. Visit https://uk.sagepub.com/en-gb/eur/the-child-in-society/book240119#resources for free access to a selection of SAGE Journal Articles related to key topics in the book.

Children s Understanding of SocietyChildren s Understanding of Society



The question of interest, then, is how might the media be related to children's understanding of gender roles in society? Let us take as given that the popular media are highly stereotyped in the ways in which they represent gender; ...

Author: Martyn D. Barrett

Publisher: Psychology Press

ISBN: 9781841692982

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Page: 323

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This state-of-the-art review of research covers children's understanding of the school, economics, politics, the law and legal processes, gender roles, social class and occupational groupings, racial groups, ethnic groups and national groups.

Children Childhood and English Society 1880 1990Children Childhood and English Society 1880 1990



emigration schemes , with the idea for such a Society in Liverpool . Soon afterwards Smith attended a meeting of the RSPCA where he converted a proposal for a dog's home into a call for the defence of children , and on 19 April ...

Author: Harry Hendrick

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 0521572533

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Page: 114

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Unique guide to the main developments in adult-child relations during the last one hundred years.

Annual Report of the Hawaiian Mission Children s SocietyAnnual Report of the Hawaiian Mission Children s Society



Constitution and By - Laws of the Hawaiian Mission Children's Society . PREAMBLE . WE , the Children of the American Protestant Mission to the Hawaiian Islands , desiring to promote the cause of Gospel Missions , as well as to ...

Author: Hawaiian Mission Children's Society

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ISBN: HARVARD:32044100866037

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Annual report of the Children s Aid SocietyAnnual report of the Children s Aid Society



Children's Aid Society (New York, NY). The largely increased receipts of this society have been derived through voluntary contributions from individuals here and elsewhere , and from religious societies within and without this State ...

Author: Children's Aid Society (New York, NY)

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ISBN: BSB:BSB10763924

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Invisible Children in the Society and Its SchoolsInvisible Children in the Society and Its Schools



When you hear the words of immigrant children, you can begin to comprehend what it means for a child to be uprooted from his or her country of origin and confronted with astrange new world,a world whose inhabitants seemto ignoreor ...

Author: Sue Books

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781135630997

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Page: 280

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Reports on groups of children and young people who are largely unseen or unheard in the society and its schools. Provides basic information and analysis of social conditions in a form accessible and useful to educators.

Children and Childhood in Western Society Since 1500Children and Childhood in Western Society Since 1500



10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Children and What We Can Do About It (London, 2006). 4 D. Buckingham and R. Willett (eds), Digital Generations: Children, Young People, and New Media (London, 2013). 5 J. Sköld and S. Swain (eds), ...

Author: Hugh Cunningham

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781000093841

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Updated to incorporate recent scholarship on the subject, this new edition of Hugh Cunningham’s classic text investigates the relationship between ideas about childhood and the actual experience of being a child, and assesses how it has changed over the span of 500 years. Through his engaging narrative Hugh Cunningham tells the story of the development of ideas from the Renaissance to the present, revealing considerable differences in the way Western societies have understood and valued childhood over time. His survey of parent/child relationships uncovers evidence of parental love, care and, in the frequent cases of child death, grief throughout the period, concluding that there was as much continuity as change in the actual relations of children and adults across these five centuries. Since the book’s first publication in 1995, the volume of historical research on children and childhood has escalated hugely and is testimony to the level of concern provoked by the dominance of the negative narrative that originated in the 1970s and 1980s. A new epilogue revisits the volume from today’s perspective, analysing why this negative narrative established dominance in Western society and considering how it has affected historical writing about children and childhood, enabling the reader to put both this volume and recent debates into context. Supported by an updated historiographical discussion and expanded bibliography, Children and Childhood in Western Society since 1500 remains an essential resource for students of the history of childhood, the history of the family, social history and gender history.

Collection of Children s Books Published by the SocietyCollection of Children s Books Published by the Society



There is a large hall , where about twenty different religious institutions hold their meetings ; and a reading room below , where the reports , and other periodical publications , connected with all the religious societies of the day ...

Author: American Sunday-School Union

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ISBN: HARVARD:HXPHTI

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Child to Parent Violence Challenges and Perspectives in the Current SocietyChild to Parent Violence Challenges and Perspectives in the Current Society



This is not a spontaneous child behavior but instead implies premeditation and manipulation by the child. ... and lack of limits for children as well as to the culture of consumption in current Western societies (Calvete et al., 2013b).

Author: Lourdes Contreras

Publisher: Frontiers Media SA

ISBN: 9782889712243

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