By James Marten,Paula S. Fass
By James Marten,Paula S. Fass
By David Kieran,Holly Swyers,Cindy Dell Clark,Sunaina Maira,Laura Browder,Jeremy K. Saucier,Robertson Allen,Jo Lampert,Irene Garza,Benjamin Cooper,Rebecca A. Adelman
By Daniel Thomas Cook
The Commodification of Childhood starts with the e-book of the children’s put on industry’s first alternate journal, The babies’ Department, in 1917 and extends into the early Sixties, during which time the alterations prepare dinner chronicles have been mostly entire. studying exchange journals and different documentary assets, prepare dinner indicates how the created a industry through constructing and promulgating new understandings of the “nature,” wishes, and motivations of the kid client. He discusses quite a few ways in which discursive buildings of the eating baby have been made fabric: within the production of separate children’s garments departments, of their segmentation and structure by way of age and gender gradations (such as baby, child, boys, ladies, tweens, and teens), in retailers’ remedy of kids as members at the retail flooring, and in monitors designed to charm on to young ones. Ultimately, The Commodification of Childhood offers a compelling argument that any attention of “the baby” needs to unavoidably have in mind how adolescence got here to be understood via, and established by way of, a industry idiom.
By Safaa El-Kogali,Caroline Krafft
By Klaus Kempter,Peter Meusburger
Umfassend und interdisziplinär: Der vorliegende Band reflektiert die Begriffe "Bildung und Wissensgesellschaft". PISA-Studie, Diskussionen um die Zukunft unseres rohstoffarmen Landes und kulturell bedingte weltpolitische Spannungen verleihen dem Thema Aktualität und Bedeutung. Sind wir in eine neue, wissensdominierte Epoche gesellschaftlicher Selbstorganisation eingetreten? Welche speziellen Arten von Wissen und Wissensvermittlung brauchen wir?
By Sami Timimi
By Susan J. Pearson
In 1877, the yank Humane Society was once shaped because the nationwide association for animal and baby safety. Thirty years later, there have been 354 anticruelty companies chartered within the usa, approximately two hundred of which have been equally invested within the welfare of either people and animals. In The Rights of the Defenseless, Susan J. Pearson seeks to appreciate the institutional, cultural, felony, and political importance of the perceived bond among those forms of helpless creatures, and the makes an attempt made to guard them.
Unlike lots of today’s humane organisations, these Pearson follows have been delegated police powers to make arrests and convey circumstances of cruelty to animals and youngsters prior to neighborhood magistrates. these whom they prosecuted have been topic to fines, penal complex time, and the elimination of both animal or baby from their ownership. Pearson explores the bounds of and motivation in the back of this strength and argues that whereas those reformers claimed not anything greater than sympathy with the helpless and a wish to guard their rights, they grew to become “cruelty” right into a social challenge, stretched govt assets, and accelerated the nation via inner most institutions. the 1st publication to discover those twin companies and their storied heritage, The Rights of the Defenseless will allure commonly to reform-minded historians and social theorists alike.
By Benjamin N. Lawrance,Richard L. Roberts,Kevin Bales,Jody Sarich
The formal abolition of the slave exchange and slavery didn't finish the call for for servile girls and youngsters. modern kinds of human trafficking are deeply interwoven with their historic precursors, and students and activists must be trained in regards to the lengthy background of trafficking so that it will higher verify and confront its modern kinds. This publication brings jointly the views of major students, activists, and different specialists, making a dialog that's crucial for realizing the complexity of human trafficking in Africa.
Human trafficking is swiftly rising as a center human rights factor for the twenty-first century. Trafficking in Slavery’s Wake is great studying for the studying, scuffling with, and prosecuting of trafficking in ladies and children.
Contributors: Margaret Akullo, Jean Allain, Kevin Bales, Liza Stuart Buchbinder, Bernard ok. Freamon, Susan Kreston, Benjamin N. Lawrance, Elisabeth McMahon, Carina Ray, Richard L. Roberts, Marie Rodet, Jody Sarich, and Jelmer Vos.
By Donna Berthelsen,Jo Brownlee,Eva Johansson
The early years are an enormous interval for studying, however the questions surrounding participatory studying among tots stay under-examined. This booklet offers the newest theoretical and study views approximately how ECEC (Early adolescence schooling and Care) contexts advertise democracy and citizenship via participatory studying methods. The participants offer perception into nationwide guidelines, provisions, and practices and increase our understandings of conception and study on tots’ studies for democratic participation throughout a couple of nations, together with the united kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, the U.S., Canada, Sweden, and Norway.
By Raymond Arthur
The competition that kids dedicate offences as a result of insufficient parenting and parental problems has been an abiding function of the debates on juvenile offending. formerly this facts has been used to layout prevention programmes for younger offenders who've been processed via the felony justice approach, but this publication examines how this proof can be utilized to avoid offending within the first position.
Examining the connection among the factors of adlescent offending and the criminal accountability of the nation to deal with these explanations, this publication offers proof to teach that bettering the kinfolk surroundings may be the foremost and enduring procedure for battling juvenile delinquency and linked behavioural, social and emotional difficulties. It examines how present baby welfare laws, particularly the kids Act 1989, may be hired to avoid kids who're susceptible to accomplishing delinquent and antisocial behaviour from offending. It abandons the conventional ‘welfare vs. justice’ dichotomy and as a substitute outlines a brand new procedure which specializes in the rights and wishes of adolescents in situations and their households.