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Articles to accompany book: The Child in Society Hazel Wright 24. 11. 2014 Introducing childhood


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Articles to accompany book: The Child in Society Hazel Wright 24.11.2014

1. Introducing childhood

• Moss, D. (2010) ‘Memory, space and time: researching children's lives’, Childhood, 17(4): 530–­44.

• O'Brien, C. (2003) ‘The nature of childhood through history revealed in artworks?’, Childhood, 10(3): 362–78.

• Schousboe, I. (2005) ‘Local and global perspectives on the everyday lives of children’, Culture & Psychology, 11(2): 207–25.


2. Geographical & Anthropological

• Hochschild, T.R. Jr (2013) ‘Cul-de-sac kids’, Childhood, 20(2): 229–43.

• Naterer, A. and Godina, V.V. (2011) ‘Bomzhi and their subculture: an anthropological study of the street children subculture in Makeevka, eastern Ukraine’, Childhood, 18 (1): 20–3.

• Worthman, C.M. (2010) ‘The ecology of human development: evolving models for cultural psychology’, Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 41(4): 546–62.


3. Historical

• Bailey, B.G., Bernard, M.E., Carrier, G., Elliott, C.L., Langdon J., Leishman, N., Mlynarz, M., Mykhed, O. and Sidders, L.C. (2008) ‘Coming of age and the family in medieval England’, Journal of Family History, 33(1): 41.

• Chamberlain, M. (2002) ‘Small worlds: childhood and empire’, Journal of Family History, 27(2): 186–200.

• Little, M. (2008) ‘Some children matter more than others: issues prompted by Roy Parker's study of the shipment of poor children to Canada, 1867–1917’, Adoption & Fostering, 32(2): 6–18.


4. Philosophical & Spiritual

• Taylor, A. (2011) ‘Reconceptualizing the 'nature' of childhood’, Childhood, 18(4): 420–33.

• Vallgårda, K.A.A. (2011) ‘Adam's escape: children and the discordant nature of colonial conversions’, Childhood, 18(3): 298–315.

• Wilson, L. (1999) ‘ ''Ye Heart of a Father'': male parenting in colonial New England’, Journal of Family History, 24(3): 255–74.


5. Psychological & Biological

• Burman, E. (2012) ‘Deconstructing neoliberal childhood: towards a feminist antipsychological approach’, Childhood, 19(4): 423–38.

• New, R.S. 2010) ‘Cross-cultural research on children's development: deep roots and new branches’, Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, (41(4): 522–33.

• Ryan, K.W. (2012) ‘The new wave of childhood studies: breaking the grip of bio-social dualism?’, Childhood, 19(4): 439–52.


6. Sociological

• Farrell, B., VandeVusse, A., and Ocobock, A. (2012) ‘Family change and the state of family sociology’, Current Sociology, 60(3): 283–301.

• Moran-Ellis J. (2010) ‘Reflections on the sociology of childhood in the UK’, Current Sociology, 58(2): 186–205.

• Smith, K. (2012) ‘Producing governable subjects: images of childhood old and new’, Childhood, 19(1): 24–37.


7. Policy & Economic

Campbell-Barr, V. (2009) ‘Care and business orientations in the delivery of childcare: an exploratory study’, Journal of Early Childhood Research, 7(1): 76–93.

• Penn, H. (2009) ‘International perspectives on quality in mixed economies of childcare’, National Institute Economic Review, 207: 83–89.

Saraceno, C. (2011) ‘Childcare needs and childcare policies: A multidimensional issue’, Current Sociology, 59(1): 78–96.


8. Educational

• Lincove, J.A. and Painter, G. (2006) ‘Does the age that children start kindergarten matter? Evidence of long-term educational and social outcomes’, Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis, 28(2): 153–79.

• Merrell, C. and Tymms, P. (2007) ‘What children know and can do when they start school and how this varies between countries’, Journal of Early Childhood Research, 5(2): 115–34.

• Singh, A. and Gupta, D. (2012) ‘Contexts of childhood and play: exploring parental perceptions’, Childhood, 19(2): 235–50.


9. Contemporary: [Neurological, Institutionalised, Pampered, Precocious, Included]

• Hill, J.A. (2011) ‘Endangered childhoods: how consumerism is impacting child and youth identity’, Media Culture Society, 33(3): 347–62.

• Katz, C. (2008) ‘Cultural geographies lecture: childhood as spectacle: relays of anxiety and the reconfiguration of the child’, Cultural Geographies, 15(1): 5–17.

• Plowman, L. and Stevenson, O. (2012) ‘Using mobile phone diaries to explore children's everyday lives’, Childhood, 19(4): 539–53.


10. Fictional & Research

• Marsh, J. (2012) ‘Children as knowledge brokers of playground games and rhymes in the new media age’, Childhood, 19(4): 508–22.



• Martins, C. (2011) ‘The dangers of the single story: child-soldiers in literary fiction and film’, Childhood, 18(4): 434–46.

• Selbie, P. and Clough, P. (2005) ‘Talking early childhood education: fictional enquiry with historical figures’, Journal of Early Childhood Research, 3(2): 115–26.


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