Rethinking Children, Violence and Safeguarding. Rethinking Children's Rights.
Rethinking Children, Violence and Safeguarding.
Rethinking Children, Violence and Safeguarding explores the victimization of children as well as children who .
The gaps between rhetoric and practice are considered and Lorraine Radford argues that the way we 'think' about children and violence has had a profound impact on actions against the abuse of children and children who.
Thanks to my friend Tim Labron and my other colleagues and friends at Concordia University College of Alberta. This page intentionally left blank Preface This book offers a critical examination of modern-day views and practices related to children and childhood.
Coauthors & Alternates.
Rethinking Children, Violence and Safeguarding (New Childhoods): ISBN 9781847065582 (978-1-84706-558-2) Softcover, Continuum, 2012. by Lorraine Radford, Sarah Sayer. Coauthors & Alternates.
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Rethinking Children, Violence and Safeguarding is essential reading for those studying childhood and undergraduate and graduate level, and will be of great interest to those working with children in any field. Target/Movies, Music & Books/Books/All Book Genres/Education Books. Rethinking Children, Violence and Safeguarding - (New Childhoods) by Lorraine Radford (Hardcover).
Essential reading for anyone engaged in playful provision.
The book is well-written, cogent, and very engaging with wonderful transcriptions of interviews with leading authorities and boxed features giving. Essential reading for anyone engaged in playful provision. Highly recommended for parents too!
Rethinking Childhood. Learning so much about in low income contexts here in Recife. A nice story about enchantment, playfulness and children’s appetite for understanding and connection - and smelly stuff.
Rethinking Children's Rights: Attitudes in Contemporary Society - New Childhoods .
Rethinking Children's Rights: Attitudes in Contemporary Society - New Childhoods (Paperback). Phil Jones (author), Sue Welch (author). Welch and Jones have produced a much-needed book that highlights for practitioners the cultural, legal and political challenges - as well as opportunities - for promoting children's rights, by taking an open-eyed look at the necessity of understanding these rights within local context and culture.
Rethinking Children's Rights. Attitudes in Contemporary Society. series New Childhoods.
Rethinking Children's Rights explores attitudes towards and experiences of children's rights . by Dr Phil Jones, Dr Sue Welch.