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A Universal Child?

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Addressing questions about the cultural specificity of childhood, the complementary value of psychological, biological and social understandings of children, and the impact of policy and law on how children are dealt with...

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Addressing questions about the cultural specificity of childhood, the complementary value of psychological, biological and social understandings of children, and the impact of policy and law on how children are dealt with and perceived, this will be a core text for many courses related to childhood studies.

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Unique and timely:  Considers a key question in childhood research is 'childhood' a universal concept?
Multidisciplinary: Explores psychological, biological and social understandings of children
Broad readership: A core text for any course or module relating to children in the social sciences
 

Introduction: The Disputed Child
Alternative Perspectives on Childhood
Children and Time: Historical and Contemporary Ideas About Childhood
Children and Place – an Inevitable Source of 'Difference'?
The Attempt to Identify Common Features of Childhood
Children, the State and Social Policy
Children and the Market
Children and the Media
Childhood: An Adult Conception?
What do Children Think About Childhood?
Childhoods: The Same Only Different?
What Should We Do About Children (and Childhood)?.
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ROGER SMITH is Professor of Social Work Research at School of Applied Social Sciences, De Montfort University, Leicester, UK.



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ROGER SMITH is Professor of Social Work Research at School of Applied Social Sciences, De Montfort University, Leicester, UK.



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