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Sociological Studies of Children

  • Livre Relié
  • 278 Nombre de pages
Texte du rabat The volumes in this series illustrate how social organization and private, emotional experience are different phase... Lire la suite
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The volumes in this series illustrate how social organization and private, emotional experience are different phases of the social process. They show the steps by which emotional experience is shaped by social structural, macro-level processes and how these processes are changed by experience.



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On the liberal culture of child risk - a covenant critique of contractarian theory, John O'Neill; single-parent households as settings for children's development, well-being and attainment - a social network/resources perspective, Paul R. Amato; from useful to useful - the historical continuity of children's constructive participation, Jens Qvortrup; hierarchy, boundary and agency - towards a theoretical perspective on childhood, Allison James and Alan Prout; micro sociology and psychological development - a sociological interpretation of Piaget's theory, Geoffrey Tesson and James Youniss; a developmental model of heteroglossic improvization in children's fantasy play, R. Keith Sawyer; constituting child abuse - a problem of late modernity?, Chris Jenks; towards a theory of peer abuse, Anne-Marie Ambert; invisible children? towards a reconceptualization of childhood dependency and responsibility; Elias's theory of civilizing processes, an exploratory note on the judicial system, families and juvenile delinquency in the Netherlands, Mieke Komen; sociological theorizing on children - concluding thoughts, Anne-Marie Ambert.

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Titre: Sociological Studies of Children
Sous-titre: Vol 7
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Code EAN: 9781559389006
ISBN: 1559389001
Format: Livre Relié
nombre de pages: 278
Poids: 568g
Taille: H234mm x B156mm x T19mm
Année: 2001

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