Rethinking ChildhoodUnknown - 2004
In Rethinking Childhood, twenty contributors, coming from the disciplines of anthropology, government, law, psychology, education, religion, philosophy, and sociology, provide a multidisciplinary view of childhood by listening and understanding the ways children shape their own futures. Taken together, these essays develop a new paradigm for understanding childhood as children experience these years. This paradigm challenges readers to develop fresh ways of listening to children & amp; rsquo; s voices that enable both children and adults to cross the barriers of age, experience, and stereotypi.
Publisher: New Brunswick, N.J. : Rutgers University Press, ©2004.
Characteristics: data file 1 online resource (xiii, 292 pages) : illustrations.