Children's. Human. Rights. and. the. Contemporary. Interest. in. Child. Participation ... into an unforeseeable future rather than drawing on the past for evidence of an age in which children shared equal status with adult citizens.
Author: Brian Milne
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
This book examines the notion of children having full citizenship. It does so historically, through intellectual discourse, beliefs, and moral and ideological positions on children. It looks at the status and extent of knowledge of the position of children covering about 2500 years. The book takes European and other cultures, traditions and beliefs into consideration. It reflects on the topic from a variety of disciplines, including social sciences, theology and philosophy. The book places children’s citizenship in the centre of children’s rights discourse. Part of the work is a critical appraisal of ‘children’s participation’ because it diverts attention away from children as members of society toward being a separable group. The book moves on from child participation using a children’s rights based argument toward examination of the relationship of the child with the state, i.e. as potentially full member citizens.
Milne, B., The history and theory of childrenʼs citizenship in contemporary societies, Dordrecht 2013. Milne, B., «From chattels to citizens? Eighty years of Eglantyne Jebb's legacy to children and beyond», in A. Invernizzi – J.
Author: Mary McAleese
In Childrens’ Rights and Obligations in Canon Law Mary McAleese subjects to scrutiny for the first time the extensive terms and conditions of Church membership which apply to over three hundred million child members of the Catholic Church, the largest non-governmental provider of services to children world-wide.
McKechnie, J., & Hobbs, S. (1998). Working children: Reconsidering the debates. Amsterdam: International Working Group on Child Labour. Milne, B. (2013). The history and theory of children's citizenship in contemporary societies.
Author: Brian Milne
This work reviews the progress of children’s rights 25 years since the adoption of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. It studies the progress of that human rights instrument as part of an ongoing process. It examines how recent past, present and future generations will benefit or suffer as part of the process in which outcomes cannot be predicted. It does not project into the future. Its emphasis is on a review of the period after 1989 and it comments on what has happened and offering guidance on how children's rights might progress. The book presents a realistic but not always critical review of two and a half decades of intensive activity in the field of children’s rights worldwide. It includes both failures and examples of good practice and positive experiences. It offers a review of progress and lack of progress in child rights and welfare in the twelve countries used as case studies in its predecessor, The Next Generation. Finally, the volume considers the impact of current geopolitical and economic realities on children’s rights in the early years of the twenty-first century. The book is a tribute to Judith Ennew and pays homage to all of the people who have contributed so much to children’s rights over the years and wishes to encourage others to take up the cause.
41 Ibid., 38. 42 Ibid. 43 Ibid., 39. 44 H. Rodham, “Children under the Law” (1973) 43(4) Harvard Educational Review 487,487. 45 Ibid. 46 Ibid.; Milne, The History and Theory of Children's Citizenship in Contemporary Societies; ...
Author: Claire Fenton-Glynn
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Considers how to implement children's rights in the twenty-first century through a child rights-based approach to sustainable development.
Universidad de Magdalena. Milne, B. (2013). The History and Theory of Children's Citizenship in Contemporary Societies. Springer. Moosa-Mitha, M. (2005). A Difference-Centred Alternative to Theorizing of Children's Rights.
Author: Graciela Tonon
Publisher: Springer Nature
The focus of this book is centered on the participation of children in countries of the South. In this sense, it will review the possibilities of children's participation, as well as their forms of participation in different contexts of daily life. There has been a tendency to underestimate children’s role as active constructors of their surrounding social space, as well as of the internalized interpretations of the way social life operates. Today it is necessary to recognize that children are agents actively involved in the construction of their own lives and the life of the societies they live in; and in this sense, it is important to consider and re-signify the participation of boys and girls as a fundamental pillar in the process of building societies in the 21st century. The book contains chapters that re-significate children’s participation in different countries from South America and South Africa, in relation with different topics: well-being, methods, citizenship, poverty, education, rurality, ethics and human rights.
The History and Theory of Children's Citizenship in Contemporary Societies. Dordrecht, new York: Springer. Milne, B. (2005). is “participation” as it is described by the United nations on the Rights of the Child (UnCRC) the key to ...
Author: Florian Esser
By regarding children as actors and conducting empirical research on children’s agency, Childhood Studies have gained significant influence on a wide range of different academic disciplines. This has made agency one of the key concepts of Childhood Studies, with articles on the subject featured in handbooks and encyclopaedias. Reconceptualising Agency and Childhood is the first collection devoted to the central concept of agency in Childhood Studies. With contributions from experts in the field, the chapters cover theoretical, practical, historical, transnational and institutional dimensions of agency, rekindling discussion and introducing fundamental and contemporary sociological perspectives to the field of research. Particular attention is paid to connecting agency in the social sciences with Childhood Studies, considering both the theoretical foundations and the practice of research into agency. Empirical case studies are also explored, which focus upon child protection, schools and childcare at a variety of institutions worldwide. This book is an essential reference for students and scholars of Childhood Studies, and is also relevant to Sociology, Social Work, Education, Early Childhood Education and Care (ECEC) and Geography.
In I. Garfinkel, S. McLanahan, & P. Robins (Eds.), Child support and child well-being (pp. 175–205). Washington, DC: Urban Institute ... The history and theory of children's citizenship in contemporary societies. New York: Springer.
Author: William A. Corsaro
Publisher: SAGE Publications
Category: Social Science
William A. Corsaro’s groundbreaking text, The Sociology of Childhood, discusses children and childhood from a sociological perspective. Corsaro provides in-depth coverage of the social theories of childhood, the peer cultures and social issues of children and youth, children and childhood within the frameworks of culture and history, and social problems and the future of childhood. The Fifth Edition has been thoroughly updated to incorporate the latest research and the most pertinent information so readers can engage in powerful discussions on a wide array of topics.
Milne, Brian (2013) The History and Theory of Children's Citizenship in Contemporary Societies. Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Springer. Morss, John (1995) The Biologising of Childhood: Developmental Psychology and the Darwinian Myth.
Author: Sana Nakata
Category: Political Science
Debates about children’s rights not only concern those things that children have a right to have and to do but also our broader social and political community, and the moral and political status of the child within it. This book examines children’s rights and citizenship in the USA, UK and Australia and analyses the policy, law and sociology that govern the transition from childhood to adulthood. By examining existing debates on childhood citizenship, the author pursues the claim that childhood is the most heavily governed period of a liberal individual’s life, and argues that childhood is an intensely monitored period that involves a ‘politics of becoming adult’. Drawing upon case studies from the USA, the UK and Australia, this concept is used to critically analyse debates and policy concerning children’s citizenship, criminality, and sexuality. In doing so, the book seeks to uncover what informs and limits how we think about, talk about, and govern children’s rights in liberal societies. This book will be of interest to students and scholars of political science, governance, social policy, ethics, politics of childhood and public policy.
Author: Tatyana Tsyrlina-SpadyPublish On: 2020-02-06
The history and theory of children's citizenship in contemporary societies. New York: Springer. Mitchell, R. (2015). Children's rights and citizenship studies: Re-theorizing child citizenship through transdiciplinarity from the local to ...
Author: Tatyana Tsyrlina-Spady
Publisher: Myers Education Press
Nurture, Care, Respect, and Trust is the first collection of interdisciplinary and logically interconnected papers from nationally and internationally acclaimed researchers in philosophy, psychology, history of education, teacher training, educational leaders and practitioners, child advocates, and educators who have been motivated by the philosophy and pedagogy of Dr. Janusz Korczak (1878-1942), a world famous moral exemplar and champion of children’s rights. The book provides answers to timely questions of how to respect children’s rights in K-12 schools, community centers, summer camps, and colleges; how to create an atmosphere of trust and safety, and provide social-emotional learning in the classroom; how to become a genuine child advocate; and how to support growing child agency. It also tells the story of Korczak, his life, and the lives of the children in his charge. Nurture, Care, Respect, and Trust details how Korczak’s legacy encourages and stimulates new projects and spreads around the world. The volume serves as a rich resource of practical materials for teachers and university instructors, introducing a number of innovative lesson plans, examples of students’ works, and school projects inspired by Korczak’s pedagogy.
Theoretical Perspectives and Implications for Practice Anna Kirova, Larry Prochner, Christine Massing ... Milne, B. (2013), The History and Theory of Children's Citizenship in Contemporary Societies, Dordrecht: Springer.
Author: Anna Kirova
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Learning to Teach Young Children provides you with the tools to critically engage with the key concepts and beliefs in early childhood education theory and practice. The book is organized around ten propositions that are explored in relation to 30 key questions, for example: - What does it mean to honour children's right to be different? - What does it mean to learn? - How can images of childhood be used as frames for practice? Original comic-book style illustrations are used to explore key theoretical concepts in an accessible and engaging way. The book also includes a companion website offering overviews of the key concepts covered in the book, supplementary information and references, reflective questions and case studies to support your learning.