Rethinking Childhood

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Rethinking Childhood

EDITED BY
PETER B. PUFALL
RICHARD P. UNSWORTH

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page *
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • Acknowledgments xiii
  • Rethinking Childhood *
  • Introduction - The Imperative and the Process for Rethinking Childhood 1
  • Note *
  • References *
  • Part I - Children's Voice and Agency 23
  • Chapter 1 - Problems and Potentials 25
  • References *
  • Chapter 2 - Children as Philosophers 38
  • Notes *
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  • Chapter 3 - Children as Theologians 54
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  • Chapter 4 - Action, Voice, and Identity in Children's Lives 69
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  • Part II - Voice and Agency in Education 85
  • Chapter 5 - Listening to Children's Voices in the Classroom 87
  • Notes 102
  • References *
  • Chapter 6 - Cultural Integrity and Schooling Outcomes of African American Children from Low-Income Backgrounds 104
  • Notes *
  • References *
  • Chapter 7 - The Effects of Exercising Voice in a Children's Online Forum 121
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  • Part III - Voice and Agency Within Families 139
  • Chapter 8 - Advertising and Marketing to Children in the United States 141
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  • Chapter 9 - Children's Lives in and Out of Poverty 154
  • Note *
  • References 168
  • Chapter 10 - Children of Divorce 170
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  • Part IV - Voice and Agency in Neighborhoods and Sports 189
  • Chapter 11 - Social Capital from the Perspective of Neighborhood Children and Adults 191
  • Notes 204
  • References *
  • Chapter 12 - Are We Having Fun Yet? 207
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  • Part V - Voice and Agency as Legal Rights 227
  • Chapter 13 - Re-Visioning Rights for Children 229
  • Notes *
  • References 242
  • Chapter 14 - Children's Identity Rights 244
  • Notes *
  • References 261
  • Resources for Further Research - A Road Map for Surfing the Internet 263
  • Contributors 275
  • Index 279
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