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Children in Culture, Revisited: Further Approaches to Childhood

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Children in Culture, Revisited follows on from the first volume, Children in Culture, and is composed of a range of chapters, newly written for this collection, which offer further fully inter- and multidisciplinary considerations of childhood as a culturally and historically constructed identity rather than a constant psycho-biological entity.
Hardcover, 248 pages
Published July 15th 2011 by Palgrave Macmillan (first published June 13th 2011)
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LH Johnson
Jan 17, 2013 LH Johnson rated it really liked it
This is a stylish, confident and thoughtful series of essays collected under the consideration of childhood as a cultural / historical construct as opposed to a constant psycho-biological entity. And it's fascinating.

As ever, in collections of this nature, there will be elements that appeal more than others depending on your own particular interests, and because I'm interested in children's literature I was particularly drawn to Sarah Spooner's chapter discussing the role of instructional and s
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