Childhood and nation : interdisciplinary engagements / edited by Zsuzsa Millei and Robert Imre
- Critical cultural studies of childhood
- Machine generated contents note: 1.Introduction: Childhood and Nation / Robert Imre -- pt. I Government, Representations, and Resistances -- 2."How Come Australians Are White": Children's Voice and Adults' Silence / Prasanna Srinivasan -- 3.The Child as Nation: Embodying the Nation in Salman Rushdie's Midnight's Children / Lucy Hopkins -- 4."Franco's Children": Childhood Memory as National Allegory / Miaowei Weng -- 5.(Dis)Locating Hospitality: Reader Positioning in Australian Picture Books about Asylum Seekers / Trish Lunt -- 6.Minor(s) Matter: Stone-Throwing, Securitization, and the Government of Palestinian Childhood under Israeli Military Rule / Mikko Joronen -- pt. II Trans/National Subject Formation -- 7.National Symbols and Practices in the Everyday of Irish Education / Marguerita Magennis -- 8.Palestinian Children Forging National Identity through the Social and Spatial Practices of Territoriality / Bree Akesson -- 9.Constructing Narratives of Political Identities: Young People in the "New" European States / Alistair Ross -- 10."Let's Move, Let's Not Remain Stagnant": Nationalism, Masculinism, and School-Based Education in Mozambique / Esther Miedema -- 11.Polish Children in Norway: Between National Discourses of Belonging and Everyday Experiences of Life Abroad / Stella Strzemecka -- 12.Educating "Supermen" and "Superwomen": Global Citizenship Education / Tatjana Zimenkova.
- 9781137477828 (hardcover ; alk. paper)
1137477822 (hardcover ; alk. paper)
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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