Children and citizenship [electronic resource] / edited by Antonella Invernizzi and Jane Williams
- Machine generated contents note: Pt. I Notions of Children's Citizenship -- 1.Unpacking Children's Citizenship / Ruth Lister -- 2.Education for Citizenship: Children as Citizens and Political Literacy / Andrew Lockyer -- 3.Citizenship from Below: Children's Rights and Social Movements / Manfred Liebel -- 4.From Chattels to Citizens? Eighty Years of Eglantyne Jebb's Legacy to Children and Beyond / Brian Milne -- 5.Children as Rights Holders: Awareness and Scepticism / Jane Fortin -- 6.Children as 'Citizens' of the United Nations (UN) / Judith Ennew -- Pt. II Constructions of Childhood and Children's Experiences -- 7.Care and Control in the Construction of Children's Citizenship / Penny Curtis / Allison James / Joanna Birch -- 8.Youth, Citizenship and the Problem of Dependence / Gill Jones -- 9.When Does Citizenship Begin? Economics and Early Childhood / Priscilla Alderson -- 10.Dilemmas in Children's Participation in England / Virginia Morrow -- 11.Everyday Lives of Working Children and Notions of Citizenship / Antonella Invernizzi -- Pt. III How Policy and Law Think about Children's Citizenship -- 12.Will Law Think about Children? Reflections on Youth Matters / Christine Piper -- 13.The Relevance of European Union Citizenship to Children / Helen Stalford -- 14.Devolution and the Language of Children's Rights in the UK / Samantha Clutton -- 15.Institutional Support for the UNCRC's 'Citizen Child' / Jane Williams / Rhian Croke.
- Offering a critical and contemporary approach to the central debates surrounding children's citizenship, the authors make explicit the connections between theoretical approaches, legal instruments, policy implementation, the experiences of children themselves, and the practice of professionals who work with them.
- 9781446214756 (ebook)
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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