By Susan D. Stewart
By Susan D. Stewart
By Thomas A. Offit
By Karen J. Renner
Focusing on narratives with supernatural parts, Karen J. Renner argues that the new proliferation of news approximately evil teenagers demonstrates no longer a declining religion within the innocence of formative years yet a wish to shield its purity. From novels to song movies, images to games, the evil baby haunts a variety of texts and is derived in various types, together with changelings, ferals, and enormous newborns. during this e-book, Renner illustrates how every one subtype bargains a distinct reason behind the matter of the “evil” baby and adapts to altering historic conditions and ideologies.
By Anna Kuxhausen
Making leading edge use of obstetrical manuals, belles lettres, children’s primers, and different basic records from the period, Anna Kuxhausen attracts jointly many discourses—medical, pedagogical, and political—to express the scope and audacity of recent notions approximately childrearing. Reformers aimed to coach girls to take care of the our bodies of pregnant moms, babies, and kids based on scientific criteria of the Enlightenment. Kuxhausen unearths either their optimism and their occasionally deadly blind spots in concerns of implementation. In analyzing the implication of girls in public, even political, roles as brokers of state-building and the civilizing approach, From the Womb to the physique Politic bargains a nuanced, elevated view of the Enlightenment in Russia and the ways that Russians imagined their state whereas developing notions of childhood.
By Arne Güllich,Michael (Eds.) Krüger,Michael Krüger
By Melvin Delgado
Community perform and concrete Youth is for graduate point scholars in fields that provide early life reviews and neighborhood perform classes. Practitioners in those fields, too, will locate the ebook rather worthy in furthering the mixing of social justice as a conceptual and philosophical starting place. using foodstuff, environmental justice, and immigrant-rights and the book’s specialise in service-learning and civic engagement related to those 3 subject matters deals an leading edge technique for classes.
By L. Rowell Huesmann,Leonard D. Eron
The examine provided during this booklet, initially released in 1986, seems to be to pinpoint the mental procedures fascinated about the media violence-aggression relation. increasing on past experiences, the compilation of essays the following delves deeply into aggression examine and compares effects approximately media impact throughout five international locations. Cultural norms and programming adjustments are investigated in addition to age and gender and different components. what's provided total is a mental version during which television violence is either a precursor and a outcome of aggression.
By Boris B. Gorshkov
Russia's manufacturing unit Children offers the 1st English-language account of the altering position of youngsters within the Russian team, from the onset of industrialization till the Communist Revolution of 1917, and profiles the legislation that might determine kid's hard work rights.
In this compelling learn, Boris B. Gorshkov examines the day-by-day lives, operating stipulations, hours, wages, actual hazards, and health and wellbeing hazards to young ones who worked in Russian factories. He additionally chronicles the evolving cultural mores that at first welcomed baby exertions practices yet later kept away from them.
Through vast archival learn, Gorshkov perspectives the evolution of Russian baby hard work legislation as a response to the increase of industrialism and the expanding risks of the office. might be such a lot notable is his revelation that activism, from the bourgeoisie, intellectuals, and kids themselves, ended in the conciliation of legislators and marked a revolutionary shift that might influence Russian society within the early 20th century and beyond.
By Jenny J. Pearce,Patricia Hynes,Silvie Bovarnick
Human trafficking constitutes some of the most critical human rights violations of our time. even though, many social paintings practitioners nonetheless have a negative and incomplete figuring out of the stories of youngsters and adolescents who've been trafficked. In Trafficked younger People, the authors demand a extra subtle, trained and higher constructed realizing of the variety of matters dealing with trafficked younger people.
In the 1st paintings of its style to mix an up to date evaluation of the present coverage context with comparable theoretical issues and practitioner reviews, Pearce, Hynes & Bovarnick display how the trafficking of youngsters and teenagers might be considered as a baby safeguard, instead of an immigration drawback. Drawing on concentration workforce and interview learn with seventy two practitioners and overlaying the circumstances of 37 participants, Trafficked younger People explores the way in which baby care practitioners determine, comprehend and paintings with the issues confronted through those who were trafficked. The publication appears at how practitioners interpret and use definitions of trafficking of their everyday paintings; at their reports of disclosing the desires of trafficked young ones and youth and at their efforts to discover acceptable assets to satisfy those needs.
Trafficked younger People should be of curiosity to practitioners operating in aid housing and social paintings, in addition to solicitors and sociologists, rather these operating inside of discourses of kid employer, self selection and victimhood. With its emphasis at the felony and coverage framework, and built-in all through with case histories, practitioner interviews and suggestions for top perform, Trafficked younger People is vital analyzing for a person operating inside a Social coverage improvement context.
By Heidi Morrison