Learning from the children : childhood, culture and identity in a changing world /
|Imprint:||New York : Berghahn Books, 2012.|
|Description:||xii, 192 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.|
|Series:||New directions in anthropology ; v. 35|
New directions in anthropology ; v. 35.
|Subject:||Children -- Cross-cultural studies.|
Child psychology -- Cross-cultural studies.
Child development -- Cross-cultural studies.
Parenting -- Cross-cultural studies.
|URL for this record:||http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/8860816|
Table of Contents:
- List of Illustrations
- Chapter 4. We're Not Poor! They Are: Talking with children and parents about poverty and social exclusion in so-called 'deprived areas' of Milton Keynes
- Chapter 5. Dancing With An Angel :What I have learnt from my "special needs" daughter, Elisa
- Chapter 6. Being Parented? Children and young people's engagement with parenting activities
- Part III. Cross-Cultural Mobility
- Chapter 7. Children's Moving Stories: How the children of British lifestyle migrants cope with super-diversity
- Chapter 8. Children Negotiating Identity in Mallorca
- Chapter 9. Identity Without Birthright: Negotiating Children's Citizenship and Identity in Cross-Cultural Bureaucracy
- Chapter 10. Doing Fieldwork with Children in Japan
- Notes on the Contributors
- Part I. Changing Norms
- Chapter 1. Invisible Routes, Invisible Lives: The Multiple Worlds of Runaway and Missing Women and Girls in Upper Sindh, Pakistan
- Chapter 2. Education, Tradition and Modernization: Bedouin Girls in Israel Sarab
- Part II. Listening and Learning
- Chapter 3. More Than One Rung: Young women's disadvantage in careers, work, skills and pay