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This article draws upon biographical interview material from a mixed-method British study of workers caring for vulnerable children: residential social workers, family support workers, foster carers and community childminders. It has two aims: (1) to identify the contexts — the particular...
Participatory research with children in the main focuses on short-term interactions. As this practice develops, questions about longer-term consequences for participants have arisen, examining the empowering claims for this research approach. This article reports the findings from continued...
Respecting children’s rights to be heard in matters that directly affect their everyday lives has become an established principle in Ireland and internationally. Accessing children’s voices raises a number of important issues for researchers across a wide range of disciplines. This article...
This article explores the ideas about children’s participation in decision-making held by government officials and non-government representatives engaged in promoting children’s participation in the Philippines. It suggests that the ideas that policy-makers and service deliverers hold about...
This study measures attitudes towards children’s vulnerability or empowerment within consumer culture, based on data from a representative population survey ( N = 1475) conducted in Estonia in 2005. The study use indices comprised of assessments of consumption practices and assertions...
Drawing upon in-depth interviews with mothers in the US about feeding their young children, this article examines how consumer culture — broadly construed — constitutes part of the indispensable context of mothering practices. The argument put forward is that mothers not only provide food and...
Drawing on empirical material from fieldwork among young children living with their families in two Norwegian reception centres for asylum-seekers, this article compares their realities to the norms and realities for other children in Norway. Children’s spatial and social situations within the...
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