In January 2009 the Centre for the Study of Childhood and Youth launched its reading group, which is held approximately every six weeks. These are small, informal and relaxed meetings open to everyone.
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The reading is a book chapter:
Benei (2008) ‘Producing Good Citizens: Languages, Bodies, Emotions’. From Schooling Passions: Nation, History, and Language in Contemporary Western India. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press.
Contact Dawn Lessels d.j.lessels for advice on obtaining a copy of the book chapter.
So far we have read the following articles/book chapters:
21st Meeting - Wednesday 24 October
Reading material: Christou, Miranda & Spyros Spyrou. 2012. Border encounters: How children navigate space and otherness in an ethnically divided society. Childhood. 19 (3) :pg 302 - 316. .
20th Meeting - Thursday 14th June
'I'm Not Scared of Anything' : Emotion as social power in children's worlds Junehui Ahn Childhood 2010 17: 94.
19th Meeting - Thursday 26th April
Helena Pimlott-Wilson (2012): Visualising children’s participation in research: Lego Duplo, rainbows and clouds and moodboards, International Journal of Social Research Methodology, 15:2, 135-148.
18th Meeting - Thursday 23rd February 2012
Australian Journal of Early Childhood 27(3):pp.25-30.This article can be downloaded from the following link http://eprints.qut.edu.au/302/
17th Meeting - Wednesday 23rd November 2011
Valentine, Kylie (2011) Accounting for Agency Children and Society Vol. 25, Issue 5, pp. 347-358
16th Meeting - Tuesday 17th May 2011
Feminist Dilemmas in Qualitative Research. Public Knowledge and Private Lives edited by Jane Ribbens and Rosalind Edwards.
15th Meeting - Tuesday 7th April 2011
Ribbens McCarthy, J, Holland, J & Gillies, V (2003) Multiple perspectives on the 'family lives' of young people: methdological and theoretical issues in case study research. International Journal of social Research Methodology, 6(1) 1-23.
14th Meeting - Wednesday 2nd March 2011
Oh, what a tangled web we weave: experiences of doing 'multiple
perspectives' research in families
Jeni Hardena; Kathryn Backett-Milburnb; Malcolm Hillc; Alice MacLeanb
a School of Health and Social Sciences, Edinburgh Napier University, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK b Centre
for Research on Families and Relationships, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland.
13th Meeting - Wednesday 24th November 2010
Vincent, C, and Ball, S.J. (2007) "Making up" the middle class child: families, activities and class dispositions. Sociology 41:6 1061-1079.
12th Meeting - Wednesday 13th October 2010
Smilijka Tomanovic, 'Family Habitus as the Cultural Context for Childhood' .
11th Meeting - Wednesday 23rd June 2010
Moosa-Mitha, Mehmoona, (2005) 'A Difference-Centred Alternative to Theorisation of Children's Citizenship Rights'
10th Meeting - Wednesday 12th May
Piper, Heather and Frankham, Jo, (2007) 'Seeing Voices and Hearing Pictures: Image as discourse and the framing of image-based research', Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education, 28:3, 373-387.
9th Meeting - Wednesday 24th March
Berglund, Ulla (2008). "Using Children's GIS Maps to Influence Town Planning." Children, Youth and Environments 18(2): 110-132.
8th Meeting - Tuesday 9th February 2010
Ann Lewis, School of Education, University of Birmingham, Birmingham, UK, Silence in the Context of 'Child Voice'. Children and Society Volume 24, (2010) pp. 14-23.
7th Meeting - Wednesday 16th December 2009
Kuller, R. and C. Lindsten (1992). "Health and Behaviour of Children in classrooms with and without windows." Journal of Environmental Psychology
6th Meeting - 4th November 2009
Emma Uprichard, Questioning Research with Children: Discrepancy between Theory and Practice? Children and Society. Early view, Date: January 2009. Full Text: HTML, PDF (79K).
Emma Uprichard, Children as 'Being and Becomings': Children, Childhood and Temporality. Children and Society, Volume 22, Issue 4, Date: July 2008, Pages: 303-313. Full Text: HTML, PDF (73k).
5th Meeting - 29th September 2009
Erick Otieno Nyambedha, Sharing food: grandmothers and 'the children of today' in western Kenya.
4th Meeting - 1st July 2009
Ian McIntosh and Samantha Punch (2009) 'Barter', 'Deals', 'Bribes' and 'Threats': Exploring sibiling interactions, Childhood 2009; 16;49, Publisher: Sage. The online version of this article can be found at http://chd.sagepub.com/cgi/content/abstract/16/1/49.
3rd Meeting - 26th May 2009
Daniel Miller (1997), ‘How Infants Grow Mothers in North London’ , Theory, Culture & Society, Vol. 14, No. 4, 67-88
2nd Meeting - 8th April 2009
Leon Kuczynski and Susan Lolli (2004), ‘The Child as Agent in Family Life’ in Hillel Goelman, Sheila Marshall, Sally Ross (eds.), Multiple Lenses, Multiple Images: Perspectives on the child across time, space and discipline, Publisher: University of Toronto Press.
1st Meeting – 25th February 2009
Prout, Alan (2008), 'Culture-Nature and the Construction of Childhood' in Kirsten Drotner, Sonia Livingstone (eds.), The International Handbook of Children, Media and Culture, SAGE Ltd.
Have you read anything interesting lately? If you'd like to, you can leave a comment or recommendation.