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by K. Lesnik-Oberstein

  • Author: K. Lesnik-Oberstein
  • ISBN: 0230275540
  • ISBN13: 978-0230275546
  • ePub: 1719 kb | FB2: 1327 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: History & Criticism
  • Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan; 2011 edition (June 13, 2011)
  • Pages: 232
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Children in Culture, Revisited: Further Approaches to Childhood ePub download

Children in Culture, Revisited follows on from the first volume, Children in Culture, and is composed of a range of chapters . Further Approaches to Childhood. eBook 74,96 €. price for Russian Federation (gross).

Children in Culture, Revisited follows on from the first volume, Children in Culture, and is composed of a range of chapters, newly written for this collection, which offer further fully inter- and multidisciplinary considerations of childhood as a culturally and historically constructed identity.

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Also by Karín Lesnik-Oberstein CHILDREN IN CULTURE: Approaches to. .

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A timely volume that demonstrates the strength of multidisciplinary studies and takes childhood seriously

A timely volume that demonstrates the strength of multidisciplinary studies and takes childhood seriously. Maria Nikolajeva, Professor of Education, University of Cambridge, UK. Book Description. Provides a comprehensive introduction to (and overview of) theoretical debates on childhood for every discipline. See all Product description.

Also by Karfn Lesnik-Oberstein CHILDREN'S LITERATURE: Criticism and the Fictional Child. The chapters in this book are quite different in many ways, but similar with regard to one central issue: that the theoretical framework underlying the discussions is in almost all cases constructivist in character. That is to say that most of the authors here are united by viewing the 'child' as an identity which is created and constructed differently within various cultures, historical periods, and political ideologies.

Children in culture: Approaches to childhood The first part of this book is concerned with children who are not as easily recognised or remembered as Alice, Kim or Oliver Twist; the peripheral o.

Children in culture: Approaches to childhood. In K. Lesnik-Oberstein, (E. Children in culture, revisited: Further approaches to childhood (pp. 1-18). Basingstoke, England: Palgrave. The first part of this book is concerned with children who are not as easily recognised or remembered as Alice, Kim or Oliver Twist; the peripheral or neglected children featured in works by Dickens, Brontë, Austen and Rossetti. The return of the overlooked child to these texts acts like 'a return of the repressed', overturning accepted narratives concerning their structure and meaning.

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Children in Culture, Revisited follows on from the first volume, Children in Culture , and is composed of a range of chapters, newly written for this collection, which offer further fully inter- and multidisciplinary considerations of childhood as a culturally and historically constructed identity rather than a constant psycho-biological entity.
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