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`A good foundation for those intent on further research' - ChildRight
`It is intelligent, lively, clear, and well written' - Professor Hugh Cunningham, University of Kent at Canterbury
`This is an excellent source book which is up-to-date and covers key debates on childhood in an accessible way' - Professor Andy Furlong, University of Glasgow
Excellent book that works well with foundation degree students. Really useful information that gets to the point. Easy reading to.
This book is an interesting read, but not as relevant to my students as initially thought. A great book for anyone more tightly focused on the relationship between children and the welfare state.
A really useful book for those studying in this area.
We will be recommending this book for key parts of our Year One course examining the history of schooling and education. The themed chapters make for compelling reading and provide fascinating snapshots of key issues in the role of children and our conceptions of childhood.
Highly recommended, this book offers sound grounding in this area, excellent for first and second year students.
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