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Articles on Childhood

DOI: 11.5040/ArticlesonChildhood

In Bloomsbury Education and Childhood Studies, childhood is defined as the age range from birth to the age of 12. This resource explores and details the experiences of children from a diverse range of regional contexts. As well as providing an overview and the historical context of childhood, the articles engage with the major developments in theoretical approaches to childhood studies, methodology, and the diversity of research in the field.


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Wendy Marie Cumming-Potvin

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Wendy Bannerman

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Rosi Enroos, Anna Siippainen and Katja Repo

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José Francisco Martínez

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Marit Ursin and Ida M. Lyså

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Gisela Unterweger

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Binnur Yıldırım Hacıibrahimoğlu

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Jeffrey Wood

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Marwa Allam and Mustafa Toprak

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Uvanney Maylor

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Luz Maria Stella Moreno-Medrano and Ernesto Treviño Villarreal

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Teresa Terrón-Caro and Rocío Cárdenas-Rodríguez

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Esra Akgul and Berrin Akman

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Xiaoxiao Du and Wendy A. Crocker

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Maryanne Theobald

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Eman Maher Harb and Mustafa Toprak

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Konstantina Tsoli

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Mariko Ishiguro

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Heidi Fritz-Macías

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Neslihan Güney Karaman and Nevra Atış Akyol

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Pamela Malins

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Frances Hall

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Outi Ylitapio-Mäntylä

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Dionysios Gouvias

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Christa Kappler

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Aysel (Esen) Çoban and Tülay Ilhan

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Philip D. Jaffé, Jean Zermatten and Özlem Lakatos

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Fulya Ezmeci and Berrin Akman

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Gabriela Arias de Sanchez

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Ithar Hassaballa and Ruaa Hassaballa

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Ruth Mugo Kahiga

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Robyn M. Holmes

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Larry Prochner

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Nalan Arabacı

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Elisabeth M. Yang

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Indika Liyanage

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Anna Kirova

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Ithar Hassaballa, Hassaballa Omar Hassaballa and Ruaa Hassaballa

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Heidi Harju-Luukkainen

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Celia Mancillas Bazán and María Elena Figueroa Díaz

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Ida M. Lyså and Marit Ursin

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Dilek Altun

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Pam Whitty, Rachael Bell and Melanie Cortes

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Marigen Narea and Marjorie Murray

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Kay Calver

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Marco Antonio Delgado-Fuentes

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Teresa Terrón-Caro and Rocío Cárdenas-Rodríguez

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Şenay Özen Altınkaynak

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Cindy Dell Clark

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Marianne McTavish

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Ruaa Hassaballa and Ithar Hassaballa

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Kay Calver

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Enna Toikka and Mia Hakovirta

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Gisela Unterweger

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Gizem Engin and Salih Zeki Genç

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Juliana Mohok McLaughlin and June Perkins

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Lisa van Leent and Kerryann Walsh

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Tuija Huuki and Armi Kurkikangas

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Fernando Salinas-Quiroz

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Neslihan Güney Karaman and Selda Ata Doğan

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Andrea Saldivar Reyes and Josué Guzmán Zamora

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Saliha Çetin Sultanoğlu and Müdriye Yildiz Biçakci

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Cindy Dell Clark and Nidhi Baxi

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