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Other titles in the Studies in Childhood and Youth series:
The Modern Child and the Flexible Labour Market: Early Childhood Education and Care (Studies in Childhood and Youth)by Anne Trine Kjorholt
Synopses & Reviews
This book sheds light on new research related to welfare state, child care policies, and small children's everyday lives ininstitutions in a variety of countries. In uniting recent social childhood research, welfare perspectives and historical and comparative approaches, the book explores institutionalization as a feature of modern child life.
This book sheds light on new research related to welfare state, child care policies, and small children's everyday lives in instuitutions in a variety of countries. In uniting recent social childhood research, welfare perspectives and historical and comparative approaches, the book explores institutionalization as a feature of modern child life.
About the Author
ANNE TRINE KJHOLTis Director and Associate Professor at the Norwegian Centre for Child Research, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway. Her research interests arediscourses on childhood, children's rights and citizenship, early childhood education and care. Kjrholt's publications include Beyond Listening: Children's Perspectives in Early ChildhoodServices (co-edited); Flexible Childhood? Exploring Children's Welfare in Time and Space, Children's Welfare (co-edited); Global Childhoods: Globalization, Development and Young People (co-edited).
JENS QVORTRUP is Professor of Sociology at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, and former Director of the Norwegian Centre for Child Research, Trondheim, Norway. He has written extensively on childhood and his publications include Childhood Matters, Childhood and Children's Culture, Studies in Modern Childhood and The Modern Child and the Flexible Labour Market.
Table of Contents
PART I: Introduction; A.T. Kjrholt * PART II: The Labour Market and Institutionalisation of the Modern Childhood: A Historical and Comparative Perspective
Labour Market and Particular Care Arrangement for Small Children in Norway, Sweden and West Germany after 1945; T. Korsvold * Labour Market and Particular Care Arrangement for Small Children: Free Choice or Gentle Force? How can Parental Leave Change Gender Practices?; B. Brandth &--E. Kvande * Child Care Policies in Nordic Countries: Parents, Children and Politics in Iceland and Norway; G.B. Eydal * Flexible Flexibility: For Whom and What for?; M. Rantalaiho *
PART III: Flexible Spaces, Flexible Children? Contemporary Policy and Practice * 'Child-centredness' and 'The Child': The Cultural Politics of Nursery Schooling in England; A. James * Policies of Early Childhood Education and Care: Partnership, Individualisation and 'Guided Spontaneity'; H. Strandell * Children's Sense of Place in a Preschool Context; G. Hallden *
Flexible Spaces in 'The Nature': Transcending the 'Fenced' Childhood in Day Care Centres?; R.D. Nilsen * The Kindergarten as a Bazaar: Freedom of Choice and Social Life Among Children; A.T. Kjrholt &--M. Seland * Kindergartens in Denmark: Reflections on Continuity and Change; E. Gullv
* Caringscapes of the Flexible Labour Market: Modern Day Care and Creative Knowledge Workers; B. Johansen * PART IV: Conclusion - Institutionalisation: A Secular Trend; J. Qvortrup
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