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Author: Phil Scraton
ISBN13: 978-0748404070
Title: `Childhood' in `Crisis
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Language: English
Category: Parenting
Publisher: Taylor & Francis (April 1997)
Pages: 192

`Childhood' in `Crisis by Phil Scraton

No reproduction without permission. The ‘Childhood’ in ‘Crisis’? conference was highly successful, combining plenary contributions with practice-based workshops. We are grateful to the conference participants for their part in developing the key themes and in giving their time, interest and commitment to the issues.

Examining debates concerning children and young people, this text discusses the politics of childhood, focusing on topics such as: the family; education and schooling; mental health; crime and justice; and sexuality. Download (pdf, . 3 Mb) Donate Read. Epub FB2 mobi txt RTF. Converted file can differ from the original. If possible, download the file in its original format.

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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Examining debates concerning children and young people, this text discusses the politics of childhood. Book Condition: Former Library book. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. 100% Money Back Guarantee. Shipped to over one million happy customers. Sold by Better World Books. Condition: Used: Good.

Childhood in "Crisis"? By Phil Scraton. Childhood in "Crisis"? By Phil Scraton. Childhood’ is in ‘crisis’, children lack appropriate discipline, parental control or professional guidance. The political message, broadly consensual across the main parties, is that we (meaning the collective of responsible adulthood) have become too soft, too understanding and too tolerant. Thatcher’s 1980s ‘return to Victorian values’ was superseded by Major’s ‘back to basics’ initiative, his rallying call in the war on ‘yob culture’. Not to be overshadowed, New Labour’s Tony Blair called for an awakening of the ‘sleeping conscience of the country’ to guard against the potential of ‘moral. Over 14 million journal, magazine, and newspaper articles.

Childhood' in 'Crisis'. This timely collection of essays raises not just one, but many question marks, about the supposed crisis in British childhood which has been widely held to characterise the end of the twentieth century. Following the murder of little James Bulger in 1993 by two 10 year old children there was a groundswell of political and populist concern about the state of the nation's children and their loss of 'natural' innocence.

Based on multi-disciplinary academic research and professional practice, 'Childhood' in 'Crisis'? is conceived as a response to the current political and policy debates which maintain: that 'childhood' is in a state of 'crisis'; that there is a breakdown in discipline, parental or professional guidance; and that children and young people lack any sense of social responsibility. On the one hand, there is the reaffirmation of 'the family', a commitment to harsher policies and tougher legislation; on the other, children and young people are systematically denied rights and are increasingly marginalized and alienated. Providing the central historical and theoretical foundations of contemporary definitions of 'childhood', the authors trace the background to, and justifications of, institutionalised responses. They also examine in detail the expansive media coverage and popular discourses which collectively contextualise legal and policy responses, identifying the James Bulger case as a watershed in UK media coverage