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Early Childhoods in a Changing World


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Early Childhoods in a Changing World
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How is the nature of childhood changing? What challenges do children face as they grow up? This book enriches our understanding of what it means to be a child today. It examines: the impact of new technologies, policy, and early education; poverty, changing family circumstances and living in care; and case studies of childhood in certain African countries, the UK, the US, Australia, and, Western and Eastern Europe. The contributors come from across the globe and each reflects on the nature of childhood from their personal perspective and what they see happening around them. They are Jennifer M. Bowes, Eileen Carmichael, Philomena Donnelly, Eve Gregory, Mary James, Foster Kholowa, Sian Wyn Siencyn, Allison Tatton, Glenda Walsh, and Lynne Williamson and Fatuma Ahmed.

Author Biography

Margaret M Clark is Visiting Professor at Newman University College, She has an international reputation for her research on early education and literacy and was awarded an OBE for her services to early years education. Stanley Tucker is Professor and Dean of School at Newman University College.
Release date Australia
May 19th, 2010
Edited by Margaret M. Clark Edited by Stanley Tucker
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Trentham Books Ltd
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