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Children and the politics of culture [Texte imprimé] /

de Stephens, Sharon (aut.)
Collation: 1 vol (viii, 366 p.) : ill. ; 25 cm. Collection: Princeton studies in culture/power/history Édition: Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press, c1995.ISBN: 0691043299 (alk. paper); 0691043280 (br).Sujet RAMEAU: Children Social conditions | Children Government policy | Children's rights | Ethnicity in children | Identity (Psychology) in children | Enfants Conditions sociales | Enfants Droits | Ethnicité chez l'enfant Thématique: Population, famille Thématique spécifique: Identité culturelle | Politique sociale | Droits de l'homme | EnfantType de document: OuvrageLangue du document: anglaisPays d'édition: Etats-Unis d'AmériquesNote: This collection of papers developed from the session "Children and the politics of culture" organized in connection with the international conference "Children at Risk" held in Bergen, Norway, in May 1992 and sponsored by the Norwegian Centre for Child Research. Contient: Children and the politics of culture in "late capitalism" / Sharon Stephens -- The child as laborer and consumer : the disappearance of childhood in contemporary Japan / Norma Field -- Have you seen me? Recovering the inner child in late twentieth-century America / Marilyn Ivy -- Children's rights in a free-market culture / Mary John -- Children in the examination war in South Korea : a cultural analysis / Hae-joang Cho -- Children's stories and the state in new order Indonesia / Saya S. Shiraishi -- Children, population policy, and the state in Singapore / Vivienne Wee -- Youth and the politics of culture in South Africa / Pamela Reynolds -- "There's a time to act English and a time to act Indian" : the politics of identity among British-Sikh teenagers / Kathleen Hall -- Second-generation noncitizens : children of the Turkish migrant diaspora in Germany / Ruth Mandel -- Children, politics, and culture : the case of Brazilian Indians / Manuela Carneiro da Cunha -- The "cultural fallout" of Chernobyl radiation in Norwegian Sami regions : implications for children / Sharon Stephens -- Recovering childhood : children in South African national reconstruction / Njabulo Ndebele
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This collection of papers developed from the session "Children and the politics of culture" organized in connection with the international conference "Children at Risk" held in Bergen, Norway, in May 1992 and sponsored by the Norwegian Centre for Child Research.

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Children and the politics of culture in "late capitalism" / Sharon Stephens -- The child as laborer and consumer : the disappearance of childhood in contemporary Japan / Norma Field -- Have you seen me? Recovering the inner child in late twentieth-century America / Marilyn Ivy -- Children's rights in a free-market culture / Mary John -- Children in the examination war in South Korea : a cultural analysis / Hae-joang Cho -- Children's stories and the state in new order Indonesia / Saya S. Shiraishi -- Children, population policy, and the state in Singapore / Vivienne Wee -- Youth and the politics of culture in South Africa / Pamela Reynolds -- "There's a time to act English and a time to act Indian" : the politics of identity among British-Sikh teenagers / Kathleen Hall -- Second-generation noncitizens : children of the Turkish migrant diaspora in Germany / Ruth Mandel -- Children, politics, and culture : the case of Brazilian Indians / Manuela Carneiro da Cunha -- The "cultural fallout" of Chernobyl radiation in Norwegian Sami regions : implications for children / Sharon Stephens -- Recovering childhood : children in South African national reconstruction / Njabulo Ndebele

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