The book draws from Foucault's notion of power-knowledge-resistance and feminist poststructuralism to offer a re-theorization of parent-child conflict.
'This is essential reading for early childhood professionals, students and parents as it introduces radical new ways of thinking about fundamental issues in early childhood.' - Caroline Barratt-Pugh, Edith Cowan University
'I admire Rethinking Parent and Child Conflict a great deal, and I think this is an important book that should be read by anyone working and researching with children and families.' - Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood