Diplomatic Families and Children’s Mobile Lives Experiences of British Diplomatic Service Children from 1945 to 1990
Mapping the Moral Geographies of Education Character, Citizenship and Values
Latin American Transnational Children and Youth Experiences of Nature and Place, Culture and Care Across the Americas
Why Garden in Schools?
Children, Young People and Care
Young Entrepreneurs in Sub-Saharan Africa
By Sara Hiorns
November 18, 2021
This book is the first of its kind: a historical inquiry into the family life of British diplomats between 1945 and 1990. It examines the ways in which the British Diplomatic Service reacted to and were influenced by the radical social changes that took place in Britain during the latter half of ...
By Sarah Mills
September 29, 2021
This book explores the growth of ‘character education’ in schools and youth organisations over the last decade. It delves into historical and contemporary debates through a geopolitical lens. With a renewed focus on values and virtues such as grit, gumption, perseverance, resilience, generosity, ...
Edited By Victoria Derr, Yolanda Corona
December 31, 2020
Latin American Transnational Children and Youth focuses on understanding young people’s connection to nature and place within a transnational and Latin American context. It serves to diversify, elaborate, and sometimes challenge the assumptions made in researching people and place, and unearths ...
By Lexi Earl, Pat Thomson
December 31, 2020
This book delves into the complex history of the gardening movement in schools and examines the question why gardens should be built in schools. It offers practical guidance for teachers to begin thinking about how to approach educational gardening. A resurgence of interest in school gardens is ...
By Peter Kraftl
April 07, 2020
This book offers a new approach for theorising and undertaking childhood research. It combines insights from childhood and generational studies with object-oriented ontologies, new materialisms, critical race and gender theories to address a range of key, intractable challenges facing children and ...
Edited By Nadia von Benzon, Catherine Wilkinson
May 21, 2019
This book explores the alternative experiences of children and young people whose everyday lives contradict ideas and ideals of normalcy from the local to the global context. Presenting empirical research and conceptual interventions from a variety of international contexts, this book seeks to ...
By Gavin Brown, Helen Yaffe
February 07, 2019
From April 1986 until just after Nelson Mandela’s release from prison in February 1990, supporters of the City of London Anti-Apartheid Group maintained a continuous protest, day and night, outside the South African Embassy in central London. This book examines how and why a group of children, ...
Edited By John Horton, Michelle Pyer
January 17, 2019
The very notions of childhood and youth are intimately connected to contemporary norms, practices and spaces of care, caring and care-giving. The provision of care is widely figured as both the primary responsibility of parents, carers and practitioners who work with children and young people, and ...
By Affrica Taylor, Veronica Pacini-Ketchabaw
October 01, 2018
The lives and futures of children and animals are linked to environmental challenges associated with the Anthropocene and the acceleration of human-caused extinctions. This book sparks a fascinating interdisciplinary conversation about child–animal relations, calling for a radical shift in how we ...
By Claire Freeman, Yolanda van Heezik
June 18, 2018
That children need nature for health and well-being is widely accepted, but what type of nature? Specifically, what type of nature is not only necessary but realistically available in the complex and rapidly changing worlds that children currently live in? This book examines child-nature ...
By Stuart C. Aitken
May 10, 2018
Concern is growing about children’s rights and the curtailment of those rights through the excesses of neoliberal governance. This book discusses children’s spatial and citizenship rights, and the ways young people and their families push against diminished rights. Armed initially with theoretical...
Edited By Katherine V. Gough, Thilde Langevang
February 24, 2017
Young people in sub-Saharan Africa are growing up in rapidly changing social and economic environments which produce high levels of un- and underemployment. Job creation through entrepreneurship is currently being promoted by international organizations, governments and NGOs as a key solution, ...