Four Years Old in an Urban Community by John Newson

By John Newson

even supposing psychologists by means of education, John and Elizabeth Newson have extra aptly been defined as pioneers in social ecology; they paintings from the conviction that the explanations and the implications of child-rearing attitudes can fruitfully be investigated in basic terms within the framework of the whole social setting during which they take place. This e-book maintains their research of kid rearing in an English city setting.

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Familie - ein Symbol der Kultur: Perspektiven by Susanne Weinert Portmann,J\xf6rg Nowak,Christoph

By Susanne Weinert Portmann,J\xf6rg Nowak,Christoph Scherrer,Sabine Ru\xdf

Das Verhältnis von Kulturtheorie und Sozialpädagogik wird in dieser Untersuchung anhand der Philosophie der symbolischen Formen theoretisch neu fundiert. Im Mittelpunkt steht die Frage, used to be es für die sozialpädagogische Arbeit mit Familien bedeutet, wenn sie Familie als image der Kultur versteht. Die Antwort auf diese Frage entfaltet Verstehens- und Handlungsperspektiven für die Praxis und reflektiert sie in Fallbeispielen.

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Work, Family Policies and Transitions to Adulthood in Europe by T. Knijn

By T. Knijn

This publication analyzes how the present iteration of teenagers enters the labour marketplace and attempts to create their very own self reliant family, without or with little ones, exploring questions reminiscent of what does it suggest to be a tender grownup in Europe this day and what social regulations aid them to mix paintings and family members life?

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Young and Free: [Post]colonial Ontologies of Childhood, by Joanne Faulkner

By Joanne Faulkner

Tracing the complicated but intimate courting among a present-day nationwide obsession with early life and a colonial earlier with which Australia as a country has no longer effectively come to phrases, Young and loose draws on philosophy, literature, movie and testimony. the result's an illustration of the way anxiousness approximately early life has turn into a monitor for extra primary and intractable matters that vex Australian social and political lifestyles. Joanne Faulkner argues that by way of analyzing those anxieties of their relation to settler-colonial Australia’s unresolved clash with Aboriginal humans, new methods of conceiving of Australian neighborhood can be opened.

The ebook engages with philosophical and literary characterizations of adolescence, from Locke and Rousseau, to Freud, Bergson, Benjamin Agamben, Lacan, Rancière and Halbwachs. The author’s psychoanalytic process is supplemented through an engagement with modern political philosophy that informs Faulkner’s critique of the strategies of the topic, sovereignty and information, leading to a speculative postcolonial version of the subject.

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Children of Separation and Loss by Gertrude Pollitt

By Gertrude Pollitt

This memoir recounts the lifetime of Gertrude Pollitt, a social employee, psychotherapist, psychoanalyst, and educator. Born in Vienna to a loving and cultured Jewish kinfolk, Pollitt narrowly escaped the clutches of the Nazi Regime and fled to London. After the warfare, she relocated to Germany to aid kids whose lives have been shattered. Pollitt remembers her trip from displaced immigrant to profitable therapist in her personal phrases, describing her own demanding situations, her sufferers, and her specialist improvement. Children of Separation and Loss is a stirring testomony to the ability of perseverance and the choice to outlive crippling emotional losses.

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Children of Katrina (Katrina Bookshelf) by Alice Fothergill,Lori Peek

By Alice Fothergill,Lori Peek

When young ones adventure upheaval and trauma, adults frequently view them as both weak and helpless or as resilient and ready to simply “bounce back.” however the fact is way extra advanced for the kids and formative years whose lives are unexpectedly upended via catastrophe. How are kids really suffering from catastrophic occasions and the way do they take care of the wear and tear and disruption?

Children of Katrina deals one of many simply long term, multiyear experiences of kids following catastrophe. Sociologists Alice Fothergill and Lori Peek spent seven years after storm Katrina interviewing and watching numerous hundred teenagers and their relatives, pals, acquaintances, academics, and different caregivers. during this e-book, they concentration in detail on seven youngsters among the a while of 3 and eighteen, chosen simply because they exemplify the various studies of the bigger workforce. They locate that kids 3 diverse post-disaster trajectories—declining, discovering equilibrium, and fluctuating—as they attempted to regain balance. The children’s relocating tales light up how a devastating catastrophe impacts person well-being and overall healthiness, relatives events, housing and local contexts, education, peer relationships, and extracurricular actions. This paintings additionally demonstrates how results have been frequently worse for kids who have been susceptible and residing in trouble ahead of the typhoon. Fothergill and Peek make clear what different types of assistance kids desire in the course of emergency reaction and restoration classes, in addition to the person, familial, social, and structural components that reduction or prevent childrens in getting that support.

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Jugendhilfe in Kooperation mit der Ganztagsschule: Zum by Jürgen Rausch,Stefan Berndt

By Jürgen Rausch,Stefan Berndt

Die Ganztagsschule ist auf Kooperationen mit der Jugendhilfe angewiesen. Da Schulen ihre Aufgaben nur schwer delegieren können und Jugendhilfeträger als Schulpartner wenig konzeptionell ausgerichtet sind, beschränkt sich eine Kooperation meist auf voneinander unabhängige Tätigkeiten: Die Schule nimmt ihren Auftrag wie bisher wahr und die Jugendhilfe lässt sich auf Betreuungsangebote innerhalb der strukturellen Vorgaben reduzieren. Auf der foundation einer empirischen Untersuchung regen die Autoren die Diskussion einer konzeptionellen Zusammenarbeit von Schule und Jugendhilfe an, um die Bildung und Erziehung über den ganzen Tag in die Zuständigkeit beider Bildungspartner zu legen.

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Gender, Sex and Children's Play by Jacky Kilvington,Ali Wood

By Jacky Kilvington,Ali Wood

Does gender, intercourse and sexuality impression kid's play, and their studying? Can/should execs try and impact kid's gender and sexual options? Can/should pros attempt to hinder gender stereotyping? those and different questions are explored in a full of life and thought-provoking textual content that appears at why and the way little ones inhabit or strengthen their gender and sexuality. Written in an approachable method and illustrated with case stories and associated with present study and idea, the ebook is helping scholars, academics and playworkers comprehend the debates approximately biology as opposed to tradition and social studying and the way those effect on kid's expression of gender and sexuality. attractive the reader in an intensive mirrored image in their personal perspectives and methods to the genderized and sexualized behaviour of kids at play, this article is a useful advisor for all these drawn to the significance of play, gender and sexuality and the way they relate to kid's lives.

Topics comprise: play and the behaviour of girls and boys inside of specific social contexts; play and ladies' and boys' sexual behaviour and their linked emotions; play and kid's self-concepts and expectancies; the pro grownup employees' position and the manifestation of genderized and/or sexualized play behaviour either in and out of doors a setting.

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