By Kathrin Hörschelmann, Rachel Colls
Demonstrating the contested and differentiated nature of adolescence and early life embodiment, this book responds to political and media discourses that stigmatize unruly younger our bodies, by way of combining the serious research of imagined and disciplined younger our bodies with a spotlight on younger peoples lived and played, embodied subjectivities.
Read Online or Download Contested bodies of childhood and youth PDF
Similar nonfiction_4 books
- Ed Parker's Infinite Insights Into Kenpo: Mental Stimulation
- Time for Kids: Nonfiction Comprehension Test Practice, Second Edition, Level 5
- Boeing 747-400 (AirlinerTech Series, Vol. 10)
- The Storage Box of Tradition: Museums, Anthropologists, and Kwakiutl Art, 1881-1981 (Phd. Thesis)
- Advances in Statistics: Proceedings of the Conference in Honor of Professor Zhidong Bai on His 65th Birthday, National University of Singapore, 20 July 2008
Extra info for Contested bodies of childhood and youth
Bardy, G. Spitta and H. Wintersberger (eds) Childhood Matters: Social Theory, Practice and Politics (Aldershot: Avebury). Foucault, M. (1977) Discipline and Punish (London: Allen Lane). Gagen, E. A. (2000) ‘An example to us all: child development and identity construction in early 20th-century playgrounds’, in Environment and Planning A, 32: 599–616. Gallacher, L-A. (2005) ‘“The terrible twos”: gaining control in the nursery’, Children’s Geographies 3(2): 243–64. Gallacher, L-A. and Gallacher, M.
And Pain, R. (2007) ‘Geographies of age: thinking relationally’, Area 39: 287–94. Horton, J. and Kraftl, P. (2006) ‘What else? Some more ways of thinking about and doing children’s geographies’, Children’s Geographies 4: 69–95. James, A. (1993) Childhood Identities: Self and Social Relationships in the Experience of the Child (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press). James, A. (2000) ‘Embodied being(s): understanding the self and the body in childhood’, in A. ) The Body, Childhood and Society (Basingstoke: Macmillan).
And Gallacher, M. : thinking through “participatory methods” ’, Childhood 15: 499–516. Griffin, C. (1993) Representations of Youth. The Study of Youth and Adolescence in Britain and America (Cambridge: Polity Press). Grosz, E. (1994) Volatile Bodies: Towards a Corporeal Feminism (Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press). Hamington, M. (2004) Embodied Care: Jane Addams, Maurice Merleau-Ponty, and Feminist Ethics (Chicago, IL: University of Illinois Press). Hart, R. (1997) Children’s Participation: The Theory and Practice of Involving Young Citizens in Community Development and Environmental Care (London: Earthscan).
Contested bodies of childhood and youth by Kathrin Hörschelmann, Rachel Colls