Thatcher's Grandchildren explores sociological and political issues about childhood that have that have become increasingly significant in the twenty first century within a political landscape framed by neo-liberalism. In this edited collection, leading writers explore constructions of childhood and address social and political issues involving children in a number of key areas, both nationally and internationally. Issues addressed include child protection and abuse, the media, education and schooling, and poverty.... as we have seen, a reverse discourse may be deployed in which the objective a real poverty, be it suffered by children or ... Acknowledgement Thanks to Peter Bramham, Peter Golding and Jane Pilcher for reading a draft of this essay andanbsp;...
|Author||:||Stephen Wagg, Jane Pilcher|
|Publisher||:||Palgrave Macmillan - 2014-05-30|