• a contemporary overview of the history and theories of childhood
• written by two renowned childhood and youth researchers
This book provides a contemporary overview of the history and theories of childhood, children’s experiences of family life, kindergarten, school and free time, and also in other countries including in war-zones. The emphasis is on the fact that children move in very diverse circles. In order to do justice to this diversity, the authors expound upon the most relevant approaches from the worlds of psychology, health science, sociology, education and social work.
Students of education theory, social education and psychology, (aspiring) teachers, educators