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Parenting after the Century of Child: Travelling ideals, institutional negotiations and individual responses


Parenting after the Century of Child: Travelling ideals, institutional negotiations and individual responses. Edited by: Thelen, T; Haukanes, H (2010). Aldershot: Ashgate.

Abstract

Parenting after the century of the child: introduction, Tatjana Thelen and Haldis Haukanes; Parenthood and childhood: debates within the social sciences, Haldis Haukanes and Tatjana Thelen; Part I Travelling Ideals about Relatedness, Family and Parenting Obligations: What is a good mother? Historical shifts, divergent models in urban Japan, Susan D. Holloway, Yoko Yamamoto and Sawako Suzuki; No school without foster families in Northern Benin: a social historical approach, Erdmute Alber; Growing up nuclear? Young Czechs' and Tunisians' visions of family, parenting and gender roles, Haldis Haukanes and Marit Tjomsland. Part II Negotiating Responsibilities in Education and Child Welfare Institutions: Child welfare, biopower and mestizo relatedness in Quito, Ecuador, Esben Leifsen; 'In the best interests of the child': intergenerational legacies of past Aboriginal child removal policies in Australia, Tiffany McComsey; 'Privatizing parenthood – modernizing childhood? Paradoxes of school reform in Eastern Germany, Tatjana Thelen; Representations of parenting practices of native and immigrant families in institutional care service settings in Barcelona, Marta Bertran. Part III Translating International Legislation to Local Settings: Custody and coming of age: 3 American cases, Randy Frances Kandel and Anne Griffiths; Child rights or wrongs: dilemmas in implementing support for children in the Kilimanjaro region, Tanzania, in the era of globalised AIDS approaches, Mai Bente Snipstad, Gro Th. Lie and Dagfinn Winje; Index.

Parenting after the century of the child: introduction, Tatjana Thelen and Haldis Haukanes; Parenthood and childhood: debates within the social sciences, Haldis Haukanes and Tatjana Thelen; Part I Travelling Ideals about Relatedness, Family and Parenting Obligations: What is a good mother? Historical shifts, divergent models in urban Japan, Susan D. Holloway, Yoko Yamamoto and Sawako Suzuki; No school without foster families in Northern Benin: a social historical approach, Erdmute Alber; Growing up nuclear? Young Czechs' and Tunisians' visions of family, parenting and gender roles, Haldis Haukanes and Marit Tjomsland. Part II Negotiating Responsibilities in Education and Child Welfare Institutions: Child welfare, biopower and mestizo relatedness in Quito, Ecuador, Esben Leifsen; 'In the best interests of the child': intergenerational legacies of past Aboriginal child removal policies in Australia, Tiffany McComsey; 'Privatizing parenthood – modernizing childhood? Paradoxes of school reform in Eastern Germany, Tatjana Thelen; Representations of parenting practices of native and immigrant families in institutional care service settings in Barcelona, Marta Bertran. Part III Translating International Legislation to Local Settings: Custody and coming of age: 3 American cases, Randy Frances Kandel and Anne Griffiths; Child rights or wrongs: dilemmas in implementing support for children in the Kilimanjaro region, Tanzania, in the era of globalised AIDS approaches, Mai Bente Snipstad, Gro Th. Lie and Dagfinn Winje; Index.

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Item Type:Edited Scientific Work
Communities & Collections:06 Faculty of Arts > Department of Social Anthropology and Cultural Studies
Dewey Decimal Classification:390 Customs, etiquette & folklore
300 Social sciences, sociology & anthropology
790 Sports, games & entertainment
Date:2010
Deposited On:02 Feb 2011 09:09
Last Modified:05 Apr 2016 14:41
Publisher:Ashgate
Number of Pages:231
ISBN:978-1-4094-0111-7
Official URL:http://www.ashgate.com/isbn/9781409401117
Related URLs:https://biblio.unizh.ch/F/?local_base=UZH01&con_lng=GER&func=find-b&find_code=SYS&request=001872565

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