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Allison James, Pia Christensen
3rd Revised edition
Table Of Contents
Introduction: Researching children and childhood: Cultures of communication Pia Christensen and Allison James 1. Entering and observing in children's worlds: A reflection on a longitudinal ethnography of early education in Italy William A. Corsaro and Luisa Molinari 2. Macroanalysis of childhood Jens Qvortrup 3. Researching children and childhood in the digital age Sonia Livingstone and Alicia Blum-Ross 4. Using visual and digital research methods with young children Dylan Yamada-Rice 5. Researching children's complex family lives and respecting inter-generational relationships Hayley Davies 6. Race, gender and critical reflexivity in research with young children Paul Connolly 7. Disabled children, ethnography and unspoken understandings: The collaborative construction of diverse identities John Davis and Nick Watson with Sarah Cunningham-Burley 8. Listening to children: And hearing them Helen Roberts 9. Turning the tables: Children as researchers Nigel Thomas 10. Participatory research on kinship care in East Africa Clare O'Kane 11. Utopian research with children
Pia Christensen is Professor of Anthropology and Childhood Studies at the University of Leeds, UK. She is Director of Childhood Studies and, as a leading ethnographer in the field, she has published widely. Allison James is Professor Emerita of Sociology at the University of Sheffield, UK.She has researched extensively in children's culture.