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To learn more, view our Privacy Policy. Log In Sign Up. Susan Ruddick. Stuart Aitken. London and New York: Routledge, Cindi Katz. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, There are many pitfalls facing those who chose to fashion their own identities and those ascribed to public write about children. The first risks relegating them to a spaces of the city Ruddick Here children are seen as having little to do remains a cordoned-off subsection of the discipline. For with larger social processesFaffected by them to be sure, example, scholars of the geographies of globalization, but not effecting them in any significant way.

An aporia and anxiety in the field of to transcend. The first is a call to do an explicitly moral ge- panics.

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The second I would characterize as a the sense of being a full and natural presence in an in- strategy of lift. They have attempted to dwell on the abiding and important complexities of validate the expressive subcultures of children in their local comparisons. At the same time, the strategy of lift is worlds, so that even the most vulnerable children re- a scalar one, from local to global. Each once or to open too many battles on too many fronts.

While the book makes claims about the sociology, anthropology, and psychology. For child within the very framework that it seeks to tran- anyone previously unaware of the centrality of the child scend. This contradiction be- prior assumptions about stages of childhood. Finally, discourses about childhood from Rousseau through although one gets the sense of how the child is, in effect, Darwin, Piaget, and Winnicott, ending with post-struc- produced through different discourses, in the even- turalist accounts of child development.

The result is a book that sets out to riority in the figure of Mignion.

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At the same time, as can imagination, using only the tools and conceptual happen with any book attempting to survey the field, the frameworks that we already have at hand. This is a central narrative tends to get lost as the author presents challenge all of us face. However, by choosing to avoid a proliferation of different perspectives on their own the pitfalls of one approachFthat which localizes and terms, and as themes recur in different chapters without exoticizes the experience of childrenFthe book slides the reader having a clear sense of why they are there.

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The book includes a wealth of insightful com- practice. During its long gestation paternalism. This chapter acts as a strategic counter- period, this immediately-influential work was widely weight to these tropes. Here this manuscript into being. So I am delighted to see that Katz explores nearly a century of shifts in circuits of the manuscript, which for many years seemed to be in a production and exchange, read through the changing perpetual state of preparation, has now appeared.

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It has landscape of Howa. The different space-times evoked in been worth the wait. It is not just chapter 1, into the broader and more abstracted trans- the subjects of this book, the children of Howa Sudan formations invoked in chapter 2 of the ways that and Harlem New York City , who have grown up global, households in Howa became sites of social reproduction it is the book itself. Merged citations. This "Cited by" count includes citations to the following articles in Scholar.

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