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The Biologically Vulnerable Boy

Framing Sex Differences in Childhood Infectious Disease Mortality

Heather T. Battles

construction (see Ingold and Palsson 2013 ). As described below, several scholars (e.g., Armstrong 1986 ; Brosco 1999 ; Wright 1988 ; Zelizer 1985 ) have used such an approach to examine the connection between changing ideas about children and childhood

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Women and Children in social reproduction and the global womb

Comment on Newberry and Rosen

Olga Nieuwenhuys

a debt to be repaid rather than a right to entitlements. These three dimensions inform the sociopolitical study of children and childhood in the Global South and work as an antidote against their routine representation as victims of their putatively

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Uncovering the Politics of Playtime

Sarah Fishman

special issue take an innovative approach to understanding children and childhood in France, focusing on the issue of play. Clearly central to children's lives, play also highlights how adults thought about and tried to shape and control children's lives

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Making Men out of Boys

Revisiting Connell through Twenty-First-Century Indian Picturebooks

Sridipa Dandapat and Priyanka Tripathi

Masculinities , ed. Michael Flood , Judith Kegan Gardiner , Bob Pease , and Keith Pringle , 372 – 376 . London : Routledge . Ying , Melissa Lee Sheung . 2020 . “ Picture Books .” In The SAGE Encyclopedia of Children and Childhood Studies

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Girls on the Move

Girlhood and Forced Displacement, Migration, and (Re)settlement

Rosemary R. Carlton and Nesa Bandarchian Rashti

.1177/1524838017699 Pomerantz , Shauna . 2020 . “ Girlhood Studies .” In The SAGE Encyclopedia of Children and Childhood Studies , Vol. 4 , ed. Daniel Thomas Cook , 847 – 851 . Thousand Oaks : SAGE Publications . http://dx.doi.org/10.4135/9781529714388.n306 Reid

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“A Mountain of Words”

Children's Literacy in Rural France, 1800 − 1950

Elizabeth C. Macknight

: Palgrave, 2004), 235. 20 Colin Heywood, A History of Childhood: Children and Childhood in the West from Medieval to Modern Times (Cambridge: Polity Press, 2001), 1; Richard N. Coe, When the Grass Was Taller: Autobiography and the Experiences of

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James Joyce's “The Sisters”

Implied Pederasty and Interpreting the Inexpressible

Barry Ryan

recognizable in Joyce's later literature, Joyce's attitude toward children and childhood diverged from both his early depiction and the views of his characters during the revision of “The Sisters.” Conclusion The struggle to obtain perfect celibate

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Delivering Sexual and Reproductive Health Education to Girls

Are Helplines Useful?

Joan Njagi

.1080/03057920601061695 Mattila , Mirkka . 2011 . Mobile Technologies for Child Protection; a Briefing Note . Dakar : UNICEF . Moss , Peter , and Pat Petrie . 2002 . From Children’s Services to Children’s Spaces: Public Policy, Children and Childhood . London

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Ndebele Girls as Knowers

Menstrual Preparation and Sanitary Preferences in Zimbabwe

Nolwazi Nadia Ncube

. “ Sexuality .” In The Encyclopedia of Children and Childhood in History and Society , ed. David Levine and Paula S. Fass , 743 – 750 . Macmillan Library Reference USA . Bobel , Chris , Inga T. Winkler , Breanne Fahs , Katie Hasson

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Imperialism and Nationhood in Children’s Books in Colonial Bengal

Gargi Gangopadhyay

-century Calcutta resulted from changing attitudes toward the child and childhood in general. For the newly formed urban middle class, children and childhood increasingly became subjects of special concern and importance. A photograph taken by Upandrakishore