Christou, Miranda

Children and Borders

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Table of contents

1. Introduction
Spyros Spyrou, Miranda Christou

Part I. Children and Borderlands

2. Experiencing the State and Negotiating Belonging in Zomia: Pa Koh and Bru-Van Kieu Ethnic Minority Youth in a Lao-Vietnamese Borderland
Trần Thị Hà Lan, Roy Huijsmans

3. ‘Anyone Who Welcomes a Little Child like this on My Behalf Is Welcoming Me’: A Case Study on Residential Child and Youth Care in the Mexican-American Border Zone
Sylvia Meichsner

4. Growing Up in a Portuguese Borderland
Sofia Marques Silva

Part II. Children, Borders and War

5. Arrested in Place: Palestinian Children and Families at the Border
Bree Akesson

6. Destination Europe: Afghan Unaccompanied Minors Crossing Borders
Carla Buil, Melissa Siegel

7. Crossing Borders of Geography and Self: South Sudanese Refugee Youth Gangs in Egypt
Marisa O. Ensor

Part III. Children and Contested Borders

8. What is a Border? Greek Cypriot and Turkish Cypriot Children’s Understanding of a Contested Territorial Division
Miranda Christou, Spyros Spyrou

9. Palestinian ‘Children of the Junction’: Contested Borders and Representations
Omri Grinberg

10. Bordering in Transition: Young People’s Experiences in ‘Post-Conflict’ Belfast
Martina McKnight, Madeleine Leonard

Part IV. Children Crossing Borders

11. Criminals in Our Land! Border Movement and Apprehension of Children from Bangladesh Within the Juvenile Justice System in India
Chandni Basu

12. Crossing Borders and Borderlands: Childhood’s Secret Undergrounds
Sonja Arndt, Marek Tesar

13. Unaccompanied Migrant Children and Youth: Navigating Relational Borderlands
Stuart C. Aitken, Kate Swanson, Elizabeth G. Kennedy

Part V. Children, Borders and Belonging

14. When the Border Becomes a Threshold: Children’s Visits to Relatives in Santo Domingo
Livia Jiménez Sedano

15. Borders Separating Families: Children’s Perspectives of Labour Migration in Estonia
Dagmar Kutsar, Merike Darmody, Leana Lahesoo

16. ‘Everything is a Spectrum’: Korean Migrant Youth Identity Work in the Transnational Borderland
Sujin Kim, Lisa M. Dorner

Keywords: Political Science and International Relations, Development Studies, Sociology, general, Childhood, Adolescence and Society, Human Geography, Migration, Child Well-being

Publication year
Studies in Childhood and Youth
Page amount
311 pages
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