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Imre, Robert

Childhood and Nation

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Table of contents

1. Introduction: Childhood and Nation
Zsuzsa Millei, Robert Imre

Part I. Government, Representations, and Resistances

2. “How Come Australians Are White”: Children’s Voice and Adults’ Silence
Prasanna Srinivasan

3. The Child as Nation: Embodying the Nation in Salman Rushdie’s Midnight’s Children

Lucy Hopkins

4. “Franco’s Children”: Childhood Memory as National Allegory
Miaowei Weng

5. (Dis)Locating Hospitality: Reader Positioning in Australian Picture Books about Asylum Seekers
Trish Lunt

6. Minor(s) Matter: Stone Throwing, Securitization, and the Government of Palestinian Childhood under Israeli Military Rule
Mikko Joronen

Part II. Trans/National Subject Formation

7. National Symbols and Practices in the Everyday of Irish Education
Marguerita Magennis

8. Palestinian Children Forging National Identity through the Social and Spatial Practices of Territoriality
Bree Akesson

9. Constructing Narratives of Political Identities: Young People in the “New” European States
Alistair Ross

10. “Let’s Move, Let’s Not Remain Stagnant”: Nationalism, Masculinism, and School-Based Education in Mozambique
Esther Miedema

11. Polish Children in Norway: Between National Discourses of Belonging and Everyday Experiences of Life Abroad
Paula Pustulka, Magdalena Ślusarczyk, Stella Strzemecka

12. Educating “Supermen” and “Superwomen”: Global Citizenship Education
Tatjana Zimenkova

Keywords: Education, International and Comparative Education, Childhood Education, Childhood, Adolescence and Society, Political Science, Educational Policy and Politics, Administration, Organization and Leadership

Editor
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2016
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
Critical Cultural Studies of Childhood
Page amount
276 pages
Category
Upbringing, Education
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781137477835
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-55573-4

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