Bohne, Sabine

Childhood, Youth and Migration

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Table of contents

1. Childhood, Youth and Migration: Connecting Global and Local Perspectives – Introduction
Christine Hunner-Kreisel, Sabine Bohne

Part I. Children’s and Youth’s Own Perspective in Migrant Societies

2. Can we Compare Children’s Well-being Across Countries? Lessons from the Children’s Worlds Study
Sabine Andresen, Asher Ben-Arieh

3. Do Muslim Girls Really Need Saving? Boundary-Making and Gender in Swiss Schools
Brigit Allenbach

4. Children’s Conceptions of Otherness: Constructions of the ‘Moral Self’ and Implications for Experiences of Migration
Tobia Fattore

5. Acquiring Agency: Children’s Perspective Within the Context of Migration in Germany
Karin Kämpfe, Manuela Westphal

Part II. Education, Social Differentiations and (In-)Equality

6. ‘It’s Hard to Blend in’: Everyday Experiences of Schooling Achievement, Migration and Neoliberal Education Policy
Jennifer Skattebol

7. Ethnic Difference and Inequality. An Ethnographic Study of Early Childhood Educational Organizations.
Isabell Diehm, Melanie Kuhn, Claudia Machold, Miriam Mai

8. Educational Inequality in Migrant Children in China: From Visible Exclusion to Invisible Discrimination
Yafang Wang, Diqing Jiang

9. (Temporary) Educational Integration of School-Age Children in the Context of Multiple and Multidirectional Migration: A Critical Challenge for the European Union and Its Member States
Beatrix Bukus

10. Education: Children and Youths in Rural Areas: A German Perspective
Margit Stein

Part III. Questions of Global and Local Living

11. Making Sense of the Smell of Bangladesh
Benjamin Zeitlyn

12. Qualities of Childhood: Kyrgyz Preschoolers Between Local Exigencies and Global Promises
Doris Bühler-Niederberger

13. From Access to Post-access Concerns: Rethinking Inclusion in Education Through Children’s Everyday School Attendance in Rural Malaysia
Noëmi Gerber, Roy Huijsmans

14. Transgenerational Culture Transfer as Social Constructions in Intergenerational Relationships
Christine Meyer

Part IV. Living Circumstances Shaped by Patterns of Migration and Mobility

15. ‘Blood Always Finds a Way Home’: AIDS Orphanhood and the Transformation of Kinship, Fosterage, and Children’s Circulation Strategies in Uganda
Kristen Cheney

16. Transnational Childhood and the Globalization of Intimacy
Elisabeth Rohr

17. Back to Baku: Educational Mobility Experiences of Two Young Azerbaijanis and Identity Positionings Back ‘Home’
Christine Hunner-Kreisel

Keywords: Social Sciences, Child Well-being, International and Comparative Education, Childhood, Adolescence and Society, Migration

Publication year
Children’s Well-Being: Indicators and Research
Page amount
11 pages
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