childhood 2

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historical differences in childhood: what does Aries argue?
in the middle ages childhood did not exist
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historical differences: Pre- industrial society
children went to work, children were punished for crimes the same way adults were
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historical differences: industrialisation- 1840s
w/c children still worked but m/c parents worried about their children and didn't want them working
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historical differences: mid 19th century
adults started to worry about children going to work, children were banned from working
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historical differences: 20th century
child centred society, children were valued, loved and cared.
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postmodern childhood: what did jenks argue?
childhood is not disappearing but is changing
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what is happening to postmodern society?
adults being fearful for their children's safety
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globalisation of western childhood: what do child liberationists suggest?
modern western childhood is oppressive and children today are subject to adult authority
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what are the reasons for changes in the position of childhood?
technological change: children are now more up to date tan their parents
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future of childhood: what is the march of progress view?
over past few centuries the position of children has been improving
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march of progress view: what did Lloyd De Monte suggest?
the further back in history we go the morel likely children are to be hurt or killed
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conflict view: what are the inequalities faced by children?
neglect, space, time, resources
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what is neglect?
adults control over children can be extreme, e.g physical,emotional and sexual abuse
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what is time?
what to do with your time, e.g. parents telling you what to do and when to do it
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what is space?
e.g where to play and how to get to school
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what is resources?
laws and restrictions to children being able to earn money
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