Childhood

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Childhood: now you see it, now you don't?
disappearing
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A law (Act of Parliament) that has given children more power viz-a-viz parents
Children's Act
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this culture replaced print and opened up the adult world to children
television
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In the past, children could be kept out of the adult world because they couldn't do this
read
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This new technology has made it virtually impossible to maintain a strict divide between the world of the adult and that of the child
world wide web
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Opie and Opie argue that the existence of this contradicts Postman's argument
children's culture
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Jenks rejects Postman's argument claiming that adults are placing children under more of this than ever before
surveillance
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According to some sociologists, modern childhood has been a march of this
progress
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Some sociologists claim that childhood has not improved but instead become this
toxic
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This organisation found that the UK ranked 16th for children's wellbeing
UNICEF
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A law (Act of Parliament) that has given children more power viz-a-viz parents

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Children's Act

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this culture replaced print and opened up the adult world to children

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In the past, children could be kept out of the adult world because they couldn't do this

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This new technology has made it virtually impossible to maintain a strict divide between the world of the adult and that of the child

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