Childhood

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Katz
In rural Sudan, children roam freely both within the village and outside it
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Cunningham
'Home Habitat' of an 8 year old has shrunk to 1/9 of what it was 25 years ago
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Grittins
Age patriarchy - explains inequalities between adults and children
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Hockey and James
Evidence of children suffering oppression - use strategy of 'acting up' eg. smoking, drinking, swearing, under age sex and exaggerating their age
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Margo and Dixon
UK youth are near top of international league tables for obesity, self harm, drug/alcohol abuse, violence and teenage pregnancies
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Postman
childhood is disappearing (peers and media socially constructing it as a bad thing). Children are growing up faster - being able to buy sexualised underwear for girls
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Aries
Children = mini adults (in the past) didn't have specific toys, clothes, past times and same jobs
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Toxic Childhood
Rapid technological developments have developed intellectual, emotional and physical development ie. junk food, computer games, intensive marketing and emphasis on testing in education
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What have road safety fears meant?
More children are driven to school - 'stranger danger' (April Jones)
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'Home Habitat' of an 8 year old has shrunk to 1/9 of what it was 25 years ago

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Cunningham

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Age patriarchy - explains inequalities between adults and children

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Evidence of children suffering oppression - use strategy of 'acting up' eg. smoking, drinking, swearing, under age sex and exaggerating their age

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UK youth are near top of international league tables for obesity, self harm, drug/alcohol abuse, violence and teenage pregnancies

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