Topic 2- Childhood- Sociologists

Last name of the sociologist/s is the answer to the clue.  Where there are 2 sociologists that can be attributed, it's all one word with no spaces or punctuation.

  • Created by: jocastle
  • Created on: 08-05-16 08:50
Identified separation from adulthood as most important aspect of childhood
Pilcher
1 of 12
Identified childhood as a social construct
Wagg
2 of 12
Anthropologist; identified differences in childhood in non-industrial societies
Benedict
3 of 12
Argued childhood in Middle Ages didn't exist; called 20th century 'century of the child'
Aries
4 of 12
Pinpointed high infant mortality rate as cause for parental neglect in Middle Ages, and that it isn't like that now
Shorter
5 of 12
Argued childhood was simply different in Middle Ages
*******
6 of 12
Said 'childhood is disappearing at a dazzling speed' due to rise and fall of print media
Postman
7 of 12
Thinks instability of relationships in postmodernity portrays children as vulnerable
Jenks
8 of 12
Coined 'toxic childhood' where technological advances have made childhood psychologically and physically harmful
Palmer
9 of 12
Believes new methods of care and protection are actually just methods of adult control and oppression
FirestoneHolt
10 of 12
'New sociology of childhood'- includes children as active agents in shaping own childhoods
Smart
11 of 12
Identified 'fictive kin' as one way children shape their own childhoods
MasonTipper
12 of 12

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Identified childhood as a social construct

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Wagg

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Anthropologist; identified differences in childhood in non-industrial societies

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Argued childhood in Middle Ages didn't exist; called 20th century 'century of the child'

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Pinpointed high infant mortality rate as cause for parental neglect in Middle Ages, and that it isn't like that now

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