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Imagining children otherwise : theoretical and critical perspectives on childhood subjectivity /

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O'Loughlin (Dernier Institute of Advanced Psychological Studies and education, Adelphi U.) and Johnson (teacher education, U. of Hawaii) bring together education scholars from North America, the UK, Australia, and New Zealand who present 10 essays that imagine childhood in ways different from conventional ideas, particularly the ways teachers' practices are boundaried and policed and the consequences for children. They consider childhood subjectivity as more complex than otherwise thought and how thinking about it in a different way can lead to changes in child policy, childrearing, pedagogy, curriculum, and child psychotherapy. They explore topics such as learning that is not exclusively acquisitive or cognitive, developing a decolonizing educational practice for Maori children, the processes that arise from language and culture and tensions with agency and imagination in children, whiteness and racial discourses, Samoan youth offender subjectivity, and the use of writing workshops. Annotation 穢2010 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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