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  1. LECTURE 1 : Introduction : a modular overview and outline - connecting theory and practice 5 items
    1. Required Reading 5 items
      1. An introduction to childhood studies - Kehily, Mary Jane 2008

        Book Essential Please read Chapter 1 (Understanding childhood) - pp. 1-16. DIGITISED extract. Licensed for use by students registered on this course.

      2. Key concepts in childhood studies - Allison James, Adrian L. James 2012

        Book Essential Read the section on 'Best interests' p.6. See below for print version

      3. Key concepts in childhood studies - Allison James, Adrian L. James 2012

        Book Essential Read the section on 'Best interests' p.6

      4. Childhood - Michael Wyness 2015

        Book Essential Please read chapter 2. See below for print version

      5. Childhood - Michael G. Wyness 2014

        Book Essential Please read chapter 2

  2. LECTURE 2 : CYP Rights to Confidentiality: Frameworks and Debates. 4 items
    1. Therapy with children and young people: integrative counselling in schools and other settings - Colleen McLaughlin, Carol Holliday 2014

      Book Essential Please reader chapter 11. See below for print version

    2. Therapy with children and young people: integrative counselling in schools and other settings - Colleen McLaughlin, Carol Holliday 2014

      Book Essential Please reader chapter 11.

    3. Therapy with children: children's rights, confidentiality, and the law - Debbie Daniels, Peter Jenkins 2010 (electronic resource)

      Book Essential Please read chapter 4 in preparation for our seminar and discussion. However chapter 1 of this book gives an excellent overview of some of the general debates around CYP rights which I highly recommend. See below for print version

    4. Therapy with children: children's rights, confidentiality, and the law - Debbie Daniels, Peter Jenkins 2010

      Book Essential Please read chapter 4 in preparation for our seminar and discussion. However chapter 1 of this book gives an excellent overview of some of the general debates around CYP rights which I highly recommend.

  3. LECTURE 3: The Role of the State in Feeding Hungry Children 0 items
    See links to resources on CD2 study direct site.
  4. LECTURE 4: From theory to practice: Identity and citizenship in UK childhoods 2 items
    1. Required Reading 2 items
      1. Contested Engagements: Youth and the Politics of Citizenship - Lynn A. Staeheli, Kafui Attoh, Don Mitchell 04/2013

        Article Essential See also resources on CD2 study direct site.

      2. Education for Citizenship: The Crick Report - Nick Pearce, Sarah Spencer 04/1999

        Article Recommended

  5. LECTURE 5: Who am I? Who are you? Identity, class and gender 6 items
    1. New femininities: Postfeminism, neoliberalism and subjectivity - Rosalind Gill, Christina Scharff 2011 (electronic resource)

      Book Essential Please read before seminar. See below for print version

    2. Additional Reading 3 items
      1. New femininities: Postfeminism, neoliberalism and subjectivity - Rosalind Gill, Christina Scharff 2011 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended Tincknell, E. (2013). Scourging the Abject Body: Ten Years Younger and Fragmented Femininity under Neoliberalism. In R. GIll & C. Scharff (Eds.), New Femininities. Postfeminism, Neoliberalism and Subjectivity (pp. 83-95). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. See below for print version

      2. New femininities: postfeminism, neoliberalism, and subjectivity 2013

        Book Recommended Tincknell, E. (2013). Scourging the Abject Body: Ten Years Younger and Fragmented Femininity under Neoliberalism. In R. GIll & C. Scharff (Eds.), New Femininities. Postfeminism, Neoliberalism and Subjectivity (pp. 83-95). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan

      3. Successful subjectivities? The successification of class, ethnic and gender positions - Simon Bradford, Valerie Hey 11/2007

        Article Recommended Journal of Education Policy, 22(6), 595 - 614.

  6. LECTURE 6: From Theory to Practice : identity and citizenship in international perspectives 4 items
    1. Required Reading 2 items
      1. Education for Citizenship: mainstreaming the fight against racism? - Audrey Osler, Hugh Starkey 06/2002

        Article Essential Please read this in order to participate as fully as possible in the session

    2. Additional Reading 2 items
      1. OUTLINE OF A THEORY OF CITIZENSHIP - Bryan S. Turner 1990

        Article Recommended Sociology, 24(2): 189-217.

      2. Educational Researcher - James A. Banks

        Journal Recommended

  7. LECTURE 7 :Researching the Well Being of Children and Young People: issues, challenges and perspectives. 5 items
    Tracey Fuller
    1. Understanding research with children and young people - Open University 2014

      Book Essential Please read chapter one (and beyond). DIGITISED extract. Licensed for use by students registered on this course.

    2. Understanding childhood: a cross-disciplinary approach 2013

      Book Essential Please read chapter 6-How is the knowledge of childhood produced. DIGITISED extract. Licensed for use by students registered on this course.

    3. What is wrong with children's well-being in the UK? Questions of meaning and measurement1 - Virginia Morrow, Berry Mayall 09/2009

      Article Essential Please read before seminar.

    4. A good childhood: searching for values in a competitive age - Richard Layard, Judy Dunn, Good Childhood Inquiry 2009

      Book Recommended Please read chapter 1 and beyond. DIGITISED extract. Licensed for use by students registered on this course.

  8. LECTURE 8: Vulnerability, protection and problematisation 5 items
    1. Required Reading 2 items
      1. Understanding and working with adolescent neglect: perspectives from research, young people and professionals - Leslie Hicks, Mike Stein 05/2015

        Article Essential Child & Family Social Work, 20: 223–233

      2. The politics of concepts: family and its (putative) replacements - Rosalind Edwards, Jane Ribbens McCarthy, Val Gillies 12/2012

        Article Essential British Journal of Sociology, 63, (4), 730-746.

    2. Additional Reading 3 items
      1. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry

        Journal Recommended Rutter, M. (2011) Research Review: Child psychiatric diagnosis and classification: concepts, findings, challenges and potential. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 52, 6, 647–660

      2. Childhood: A suitable case for treatment? - I. Singh, S. Wessely 2015

        Article Recommended Singh, I. and Wessely, S. (2015) Childhood: A suitable case for treatment? The Lancet, Volume 2 , Issue 7 , 661 – 666. Digital copy requested

  9. LECTURE 9 : The use and misuse of ‘theory’ in teaching and learning 5 items
    1. Required Reading 3 items
      1. Why Right-Brain Teaching is Half-Witted: A Critique of the Misapplication of Neuroscience to Education - Annukka K. Lindell, Evan Kidd 09/2011

        Article Essential Mind, Brain, and Education, 5 (3), pp. 121-127.

      2. The Myth of Learning Styles - Cedar Riener, Daniel Willingham 30/08/2010

        Article Essential Change: The Magazine of Higher Learning, 42 (5), pp. 32-35.

      3. Learning styles: where’s the evidence? - Doug Rohrer, Harold Pashler 07/2012

        Article Essential Medical Education, 46 (7), pp. 634-635.

    2. Additional Reading 2 items
      1. Nexis®: Power Search: New Scientist

        Webpage Recommended Search for "Time to banish the neuromyths in education?" in New Scientist, by Nora Schultz, 19 September 2009, pp. 8-9

      2. Neuroscience and education: myths and messages - Paul A. Howard-Jones 15/10/2014

        Article Recommended Nature Reviews Neuroscience, 15 (12), pp. 817-824.

  10. LECTURE 10: ‘In the Real World’: Addressing the rights of young people in child protection social work 2 items
    1. Required Reading 2 items
      1. Child maltreatment in the family: a European perspective - C. May-Chahal, T. Bertotti, P. Di Blasio, M.A. Cerezo 03/2006

        Article Essential Please read p3-20 Also please see resources on CD2 study direct site.

  11. LECTURE 11: Understanding difference: Disability 3 items
    1. Required Reading 3 items
      1. A social relational model of disability: a theoretical framework for special needs education? - Solveig Magnus Reindal 05/2008

        Article Essential Please read. See additional resources on CD2 site.

      2. Routledge handbook of disability studies - Nick Watson, Alan Roulstone, Carol Thomas 2012 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended Please read Stalker, K, 'Theorising the position of people with learning difficulties within disability studies: progress and pitfalls.' See below for print version

      3. Routledge handbook of disability studies 2014

        Book Recommended Please read Stalker, K, 'Theorising the position of people with learning difficulties within disability studies: progress and pitfalls.'

  12. LECTURE 12: Conclusion and Modular Review 0 items
    Please use this time to read in preparation for writing your concept note assessment.
    1. Required Reading 0 items
  13. Overarching Course Reading 19 items
    This is reading that will inform your second year
    1. Key concepts in childhood studies - Allison James, Adrian L. James 2012

      Book Recommended Reading chapter 1 and beyond! See below for print version

    2. Key concepts in childhood studies - Allison James, Adrian L. James 2012

      Book Recommended Reading chapter 1 and beyond!

    3. Childhood and the philosophy of education: an anti-Aristotelian perspective - Andrew Stables 2011

      Book Recommended For print copy details see item below.

    4. Ethical issues in youth work - Sarah Banks, ebrary, Inc 2010

      Book Recommended For print copy details see item below.

    5. Ethical issues in youth work - Sarah Banks 2010

      Book Recommended

    6. Human growth and development - Cameron, Noël, Bogin, Barry 2012 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended For details of print copies of this title see entry below

    7. Human growth and development - Noël Cameron, Barry Bogin 2012

      Book Recommended

    8. Social pedagogy and working with children and young people: where care and education meet - Claire Cameron, Peter Moss c2011 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended For print copy details see item below

    9. The invention of childhood - Cunningham, Hugh 2006

      Book Recommended

    10. Family trends: British families since the 1950s - Hunt, Stephen A., National Family & Parenting Institute (Great Britain) 2009

      Book Recommended 'Major Demographic Trends' pp. 1-39 is the chapter that you need to read please. DIGITISED extract. Licensed for use by students registered on this course.

    11. Theory and practice in child psychoanalysis: an introduction to the work of Françoise Dolto - Guy Hall, Franc̦oise Hivernel, Siân Morgan, ebrary, Inc 2009

      Book Recommended See below for print version

    12. Theory and practice in child psychoanalysis: an introduction to the work of Françoise Dolto - Guy Hall, Françoise Hivernel, Siân Morgan 2009

      Book Recommended

    13. Beyond Quality in Early Childhood Education and Care- Languages of Evaluation - Peter Moss, Gunilla Dahlberg 2008

      Article Recommended Available via Teachers' Work Journal http://www.teacherswork.ac.nz/twjournal.php

    14. Family and kinship in East London - Young, Michael Dunlop, Willmott, Peter 2011 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended For details of print copies of this title see entry below

    15. Family and kinship in East London - Michael Dunlop Young, Peter Willmott 2007

      Book Recommended

  14. British Journal of Sociology of Education

    Journal Recommended Check Library Search for access to earlier issues

  15. Sociological Theory

    Journal Recommended Check Library Search for access to earlier issues

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