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  1. Week 1: and general reader 9 items
    1. Key concepts in childhood studies - Allison James, Adrian L. James 2012

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

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

      Book Recommended

    3. Constructing childhood: theory, policy and social practice - Allison James, Adrian L. James 2004

      Book Recommended

    4. Theorizing childhood - Allison James, Chris Jenks, Alan Prout 1998

      Book Recommended

    5. An introduction to childhood studies - Mary Jane Kehily, MyiLibrary 2009 (electronic resource)

      Book Essential For this week read Mary Kehily’s introduction to the discipline of Childhood Studies

    6. An introduction to childhood studies - Mary Jane Kehily 2008

      Book Essential For this week read Mary Kehily’s introduction to the discipline of Childhood Studies

    7. Constructing and reconstructing childhood: contemporary issues in the sociological study of childhood - Allison James, Alan Prout 2015

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

  2. Week 2 2 items
    1. Understanding childhood: a cross disciplinary approach - Mary Jane Kehily 2013

      Book Essential Please read the introductions to each of the following chapters: Chapter 2 (a historical approach); Chapter 3 (a developmental approach); Chapter 4 (an anthropological approach); Chapter 5 (a sociological approach). Make sure that you have something to say about each of these approaches to childhood. SEE BELOW FOR DETAILS OF PRINT COPY.

    2. Understanding childhood: a cross-disciplinary approach 2013

      Book Essential Please read the introductions to each of the following chapters: Chapter 2 (a historical approach); Chapter 3 (a developmental approach); Chapter 4 (an anthropological approach); Chapter 5 (a sociological approach). Make sure that you have something to say about each of these approaches to childhood

  3. Week 5 1 item
    Do also refer to this chapter during week 10
    1. Anthropology and child development: a cross-cultural reader 2008

      Book Essential Chapter 12: on attachment theory. DIGITISED extract. Licensed for use by students registered on this course.

  4. Week 6 7 items
    1. Childhood and society - Erik H. Erikson 1995

      Book Recommended

    2. The selected Melanie Klein - Melanie Klein, Juliet Mitchell 1986

      Book Recommended

    3. Developmental psychology - Rachel Gillibrand, Virginia Lam, Victoria O'Donnell 2011

      Book Essential Chapter 2 section on psychoanalytic perspectives. For details of the print copy, see below

    4. Developmental psychology - Rachel Gillibrand, Virginia Lam, Victoria O'Donnell 2011

      Book Essential Chapter 2 section on psychoanalytic perspectives

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

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

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

      Book Essential Selected chapter will be available on SyD before the session

    7. The child, the family, and the outside world - D. W. Winnicott 2003?], ©1987

      Book Recommended

  5. Week 7 4 items
    1. Developmental psychology - Rachel Gillibrand, Virginia Lam, Victoria O'Donnell 2011

      Book Essential Chapter 2 section on learning perspectives. Note: You can substitute this reading with any other overview of behavioural and learning theories of child development – in any developmental psychology textbook. DETAILS OF THE PRINT COPY BELOW

    2. Developmental psychology - Rachel Gillibrand, Virginia Lam, Victoria O'Donnell 2011

      Book Essential

  6. Week 10 4 items
    1. Never in anger: portrait of an Eskimo family - Jean L. Briggs 1970

      Book Recommended

  7. Week 11 4 items
    1. Gender, youth and culture: young masculinities and femininities - Anoop Nayak, Mary Jane Kehily 2007

      Book Essential Chapter 3, pp. 37-50.by Nayak and Kehily.

    2. Understanding youth: perspectives, identities and practices - Open University 2007

      Book Essential See pp. 109 – 145.DIGITISED extract. Licensed for use by students registered on this course.

    3. Unfolding lives: youth, gender and change - Rachel Thomson 2009 (electronic resource)

      Book Essential Chapters 3, 7 and 10. For details of print copies of this title see entry below

    4. Unfolding lives: youth, gender and change - Rachel Thomson 2011

      Book Essential Chapters 3, 7 and 10.

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