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Children in and out of place ~ Alison Clark ~ Lesley Gallacher; Home and family ~ Alison Clark ~ Mary Jane Kehily; Public spaces ~ Peter Kraftl; Making schools: spaces, objects and relationships ~ Alison Clark; Children and work ~ Lindsay O'Dell ~ Sarah Crafter ~ Heather Montgomery; Using visual data in research on childhood ~ Martyn Hammersley.
Alison Clark is a Senior Lecturer in Childhood Studies at The Open University, UK. Her research interests include children's experiences of place, school design and the development of participatory research methods with young children.
"An excellent set of books. Perfect for any first and second year undergraduate student wishing to find an nteractive, contemporary and theoretically stimulating text." Marie Lavelle, Plymouth University. "Childhoods in context represents a valuable source of knowledge about childhood and children's lives. It draws attention to children's identities as relational and connected to places. It is highly inspiring and will be of great interest to a wide audience. " Anne Trine Kjorholt, Norwegian Centre for Child Research "This book provides a comprehensive account of the spatial materialities of childhood. Drawing together disparate strands of the debates around children's spaces and places, it provides key interdisciplinary insights that underscore the global importance of understanding the spatial contexts of children's lives. Well-written and accessible, this book will make a significant and timely contribution to the childhood studies field." Professor Allison James, University of Sheffield "Useful reading widening the scope of understanding around the action of childhood." Julian Kranz, University of Sunderland.