Based on in-depth ethnographic research from Europe, Asia, Africa, North America, Australia and New Zealand.
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
Number of pages: 264
Weight: 408 g
Dimensions: 235 x 159 x 13 mm
'Ethnographically rich, this book provides fascinating insight into the subtleties of children's own engagement with the places and space designated for childhood' - Allison James, Director of the Centre for the Social Study of Childhood, University of Hull
'[The book] provides a readable, enjoyable and ethnographically rich consideration of the physical and metaphorical 'places' that children inhabit in a variety of cultural contexts.' - Children's Geographies
'In addition to the strength of each article, I found this volume, which has not recieved the attention it deserves, to be particularly compelling and stimulating.' - Ethnos
"Children's Places is an important contribution to the anthropological study of children and childhood, both of which have been sadly unerrepresented in anthropological research and concomitant literature." -- Marcia Mikulak, University of North Dakota, Journal of Anthropological Research
' The book is a positive addition to comparative study in the field...' - Anthropology in Action
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