The Sociology of Childhood and Youth Studies in Canada explores ways to effectively conduct research in academic and non-academic communities and to engage youth in our society. Featuring material from the Children, Childhood, and Youth Research Cluster's sessions of June 2015, this timely reader discusses the relationships between researchers and youth participants, the effectiveness of arts-based methodologies, and the impact of literature, consumerism, and inclusive education policies on the development of social constructions of childhood. Later sections explore child poverty, alternative learning environments, care facilities, and the rights of children and youth. Considering these topics within various frameworks that draw on race, gender, and disability, this collection will appeal to senior level undergraduate students of sociology, women's and gender studies, child and youth studies, child and youth care, and early childhood education.
Publisher: Canadian Scholars
Number of pages: 350
Dimensions: 248 x 171 x 19 mm
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