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Children’s Self-determination in the Context of Early Childhood Education and Services

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    Book Overview
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    Chapter 1 Introduction
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    Chapter 2 Practices/1, Italy: Facilitating Participation in Early Childhood Education
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    Chapter 3 Practices/2, Japan: The Exploration of Four-Year-Olds Potential: Focusing the Democratic Meeting During the Sports Festival Day
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    Chapter 4 Practices/3, Finland: A Collective Method of Early Childhood Self-Determination
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    Chapter 5 Practices/4, United Kingdom: Finding the Voice of Children. Video-Observation to Discover Children’s Claims of Knowledge Through Play
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    Chapter 6 Practices/5, Kazakhstan: Keeping It Real: Making Space for Play in Early Education Policy and Practice
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    Chapter 7 Practices/6, United States of America: Hybrid-Transitions as a Space for Children’s Agency. A Case-Study from a Pre-kindergarten in Boston
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    Chapter 8 Practices/7, Wales: Foregrounding Relationships in Classroom Practices Framing Children’s Learning: Case Studies from Two Primary School Classrooms in Wales
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    Chapter 9 Practices/8, New Zealand: Attentive Encounters: Infant and Toddler Participation in an Early Childhood Community
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    Chapter 10 Discourses/1, Australia: Whose Rights? The Child’s Right to Be Heard in the Context of the Family and the Early Childhood Service: An Australian Early Childhood Perspective
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    Chapter 11 Discourses/2. Ireland: Listening to Children’s Voices in Irish Social Work through Cultural and Organisational Filters
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    Chapter 12 Discourses/3. Kenya: Challenging Negative Perceptions around the ‘African Child’
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    Chapter 13 Discourses/4. Brazil: Accessing the Rights of Children with Disabilities: Attitudes Towards and Challenges for SEND in Brazil
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    Chapter 14 Discourses/5. Mexico: Children’s Rights in Mexico Analysis of a Legal and Policy Framework
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    Chapter 15 Discourses/6. England: The Position of Children’s Rights in the Discourse on Citizenship. The Case of the Early Years Foundation Stage for England
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    Chapter 16 Discourses/7. New Zealand: “I Have a New Taiaha”: Learning New Ways to Advocate for the Rights of Mokopuna Māori
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    Chapter 17 Discourses/8, China: Children’s Participation Rights in Chinese Early Childhood Education: A Critical Investigation of Policy and Research
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    Chapter 18 As a Conclusion, to the Future: A Discussion on Trust, Agency and the Semantics of Rights in Intergenerational Relationships
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Children’s Self-determination in the Context of Early Childhood Education and Services
Published by
Springer International Publishing, June 2019
DOI 10.1007/978-3-030-14556-9
978-3-03-014555-2, 978-3-03-014556-9

Farini, Federico, Scollan, Angela

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Unknown 7 100%

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Readers by professional status Count As %
Student > Ph. D. Student 2 29%
Student > Doctoral Student 2 29%
Lecturer 1 14%
Researcher 1 14%
Unknown 1 14%
Readers by discipline Count As %
Social Sciences 4 57%
Psychology 1 14%
Unknown 2 29%