Re-aligning children’s agency and re-socialising children in Childhood Studies

In Childhood Studies, in contrast to strands of thinking that have foregrounded a political emphasis on “child-centredness” and a theoretical emphasis on the re-exive agency of children in the context of social structure, there has been a line of thinking that has stressed the distributed, ontologically heterogeneous, and dependent capacities of children.  David Oswell was Head of the Department of Sociology, and is currently Pro-Warden Research & Enterprise at Goldsmiths, University of London.

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