The Agency of Children: From Family to Global Human Rights

The idea of children’s agency is central to the growing field of childhood studies. In this interview David Oswell argues for new understandings of children’s agency. He traces the transformation of children and childhood across the nineteenth, twentieth and early twenty-first centuries and explores the dramatic changes in recent years to children’s everyday lives as a consequence of new networked, mobile technologies and new forms of globalisation.

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