By Olga Kucherenko
Situated on the crossroads of social, cultural, and armed forces historical past, Little squaddies is the 1st to inform the tale of the Soviet Union's baby squaddies in a severe and systematic style. targeting the mechanisms and mental results of propaganda on Soviet childrens, in addition to their strive against deployment, Kucherenko adopts a three-tier method of writing the heritage of early life: 'from above', 'from below', and 'from within'. a large choice of latest assets supply insight
into younger squaddies' strive against motivations and the jobs they performed within the box, in addition to their regimen reviews and dating with older comrades. faraway from being sufferers, Soviet baby squaddies grow to be self sustaining social actors in a position to making offerings approximately their behaviour .
Little infantrymen interconnects with issues of accelerating value: the function of propaganda in army conflicts, the totalization of conflict, child-soldiering, and social reflexivity.
By Enis Bicer,Michael Windzio,Matthias Wingens
Die in diesem Band versammelten Beiträge untersuchen die sozialen Beziehungen von Kindern und Jugendlichen mit Migrationshintergrund. Zumeist werden netzwerkanalytische Methoden verwendet, mit denen unterschiedliche Formen und Grade der Integration operationalisierbar sind. Die Beiträge basieren überwiegend auf Daten des an der Universität Bremen angesiedelten DFG-Projektes „Integration durch Freundschaft? Dynamiken sozialer Assimilation von Kindern aus Migrantenfamilien in multiplexen Peernetzwerken“.
By Karen Wells
Taking an enticing old and comparative technique, the publication explores social concerns similar to how kids are constituted as raced, classed and gendered topics; how children’s involvement in battle is attached to the globalization of capitalism and arranged crime; and the way university and paintings function as websites for the governing of early life. The publication discusses wide-ranging themes together with children’s rights, the relatives, young ones and conflict, baby labour and younger people’s activism worldwide. as well as up to date literature all through, the revised version contains new chapters on migration and trafficking, and the position of play.
The ebook will remain of serious worth to scholars and students within the fields of sociology, geography, social coverage and improvement experiences. it is going to even be a beneficial better half to practitioners of foreign improvement and social paintings, in addition to to a person attracted to early life within the modern world.
By Jennifer Geist Rutledge
By Ellen Boucher
By David Farrugia
This booklet explores the identities, embodied studies, and private relationships of children experiencing homelessness, and analyses those in terms of the cloth and symbolic place that formative years homelessness occupies in smooth societies. Drawing on empirical study carried out in either city and rural components, the e-book situates younger people’s stories of homelessness inside of a theoretical framework that connects embodied identities and relationships with techniques of social swap. The publication theorises a ‘symbolic financial system of juvenile homelessness’ that encompasses the subjective, aesthetic, and relational dimensions of homelessness. This thought indicates the non-public, interpersonal and affective discomfort that's brought on by the family of strength and privilege that produce modern adolescence homelessness. The booklet is exclusive within the method within which it areas adolescence homelessness in the wider contexts of inequality, and social switch. when modern discussions of minor homelessness comprehend the subject as a discrete ‘social problem’, this ebook demonstrates the placement that formative years homelessness occupies inside wider social procedures, inequalities, and theoretical debates, addressing theories of social swap in past due modernity and their courting to the cultural development of teenage. those theoretical debates are made concrete through an exploration of an enormous type of modern inequality: early life homelessness.
By Thomas Marthaler,Pascal Bastian,Ingo Bode,Mark (Eds.) Schrödter,Mark Schrödter
By K. Wells,E. Burman,H. Montgomery,A. Watson
By Eric Jensen
By Maria Kromidas