By Sabine Andresen, Isabell Diehm, Uwe Sander, Holger Ziegler
Today, the problem for study on teenagers is the problem of the "good life". Discourses and the creation of data at the "good lifestyles" require a theoretical body. This body could be supplied by way of quite a few views: the feminist ethic of care, the Human and kid's Rights conference, the assumption of welfare, or the potential procedure. the purpose of this e-book is to respond to the query of ways we will outline and degree a "good existence" for kids becoming up within the sleek international. The publication discusses the cogency of universalistic theories and explores the capability contribution of analysis on little ones and the prospective integration of youngsters into the study strategy and debates at the "good life".
The articles amassed during this ebook mirror the cutting-edge in learn and discussions in this subject. Written via researchers from diversified nations and with services in quite a few disciplines, the articles current theoretical and methodological analyses in addition to empirical experiences.
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Children and the Good Life: New Challenges for Research on Children by Sabine Andresen, Isabell Diehm, Uwe Sander, Holger Ziegler