Familie - ein Symbol der Kultur: Perspektiven by Susanne Weinert Portmann,J\xf6rg Nowak,Christoph

By Susanne Weinert Portmann,J\xf6rg Nowak,Christoph Scherrer,Sabine Ru\xdf

Das Verhältnis von Kulturtheorie und Sozialpädagogik wird in dieser Untersuchung anhand der Philosophie der symbolischen Formen theoretisch neu fundiert. Im Mittelpunkt steht die Frage, used to be es für die sozialpädagogische Arbeit mit Familien bedeutet, wenn sie Familie als image der Kultur versteht. Die Antwort auf diese Frage entfaltet Verstehens- und Handlungsperspektiven für die Praxis und reflektiert sie in Fallbeispielen.

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Jeunes et Médias - Les Cahiers francophones de l'éducation by Revue Dirigée Par Le Centre D'études Sur Les Jeunes Et Les

By Revue Dirigée Par Le Centre D'études Sur Les Jeunes Et Les Médias

Quel effect les séries télévisées ont-elles sur los angeles jeunesse ? Que peut-on y apprendre ? Quelles tendances dégager des fictions post-11 septembre 2001 ? remark appréhender le succès des premières séries, celles des bandes dessinées ? Quelle éducation aux médias est-elle mise en œuvre en Afrique et au Liban ? Quels travaux mettre en pratique avec ses élèves ? De l. a. série télévisée à los angeles salle de classe, en passant par los angeles bande dessinée et les œuvres des enthusiasts, ce moment numéro des Cahiers francophones de l'éducation aux médias poursuit son exploration des pratiques médiatiques des teenagers et tout jeunes adultes. Ou remark lever le voile sur une nouvelle approche de l. a. pédagogie et maîtriser un monde versioné par l'appareil médiatique.

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Leadership in Early Years 2nd Edition: Linking Theory and by Jennie Lindon,Pat Beckley,Lance Lindon

By Jennie Lindon,Pat Beckley,Lance Lindon

Ensure your scholars hyperlink idea with perform with this up to date model of the authoritative and obtainable sequence from Jennie Lindon

Linking idea and Practice has helped millions of scholars make the perfect connections among their lectures and the true settings that they cross directly to paintings in. This most up-to-date variation of Leadership in Early Years presents an invaluable assessment of the topic in uncomplicated language that enables newcomers to entry the extra complex strategies. Jennie Lindon's trademark technique offers a depended on and authoritative voice for a variety of classes, together with undergraduate and beginning levels in Early Years and Early adolescence, PGCEs and mattress programmes.

· offers distinct references for extra analyzing with descriptions of 'key texts' for every chapter
· 'Pause for mirrored image' characteristic offers various possibilities to contemplate the influence in their personal role.
- Examines how the newest pondering and examine should still tell the function of an early years leader

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The Protestant Orphan Society and Its Social Significance in by Cooper June

By Cooper June

Spanning greater than a century, this research offers a entire account of the floor breaking paintings and social effect of 1 of the main major but below documented nineteenth-century Irish Protestant charities and contours in-depth case heritage research which provides many the most important insights into the lives of the widows and youngsters it aimed to help. It makes important contributions to social background really the starting to be box of kid's reviews, baby welfare, foster care, the kin, social welfare, in addition to the research of Irish Protestantism.

This e-book examines the charity's origins, its boarding-out and apprenticeship schemes, its innovative regulations, the position that ladies assumed in its administration, the improvement of neighborhood Protestant Orphan Societies around the nation, and competition to its paintings. It argues that the pioneering procedure, which promoted kid's future health, schooling, and eventual independence, represented a personal open air negative reduction degree that predated state-sponsored boarding out via greater than thirty years and have become the root for ideas of 'modern boarding out'. It uncovers the celebrated figures who lent their aid reminiscent of the 1st President of eire, Douglas Hyde, and Dr Ella Webb and charts its slow decline within the south from the early 20th century onwards. It additionally focuses substantial recognition at the reviews of the kids when boarded out and apprenticed and the conditions which led widows to turn into depending on the charity, together with the sister of Irish playwright, Sean O'Casey, picking out the demanding situations they confronted as they endeavored to supply for his or her households alone.

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Varieties of Personal Theology: Charting the Beliefs and by David T. Gortner

By David T. Gortner

forms of own Theology begins from the idea that every one people are people theologians, energetic not just in developing selves but in addition in developing worlds and guiding philosophies of life.Through attention-grabbing indepth interviews and surveys, David Gortner appears to be like in particular at 'emerging adults' (aged 18-25) as younger theologians who, despite spiritual history, combat with basic questions of position, goal, final reason, and supreme goals in existence. This booklet charts the sophisticated and critical affects of social classification, family members, college, paintings, peer relationships, faith, and intrinsic attitudes and inclinations on teenagers' own theologies, and strains the methods their own theologies connect to offerings they make of their day-by-day lives - in schooling, jobs, relaxation, and relationships. deliberately crossing obstacles among spiritual and social technology fields, Gortner combines views from either to illustrate how theological variety persists in the United States regardless of a few transparent culturally dominant traits. This ebook unearths how American teenagers are lively theologians forging different methods of seeing and being on the planet - formed by way of their reviews and in flip carrying on with to form their offerings in life.

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Participatory Learning in the Early Years: Research and by Donna Berthelsen,Jo Brownlee,Eva Johansson

By Donna Berthelsen,Jo Brownlee,Eva Johansson

The early years are a massive interval for studying, however the questions surrounding participatory studying among tots stay under-examined. This publication offers the most recent theoretical and study views approximately how ECEC (Early adolescence schooling and Care) contexts advertise democracy and citizenship via participatory studying methods. The members offer perception into nationwide rules, provisions, and practices and improve our understandings of conception and examine on children’ studies for democratic participation throughout a few nations, together with the united kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, the us, Canada, Sweden, and Norway.

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Children of the Streets of Richmond, 1865–1920 by Harry M. Ward

By Harry M. Ward

Richmond within the past due nineteenth century was once no longer the genteel peaceable neighborhood historians have made it. Virginia’s capital was once cosmopolitan, boisterous and crime-ridden. From 1905 to 1915 there has been an reliable crimson gentle district. The police had their palms complete with drunks and riffraff, and a number of highway urchins and waifs—most of whom have been very poor—found themselves at the fallacious facet of the law.
The juvenile delinquents of Richmond—some slightly out of infancy—were held responsible within the Police courtroom. A juvenile courtroom procedure used to be no longer confirmed till 1916. Presiding over the Police courtroom for 32 years was once Justice John Jeter Crutchfield who, even though unlearned within the legislations, functioned like a biblical Solomon yet with nice showmanship. The Police court docket attracted many travelers and a few of Virginia’s literary figures lower their the teeth writing newspaper insurance of the court cases, vying with one another for the main hilarious slant. What emerges from the general public list is an a laugh and touching photograph of what existence was once fairly like within the post–Reconstruction city South.

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Contesting Childhood: Autobiography, Trauma, and Memory by Kate Douglas

By Kate Douglas

The past due Nineteen Nineties and early 2000s witnessed a surge within the booklet and recognition of autobiographical writings approximately youth. Linking literary and cultural stories, Contesting early life attracts on a diversified number of works from a various variety of authorsùfrom first-time to skilled writers. Kate Douglas explores Australian money owed of the Stolen new release, modern American and British narratives of abuse, the bestselling memoirs of Andrea Ashworth, Augusten Burroughs, Robert Drewe, Mary Karr, Frank McCourt, Dave Pelzer, and Lorna Sage, between many others.

Drawing on trauma and reminiscence stories and theories of authorship and readership, Contesting Childhood deals observation at the triumphs, trials, and tribulations that experience formed this style. Douglas examines the content material of the narratives and the bounds in their representations, in addition to a few of the ways that autobiographies of teenybopper became politically very important and influential. This examine allows readers to find how tales configure early life inside of cultural reminiscence and the general public sphere.

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Cold War American Literature and the Rise of Youth Culture: by Denis Jonnes

By Denis Jonnes

Demands put on many younger american citizens as a result of chilly warfare provide upward push to an more and more age-segregated society. This separation allowed young people and teens to start to formulate an id designated from earlier generations, and used to be a significant component of their frequent rejection of up to date American society.

This examine lines the emergence of a particular post-war kin dynamic among father or mother and adolescent or already grownup baby. In-depth readings of person writers akin to, Arthur Miller, William Styron, J. D. Salinger, Tennessee Williams, Vladimir Nabokov, Jack Kerouac, Flannery O’Connor and Sylvia Plath, situate their paintings with regards to the chilly struggle and recommend how the figuring of youngsters and kids mirrored and contributed to an empowerment of yankee formative years. This booklet is a wonderful study instrument for any pupil or educational with an curiosity in early life tradition, cultural experiences, American reviews, chilly conflict reviews, twentieth-century American literature, background of the relations, and age reports.

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