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Sen, Hia, author.
Time-out in the land of Apu
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
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|Description:||1 online resource|
|Contents:||Foreword; Acknowledgements; Table of Contents; 1. Introduction; 2. Growing Up Different: Childhoods and Social Inequalities; 2.1 Contextualizing Childhoods; 2.1.1 The 'New' Sociology of Childhood and the Adult Gaze; 2.1.2 Children, Agency and the Question of Culture; 2.1.3 Childhood and Class; 2.2 The Cultural Approach to Class and the Adult Gaze; 2.3 Childhood and Moratorium; 2.3.1 Childhood as Bildungsmoratorium; 2.3.2 The Bildungsmoratorium in the Context of Bengal; 3. Sentiment, Middle Classes and a Culture of Childhood in Bengal; 3.1 A Question of Sentiment. 3.2 The Making of a Middle Class Culture3.2.1 The Bhadralok in Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Bengal; 3.2.2 The Middle Class and the New Economic Policy: Before Economic Liberalization and After; 3.3 Adults, Children, and the Bengali Middle Classes; 3.4 A Middle Class Culture of Childhood?; 4. Talking to Children, and Talking about Childhoods; 4.1 The Concept of Cultural Capital; 4.2 Stepping In; 4.2.1 On Taking Children Seriously and Being Taken Seriously: Interviews with 10-12 Year Olds; 4.2.2 Talking About Childhoods; 4.2.3 Subjective Location of the Researcher. 5. 'Being Good at Studies': The Bhadralok Culture and the Ethos of Education in Bengal5.1 The Bhadralok and Education in Colonial Bengal: Historical background; 5.1.1 Education, Class and the Self-Image of the Bhadralok; 5.2 Studying Hard Against All Odds: The Ethos of Education in ThreeGenerations; 5.2.1 'My Father Was a First Boy': Family Stories of Merit and Hardship; 5.2.2 Reading in 'Secret': Schoolwork and 'Outside' Books; 5.3 Linking History with Practice; 6. Afternoons after School: 'Leisure' Culture and Space. 6.1 'Aunties', 'Going Out' and 'Coaching': Children and Private Tuition6.1.1 Who Plays What: The Children Talk About Sports; 6.1.2 Going Out', 'Going Downstairs' and Corridor-Badminton: Accounts of Play and Space; 6.1.3 Remembered Afternoons: Accounts of the Older Generations; 6.1.4 Accounts of Play in the Older Generations; 6.2 Class, Space and Culture in the Accounts of Leisure Activities of Children; 7. Doraemon to Dance Lessons: Children, Leisure and Cultural Heritage; 7.1 Children and Leisure Classes; 7.2 The Bookshelf: Children and Children's Literature in Three Generations. 7.3 Children and Television7.4 From Clotted Cream to Doraemon: Childhood, Moratorium and 'Other' Cultures in Bengal; 8. Together and Apart: Class, Gender and Generation in Children's Culture; 8.1 Girlhoods and Boyhoods; 8.2 Gender, Generation and Changing Insignia in Childhood Moratorium; 8.2.1 The Journey of the Bengali 'Frock'; 8.2.2 From the Novelty of Pot Stirring to Other Errands: Children, Gender and Household Chores in the Older Generations; 8.2.3 Boys and Household Chores in the Contemporary Generation.|
|Responsibility:||by Hia Sen.|