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Newly emerging needs of children : an exploration

Author: N J A van Oudenhoven; Rekha Wazir
Publisher: Antwerpen : Garant, 2006.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"This book has been written in the form of an exploratory essay. Its main aim is to create a greater familiarity with the phenomenon of 'newly emerging needs' of children and lay the basis for future research and analysis of this theme."--Jacket.
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: N J A van Oudenhoven; Rekha Wazir
ISBN: 9789044119138 9044119133
OCLC Number: 123286556
Description: 171 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: 1. slow awakening --
2. What, then, are newly emerging needs? --
3. methodological digression --
4. Case studies --
India / Rekha Wazir --
Kenya / Auma Okwany --
Netherlands / Nico van Oudenhoven --
Nicaragua / Rutger van Oudenhoven --
5. New domains, new needs --
Beyond the main causes --
changing concept of childhood --
Implementing the convention on the rights of the child --
uneven rise of 'girl power' --
Bypassing traditional mediators --
Fusion of reality, virtuality and the impossible --
Accessing new terrains --
Exposure to global lifestyles --
6. Children, childhood studies and newly emerging needs --
7. Newly emerging approaches to newly emerging needs of children.
Responsibility: Nico van Oudenhoven & Rekha Wazir.
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"This book has been written in the form of an exploratory essay. Its main aim is to create a greater familiarity with the phenomenon of 'newly emerging needs' of children and lay the basis for future research and analysis of this theme."--Jacket.

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