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From Children's Services to Children's Spaces
by Peter Moss & Pat Petrie


This book explores how we look at and provide services for children.

More and more we are told that there are more services and provisions made to help at children in society. However the authors look more in-depth at how much is actually being done to enhance our children's lives and how much these services are in fact bringing more control and scrutiny over and of them.

With the use of case studies the authors look at how much more we need to think about understanding what children the he'd rather than by basing policies on services, less political and more ethical.

The all this change the term "children's services" to "children's spaces" suggesting a different approach. Considering an alternative. Practise amp profession of work with children.

They show that if wrong ways of thinking about children can produce different childhood. This leads to thought provoking challenges to all those who work with children in policy work war in practise.

This book explores how we look at and provide services for children.

More and more we are told that there are more services and provisions made to help at children in society. However the authors look more in-depth at how much is actually being done to enhance our children's lives and how much these services are in fact bringing more control and scrutiny over and of them.

With the use of case studies the authors look at how much more we need to think about understanding what children the he'd rather than by basing policies on services, less political and more ethical.

The all this change the term "children's services" to "children's spaces" suggesting a different approach. Considering an alternative. Practise amp profession of work with children.

They show that if wrong ways of thinking about children can produce different childhood. This leads to thought provoking challenges to all those who work with children in policy work or in practise.

Sarah-Jayne Bass (formerly Caroline Hensby) - adders.org


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