Child and Youth Care: Critical Perspectives on Pedagogy, Practice, and Policy

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Alan Pence, Jennifer White
UBC Press, Jul 1, 2011 - Family & Relationships - 260 pages
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Critical and postmodern perspectives have been largely underexplored in the field of child and youth care. This book addresses the gap, showcasing cutting-edge approaches to policy, pedagogy, and practice from diverse perspectives and professional settings.

The authors of Child and Youth Care challenge deep-seated assumptions about child and youth care by reinterpreting core concepts such as ethics and outcomes and raising questions about underlying goals and premises. Can the ends of practice be separated from the means? For whose benefit are interventions designed? By recognizing a range of social and political influences on children and youth, this volume bears witness to exciting developments in child and youth care.

 

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Contents

Part 2
53
Part 3
119
Part 4
177
Afterword
219
Contributors
221
Index
226
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Alan Pence is UNESCO Chair for Early Childhood Education, Care and Development and a professor in the School of Child and Youth Care at the University of Victoria.

Jennifer White is an associate professor in the School of Child and Youth Care at the University of Victoria.

Contributors: Brooke Alsbury, Mackenzie Dean, Sandrina de Finney, B. Denise Hodgins, Mark L. Kelly, Kathleen Kummen, J.N. Little, Alan Pence, Elicia Loiselle, Jonathan Morris, Janet Newbury, Veronica Pacini-Ketchabaw, Lorinda Stoneman, and Jennifer White.

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