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Title: Children's images of identity :
Other Titles: drawing the self and the other
Authors: Brown, Jill, editor.;Johnson, Nicola F., 1976-.editor.
subject: Education;Identity (Psychology) in children.;Indigenous peoples Ethnic identity.;FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS / Life Stages / General bisacsh.;PSYCHOLOGY / Developmental / General bisacsh.;PSYCHOLOGY / Developmental / Lifespan Development bisacsh.;PSYCHOLOGY /;155.43;BF723.I56
Year: 2015
place: Rotterdam
Publisher: SensePublishers,
Series/Report no.: Transgressions, cultural studies and education, 2214-9732.
Transgressions (Rotterdam, Netherlands)
Abstract: "The understandings which children have of Indigenous identity provide means by which to explore the ways in which Indigenous identity is both projected and constructed in society. These understandings play a powerful part in the ways in which Indigenous peoples are positioned in the mainstream society with which they are connected. The research presented in this edited collection uses children's drawings to illuminate and explore the images children, both mainstream and Indigenous, have of Indigenous peoples. The data generated by this process allows exploration of the ways in which Indigenous identity is understood globally, through a series of locally focussed studies connected by theme and approach. The data serves to illuminate both the space made available by mainstream groups, and aspects of modernity accommodated within the Indigenous sense of self. Our aim within this project has been to analyse and discuss the ways in which children construct identity, both their own and that of others. Children were asked to share their thoughts through drawings which were then used as the basis for conversation with the researchers. In this way the interaction between mainstream modernity and traditional Indigenous identity is made available for discussion and the connection between children's lived experiences of identity and the wider global discussion is both immediately enacted and located within broader international understandings of Indigenous cultures and their place in the world.".
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URI: http://46.100.53.162/handle/Ebook/38609
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Title: Children's images of identity :
Other Titles: drawing the self and the other
Authors: Brown, Jill, editor.;Johnson, Nicola F., 1976-.editor.
subject: Education;Identity (Psychology) in children.;Indigenous peoples Ethnic identity.;FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS / Life Stages / General bisacsh.;PSYCHOLOGY / Developmental / General bisacsh.;PSYCHOLOGY / Developmental / Lifespan Development bisacsh.;PSYCHOLOGY /;155.43;BF723.I56
Year: 2015
place: Rotterdam
Publisher: SensePublishers,
Series/Report no.: Transgressions, cultural studies and education, 2214-9732.
Transgressions (Rotterdam, Netherlands)
Abstract: "The understandings which children have of Indigenous identity provide means by which to explore the ways in which Indigenous identity is both projected and constructed in society. These understandings play a powerful part in the ways in which Indigenous peoples are positioned in the mainstream society with which they are connected. The research presented in this edited collection uses children's drawings to illuminate and explore the images children, both mainstream and Indigenous, have of Indigenous peoples. The data generated by this process allows exploration of the ways in which Indigenous identity is understood globally, through a series of locally focussed studies connected by theme and approach. The data serves to illuminate both the space made available by mainstream groups, and aspects of modernity accommodated within the Indigenous sense of self. Our aim within this project has been to analyse and discuss the ways in which children construct identity, both their own and that of others. Children were asked to share their thoughts through drawings which were then used as the basis for conversation with the researchers. In this way the interaction between mainstream modernity and traditional Indigenous identity is made available for discussion and the connection between children's lived experiences of identity and the wider global discussion is both immediately enacted and located within broader international understandings of Indigenous cultures and their place in the world.".
Description: Online resource title from PDF title page (SpringerLink, viewed July 1, 2015).
2
URI: http://46.100.53.162/handle/Ebook/38609
ISBN: 9789463001243 electronic bk.
9463001247 electronic bk.
9789463001229.
9789463001236
Appears in Collections:روانشناسی

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Title: Children's images of identity :
Other Titles: drawing the self and the other
Authors: Brown, Jill, editor.;Johnson, Nicola F., 1976-.editor.
subject: Education;Identity (Psychology) in children.;Indigenous peoples Ethnic identity.;FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS / Life Stages / General bisacsh.;PSYCHOLOGY / Developmental / General bisacsh.;PSYCHOLOGY / Developmental / Lifespan Development bisacsh.;PSYCHOLOGY /;155.43;BF723.I56
Year: 2015
place: Rotterdam
Publisher: SensePublishers,
Series/Report no.: Transgressions, cultural studies and education, 2214-9732.
Transgressions (Rotterdam, Netherlands)
Abstract: "The understandings which children have of Indigenous identity provide means by which to explore the ways in which Indigenous identity is both projected and constructed in society. These understandings play a powerful part in the ways in which Indigenous peoples are positioned in the mainstream society with which they are connected. The research presented in this edited collection uses children's drawings to illuminate and explore the images children, both mainstream and Indigenous, have of Indigenous peoples. The data generated by this process allows exploration of the ways in which Indigenous identity is understood globally, through a series of locally focussed studies connected by theme and approach. The data serves to illuminate both the space made available by mainstream groups, and aspects of modernity accommodated within the Indigenous sense of self. Our aim within this project has been to analyse and discuss the ways in which children construct identity, both their own and that of others. Children were asked to share their thoughts through drawings which were then used as the basis for conversation with the researchers. In this way the interaction between mainstream modernity and traditional Indigenous identity is made available for discussion and the connection between children's lived experiences of identity and the wider global discussion is both immediately enacted and located within broader international understandings of Indigenous cultures and their place in the world.".
Description: Online resource title from PDF title page (SpringerLink, viewed July 1, 2015).
2
URI: http://46.100.53.162/handle/Ebook/38609
ISBN: 9789463001243 electronic bk.
9463001247 electronic bk.
9789463001229.
9789463001236
Appears in Collections:روانشناسی

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