Children's rights and power
charging up for a new century
|Subject||Children -- Legal status, laws, etc.
Children -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- cct
Children -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- fast -- (OCoLC)fst00855046
Children -- Social conditions.
Children -- Social conditions. -- cct
Children -- Social conditions. -- fast -- (OCoLC)fst00855145
Children's rights. -- cct
Children's rights. -- fast -- (OCoLC)fst00856519
Electronic books. -- cct
Electronic books. -- local
Power (Social sciences)
Power (Social sciences) -- cct
Power (Social sciences) -- fast -- (OCoLC)fst01074219
SOCIAL SCIENCE -- Children's Studies. -- bisacsh
Why have children been excluded from discussions of the changing nature of power, and why are they invisible in national and international statistics? Taking a global perspective, Mary John considers how children learn about power, being powerful and the transformation of power relationships. Arguing that children are rarely included in debates on social accountability, freedom and autonomy and are excluded from statistics, she compares the situation of children to that of other powerless minority groups, 'silenced' because of their lack of economic force. While many books on children's rights.