Children and Borders

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ISBN-13:
9781137326317
Einband:
eBook
Seiten:
297
Autor:
S. Spyrou
Serie:
Studies in Childhood and Youth
eBook Typ:
PDF
eBook Format:
eBook
Kopierschutz:
Adobe DRM [Hard-DRM]
Sprache:
Englisch
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This collection brings together an interdisciplinary pool of scholars to explore the relationship between children and borders with richly-documented ethnographic studies from around the world. The book provides a penetrating account of how borders affect children's lives and how children play a constitutive role in the social life of borders.
PART I: CHILDREN AND BORDERLANDS 1. Experiencing the State and Negotiating Belonging in Zomia: Pa Koh and Bru-Van Kieu Ethnic Minority Youth in a Lao-Vietnamese Borderland; Tr?n Th? Hà Lan and Roy Huijsmans 2. 'Anyone who welcomes a little child like this on my behalf is welcoming me': A Case Study on Residential Child and Youth Care in the Mexican-American Border Zone; Sylvia Meichsner 3. Growing up in a Portuguese Borderland; Sofia Marques da Silva PART II: CHILDREN, BORDERS AND WAR 4. Arrested in Place: Palestinian Children and Families at the Border; Bree Akesson 5. Destination Europe: Afghan Unaccompanied Minors Crossing Borders; Barla Buil and Melissa Siegel 6. Crossing Borders of Geography and Self: South Sudanese Refugee Youth Gangs in Egypt; Marisa O. Ensor PART III: CHILDREN AND CONTESTED BORDERS 7. What is a Border? Greek Cypriot and Turkish Cypriot Children's Understanding of a Contested Territorial Division; Miranda Christou and Spyros Spyrou 8. Palestinian 'Children of the Junction': Contested Borders and Representations; Omri Grinberg 9. Bordering in Transition: Young People's Experiences in 'Post Conflict' Belfast; Martina McKnight and Madeleine Leonard PART IV: CHILDREN CROSSING BORDERS 10. Criminals in our Land! Border Movement and Apprehension of Children from Bangladesh within the Juvenile Justice System in India; Chandni Basu 11. Crossing Borders and Borderlands: Childhood's Secret Undergrounds; Sonja Arndt and Marek Tesar 12. Unaccompanied Migrant Children and Youth: Navigating Relational Borderlands; Stuart C. Aitken, Kate Swanson and Elizabeth G. Kennedy PART V: CHILDREN, BORDERS AND BELONGING 13. When the Border Becomes a Threshold: Children's Visits to Relatives in Santo Domingo; Livia Jiménez Sedano 14. Borders Separating Families: Children's Perspectives of Labour Migration in Estonia; Dagmar Kutsar, Merike Darmody and Leana Lahesoo 15. 'Everything is a Spectrum': Korean Migrant Youth Identity Work in the Transnational Borderland; Sujin Kim and Lisa Dorner
This collection brings together an interdisciplinary pool of scholars to explore the relationship between children and borders with richly-documented ethnographic studies from around the world. The book provides a penetrating account of how borders affect children's lives and how children play a constitutive role in the social life of borders.

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