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Can the Child Speak? Childhood in the Age of Nation-States, Children’s Rights, and the Role of Children’s Literature
|Title:||Can the Child Speak? Childhood in the Age of Nation-States, Children’s Rights, and the Role of Children’s Literature|
|Publisher:||The College of St. Scholastica|
|Abstract:||Positing that the institutions of childhood, and children’s books in particular, contain the child as both a controlled subject and a disruptive presence, this article notes the potential of children’s literature for fostering a dialogical engagement between child and adult voices within as well as outside the texts.|
|Appears in Collections:||Nolte-Odhiambo, Carmen|
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