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Children Matter

Autor: Scottie May
Publisher: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing
ISBN: 9780802822284
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Explores how the church can better minister to children inside and outside of the Christian education classroom. Draws on the Bible, psychology, and the authors' experience in various Protestant traditions.

Why Children Matter

Autor: Douglas Wilson
Publisher: Canon Press & Book Service
ISBN: 1947644424
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In the Garden of Eden, there was only one "No." Everything else was "Yes." In this short book on Christian childrearing, Douglas Wilson points out that we have a Father who delights in us and makes it easy for us to love and obey him. If that is the kind of Father we have, shouldn't we earthly parents do the same? Wilson explains how parents should not just try to get their kids to obey a set of rules or to make their house so fun that following the rules is always easy. Instead, he calls for parents to instill in their kids a love for God and His standards that will serve them well all their days. This book also features an appendix in which Doug and his wife Nancy answer various parents' questions about various applications of the principles discussed in this book.

Why Children Matter

Autor: Johann Christoph Arnold
Publisher: The Plough Publishing House
ISBN: 087486884X
File Size: 26,13 MB
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Raising a child has never been more challenging. If you ever doubt yourself or wonder if it is worth the heartache, read this little book. If you worry that your family will not weather life's storms or if you fear losing your children to the prevailing culture, read it again. Why Children Matter offers biblical wisdom and commonsense advice on how to hold a family together and raise children with character. Johann Christoph Arnold, a father, grandfather and pastor, has written eleven books, including three on parenting and children's education. As the fabric of family and society is torn apart, this book offers up concrete steps to encourage parents faced with difficult child-rearing decisions.

Does Every Child Matter

Autor: Catherine A. Simon
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 113695581X
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Every Child Matters represents the most radical change to education and welfare provision in almost two decades. This book moves beyond a descriptive ‘how to’ framework to examine the underlying political and social aims of this policy agenda. The authors’ analysis reveals that Every Child Matters represents the Government’s attempt to codify perceived risks in society and to formulate their responses. In doing so, children are made the strategic focus of much wider social policy reform, the effects of which are first felt in education. Does Every Child Matter? explores the ramifications of this along three key lines of analysis: the restructuring of the state beyond its welfare functions changes in governance and the creation of new binaries a redefining of the education sector around the needs of the child. This book provides a unique and insightful critique of Every Child Matters and its contribution to understandings of New Labour social policy. It locates the genesis of the policy in terms of its social, political and historical contexts and questions the validity of constructing social policy around issues of child welfare. Students, academics and researchers in education studies and education policy will find this book of great interest.

Child Labor And Human Rights

Autor: Burns H. Weston
Publisher: Lynne Rienner Pub
ISBN: 9781588263247
File Size: 16,25 MB
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The International Labor Organization estimated in 2000 that, of the approximately 246 million children engaged in labor worldwide, 171 million were working in situations harmful to their physical development. Child Labor and Human Rights provides a comprehensive overview of the phenomenon of child labor from a human rights perspective. The authors consider the connections between human rights and abusive child labor, the pros and cons of a rights-based approach to the problem, and specific strategies for effecting change. They make an indispensable contribution to the growing effort to abolish abusive and exploitive child labor practices.Burns H. Weston is Bessie Dutton Murray Distinguished Professor of Law Emeritus and founding director of the Center for Human Rights at the University of Iowa. His numerous books in the field of human rights include Human Rights in the World Community: Issues and Action and The Future of International Human Rights; he is also coeditor of the award-winning International Law and World Order: A Problem-Oriented Coursebook.Contents: Introduction?B.H. Weston. Clarifying the Problem. Rethinking Child Labor: A Multidimensional Human Rights Problem?B.H. Weston and M.B. Teerink. Defining Child Labor as if Human Rights Matter?J. Ennew, W.E. Myers, and D. Plateau. Child Labor and Human Rights: Lessons in History?H. Cunningham and S. Stromquist. The Standards-Based Response of the World Community. Child Labor Standards: From Treaties to Labels?H. Cullen. Translating Standards into Practice: Confronting Transnational Barriers?S.L. Bachman. Translating Standards into Practice: Confronting Local Barriers?M.F.C. Bourdillon. Case Studies. Combating Child Labor in Tanzania: A Beginning?D. Mmari. Combating Child Labor in the Philippines: Listening to Children?V.V. Rialp. Combating Child Labor in Brazil: Social Movements in Action?B. Rodrigues dos Santos. Toward Progressive Change. Abolishing Child Labor: A Multifaceted Human Rights Solution?B.H. Weston and M.B. Teerink. Conceiving Child Labor in Human Rights Terms: Can It Mobilize Progressive Change??D.M. Post. Working Children as Change Makers: Reflections from the South?V. Karunan. Shifting Views on Child Labor: The Practice of IGOs?B. White. NGOs in the Struggle Against Child Labor?L.S. Wiseberg. Earning and Learning: Tensions and Compatability?S.L. Bissell. Trade-Based Strategies to Combat Child Labor?F.J. Garcia and S. Jun. Conclusion: Contributor?s Consensus. Bringing Human Rights to Child Labor: Guiding Principles and a Call To Action.

Schools Where Children Matter

Autor: Doralice Lange DeSouza Rocha
Publisher: Resource Center for Redesigning
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A comparison of three quite different schools that practice holistic approaches to education.

Illuminating How Identities Stereotypes And Inequalities Matter Through Gender Studies

Autor: D. Nicole Farris
Publisher: Springer Science & Business
ISBN: 9401787182
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This collection highlights and extends contemporary women's and gender studies by presenting theoretical analyses and innovative research conceptualizations, applications and methodologies via a diverse variety of popular-in-the-classroom topics, such as changing masculinities; comedic/dramatic portrayals of ethnicity and discrimination; stigma and differences within mainstream media gender stereotypes; intersections of gendered and sexual identities in social media and fundamental institutions. These topics emphasize relevant issues and nuances within popular culture, identities and perceptions and social problems and illustrate the breadth of gender studies and its applications, while the diverse methodologies like historical comparisons; ethnographic, demographic and statistical analyses, demonstrate its epistemology. Each chapter remains solidly founded in gender theory while making significant innovative contributions to the overall field.

Middle Children Matter A Notebook For The Forgotten Middle Child

Autor: Stone Creek Products
Publisher: Independently Published
ISBN: 9781073142132
File Size: 16,87 MB
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This 6x9 blank lined composition notebook with 120 pages is perfect for the middle children in your family. As a middle child, your brother or sister may feel left out or forgotten - so give them a companion - a cute journal to keep them company! This doodle book is a funny gag gift for any sons or daughters who constantly reminds everyone of their plight as a middle child. The fun little diary makes a great Christmas gift or birthday present under $10 dollars.

The Child S Journey Through Care

Autor: Dorota Iwaniec
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 0470011394
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This book focuses on children's journeys through the care system, from voluntary admission into care, through complicated and often long court proceedings, in pursuit of Care or Freeing Orders. Problems that arise from taking cases through the courts are examined, together with tensions that may arise between judicial and social work decision-making. The Child's Journey Through Care discusses in full: the emotional and behavioural problems of looked-after children and elaborates on care-planning and helping strategies; children's rights whilst in State care and their participation in decision-making about their future, including preparation for appearances in court; the importance and ways of building new attachments and relationships with substitute carers, with emphases on resilience and children's strengths; pitfalls and successes when seeking permanency of care and emotional stability. The book also includes considerations of the European Convention of Human Rights (1998) and describes many of the dilemmas arising in meeting the rights of children and parents, without jeopardising the welfare of either. The importance of openness, consideration, and straightforward dealings with parents is given due emphasis, especially where preparations for taking cases to court are involved. The Child's Journey Through Care will be a valuable source of information for field and residential workers, social work supervisors, resource managers, policy makers, and those working in the legal profession.