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Childhoods in peace and conflict, edited by J. Marshall Beier and Jana Tabak

Table of contents
Chapter 1. Introduction: Other Childhoods: Finding Children in Peace and Conflict -- Chapter 2. Children as Soldiers or Civilians: Norms and Politics in the United Nations Monitoring and Reporting Mechanism on Children Affected by Armed Conflict -- Chapter 3. Voices of Ex-Child Soldiers from the War in Bosnia and Herzegovina: Between Public and Private Narratives -- Chapter 4. I have the Right: Examining the Role of Children in the #DimeLaVerdad Campaign -- Chapter 5. Children, Internationalism, and Armistice Commemoration in Britain, 1919-1939 -- Chapter 6. Childhood, Education, and Everyday Militarism in China Before and After 1949 -- Chapter 7. Primary Education and The French Army during the Algerian War of Independence -- Chapter 8. Militarizing Citizenship in Ukraine: "Strategy for the National-Patriotic Education of Children and Youth" in Social Context -- Chapter 9. More than a Victim: Childhood Resilience in Malik Sajads Munnu -- Chapter 10. Children and Childhood on the Borderland of Desired Peace and Undesired War: A Case of Ukraine -- Chapter 11. Production of Safe Spaces for Adivasi Children and the Armed Conflict of Bastar, India -- Chapter 12. Raising the Empires Children? Everyday Insecurities and Parenting the Privileged in the United States
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non fiction
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1 online resource (257 pages)
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