By Mary Jane Kehily
This introductory textbook brings jointly key issues within the quarter of youth reviews to supply an creation to scholars and practitioners operating during this box. Written via specialists from throughout more than a few disciplines, every one bankruptcy bargains a broad-based and available perception into adolescence and analyzes new methods of getting to know and theorizing approximately kids and formative years. For undergraduate and postgraduate scholars of adolescence experiences, schooling, and social sciences.
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Jordanova 1986: 106–7) Ideas about childhood were also changing markedly at this time, with women and children being seen more and more as closer to nature, in a scheme in which ‘nature’ was increasingly seen as a positive and somewhat THE HISTORICAL CONSTRUCTION 37 mysterious force. Paintings at this time increasingly represented children with pets. Girls were often portrayed in less constrained clothes than in the past, often painted with gardens or similar natural setting as backgrounds; indeed, by the nineteenth century the garden itself had become a metaphor for childhood.
Indeed, the development of individual portraits of children and the growth of family portraiture testify to the efflorescence of new bourgeois domestic ideology from the eighteenth century onwards. Moreover, representations of children (and by implication, childhood) increasingly equated them with nature. But what exactly is nature? It is often used to describe groups or phenomena seen as other than, separate from or in opposition to, ‘culture’. Gardens, parks, fields of corn we so readily proclaim as ‘natural’ are in fact constructed by humans, both physically and semantically.
Robert [Venables] is four foot six, Jon [Thompson] is four foot eight . . If children of four know the difference between right and wrong, let them be jurors. Let tenyear-olds for sure. Wouldn’t it be more appropriate for T[hompson] & V[enables] to be tried by ten-year-olds, rather than adults, since this would mean, as juries are supposed to mean, judgement by one’s peers? I try this question out, saying it out aloud . . but the answer comes back: of course not. Ten-year-olds as jurors? I wouldn’t trust their maturity, their judgement, intelligence, the qualities said to be present in T & V when they killed James .
Childhood Studies by Mary Jane Kehily