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Category: Guest post

“What will the child say when he has grown up? For his good we do this; will he live to thank us?”[1]: Nineteenth- and Twentieth-century Concerns about Adult Only Children

Guest Post, by Alice Violett, PhD Candidate, University of Essex

Maudsley

Henry Maudsley, 1835-1918

Most people are aware of persistent stereotypes of only children: that they are spoilt, selfish, precocious, and … Read the rest

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Workshop Report: Children’s Benefit or Burden, by Helen Roche

On 3rd September 2015, we held a workshop about the use of children to represent the future at King’s College London. Here, Helen Roche gives a full report on the Read the rest

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Children’s Benefit or Burden? Reflections of Laura Tisdall, University of Oxford

On 3rd September 2015, we held a workshop about the use of children to represent the future at King’s College London. Here, Laura Tisdall gives her thoughts on the day Read the rest

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Children’s Benefit or Burden? Reflections from Alice Violett, University of Essex

On 3rd September 2015, we held a workshop about the use of children to represent the future at King’s College London. Here, Alice Violett gives her thoughts on the day Read the rest

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