Dr Martin Bittner reflects on his own research and experiences of working across cultures, exploring a theory and methodology of translationRead More
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One of the things we’ve been interested in the connectors are negotiations: practices, strategies and techniques employed by children to negotiate their wants, their time, play, food, obligations etc. The following instance is a vivid example of strategic thinking around avoiding being punished – and yet getting credit for one’s artwork! — Who drew …Read More
On April 26 this year I had the opportunity to participate and contribute to a workshop on improving responses to child sexual exploitation (CSE) that was organised by the University of Bedfordshire’s International Centre Researching Child Sexual Exploitation, Violence and Trafficking. I don’t know anything about CSE, although a couple of the publicised cases in …Read More
I started writing this post en route back from Manchester and the British Sociological Association 2017 Annual Conference where the Connectors Study research team attended to present our work. We are in the process of re-writing an article on childhood publics and political talk in childhood for a Special Issue we are co-editing in Contemporary …Read More