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Research Case studies

Childhood Social Memory Space and Time

This research draws on adult memories to examine childhood and social change in the latter half of the twentieth century.

It considers arenas not usually associated with every day experience, including industrial unrest, religion, policing, war, technological change and migration.

Key Outputs include:

  • Moss, D. ( 2011). Children and Social Change: Memories of Diverse Childhoods. London, Continuum. ISBN 9780826435316.
  • Moss, D. (2011). The Form of Children’s Political Engagement in Everyday Life. Children and Society: The International Journal of Childhood and Children’s Services. SSCI. Early View.
  • Moss, D. (2010). Memory, Space and Time: Researching Children’s Lives. Childhood: A Journal of Global Child Research, 17(4), 530–544. SSCI.
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