TY - BOOK ID - 26616 TI - Barn og unge AU - Evenstad, Randi AU - Knut Greve, Anne AU - Seim, Sissel AU - Bekken, Wenche AU - Ekne Ruud, Marit AU - Kristensen, Olav AU - Andersen, Bengt AU - Opsahl, Kari AU - Sæter, Oddrun AU - Andreassen Becher, Aslaug AU - Rossholt, Nina PY - 2018 SN - 9788202569471 DB - DOAB KW - steder KW - institusjoner KW - unge KW - children KW - oppvekst KW - adolescents KW - urban spaces KW - sociomateriality KW - norway KW - institustions KW - barn KW - byrom KW - sosiomaterialitet UR - https://www.doabooks.org/doab?func=search&query=rid:26616 AB - "What are the conditions children and young people experience in the city? What opportunities does the city provide for interaction between people and urban spaces and places? What sociomaterial conditions for participation exist in institutions for children and young people? Can urban spaces, places and sociomateriality function in unexpected ways for children and young people? The topic of this book is the interaction between people and spaces, places and sociomateriality. The authors focus on the city as an object and as a context for children and young people growing up and engaging in play and activities. In addition, sociomaterial conditions in institutions for children and adolescents (daycare centres, schools and child protection services), as well as their interaction with professionals, are also analysed.
This anthology includes eleven peer-reviewed academic chapters. The authors are researchers at OsloMet – Oslo Metropolitan University – in social and health studies, preschool teacher studies, the aesthetic disciplines and at the Centre for Welfare and Labour Research (SVA), the university’s institute for commissioned research.
The book will be of interest to all those concerned with the conditions of children and young people and the interaction between human agency and its material context in cities and institutions for children and adolescents: researchers, staff and students in social and health studies and teacher training programmes, as well as practitioners." ER -