- Title Pages
- Notes on contributors
- Introduction: children, politics and communication
OneCharting change in the participatory settings of childhood 1
TwoChildren’s autonomous organisation: reflections from the ground
ThreeThe children of Loxicha: participation beyond the UNCRC rhetoric?
FourDisplaced children’s participation in political violence: towards greater understanding of mobilisation 1
FiveBetween a rock and a hard place: negotiating age and identity in the UK asylum system 1
SixUnderstanding silences and secrets when working with unaccompanied asylum-seeking children
SevenDoing Britishness: multilingual practices, creativity and criticality of British Chinese children
EightClosings in young children’s disputes: resolution, dissipation and teacher intervention
NineKeeping connected: textual cohesion and textual selves, how young people stay together online
- Conclusion: autonomy, dialogue and recognition
- Children, politics and communication
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