2 edition of Children and politics found in the catalog.
Children and politics
Fred I. Greenstein
|Statement||by Fred I. Greenstein.|
|Series||Yale studies in political science -- 13, Yale studies in political science -- 13.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 217 p.|
|Number of Pages||217|
Book I concludes with Aristotle's assertion that the proper object of household rule is the virtuous character of one's wife and children, not the management of slaves or the acquisition of property. Rule over the slaves is despotic, rule over children kingly, and rule over one's wife political (except there is no rotation in office). Asking their opinion as political races, debates, and controversial issues arise allows them to learn how to express themselves, listen to opposing views, and to research politicians’ views on these issues. Children learn about politics through conversation. While they may be willing or interested in watching the news and news magazines, the information in these programs is aimed at adults.
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Focuses on discourses of politics in relation to children and on children both as objects and as subjects of politics.
Includes sections on Children in Theory and History; Children, Money and Work; Children at School; and Children, Power, and Decision-Making. Now Darraj is at work on her debut children’s chapter book series, Farah Rocks.
It tells the story of brave and intelligent Farah Hajjar, a girl who just so happens to be Palestinian American.
“People want to publish books about Arab girls who are dealing with hijab, things like that,” Darraj said. This isn't DeBrecht's first children's book. In fact, there's a whole series of "Help. Mom!" books. This got us thinking about other children's books with political agendas.
9 of them are below. Vote on the ones you think have the most obvious agenda, and Author: Jessie Kunhardt. Political Books to Read Longer books help elementary-age children understand the political process and how the U.S.
government works. We also think it’s important for children to be familiar with U.S. history and the principles of democracy. Here are a few books about politics for kids to try. Understanding the wider issues of politics rather than the specifics of the current election manifestos can start early as children’s books are surprisingly political - sometimes overtly and.
“An exciting and informative book helping children understand everyday politics.” Hive, selected as Children's Book of the Month “Politics for Beginners is ideal for both children and adults, and is guaranteed to win the vote of anyone looking for a no-nonsense, easy-to-understand guide to what politics is all about.
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Alphabetically tackling gender, transgender, economic, and race politics in simple and straight-up terms this book will build a strong feminist foundation at any age. Harriet The Spy - Written by Louise FitzhughAuthor: Evelyn Chapman.
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Picture books, arguably the most democratic of all art forms, have value in that they let children experience art and reading. Children Need a Political Primer Michelle Ann. Politics in his children's books The Cat in the Hat.
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