E102 Week 4 - reading about childhood (CS & CP (Activity 2- sec 1.2)…
E102 Week 4 - reading about childhood
CS & CP (Activity 2- sec 1.2) audio Similarities and differences between child psychology and childhood studies
both are about
children and their development (cognitive, physical, communication and social/emotional)
both use milestones as markers.
both are about identifying problems and helping those children appropriately.
the two disciplines overlap/interlace. Complementing and informing each other in many ways. eg - CP now appreciates the importance of social and cultural influences thanks to work highlighted by CS.
both acknowledge environment impacts a child's development.
do not say 'normal' 'abnormal' every child is individual
also sociology, anthropology, law/policy etc
includes agency & autonomy
research and ideology different to CP
CP is a spoke of CS
children are just different from adults
adults more important, what is a child's role in an adults world?
social actors, agency.
pick out key words
use signposts...firstly, secondly, finally etc
write in own words
sometimes this is impossible as some are key words -ref- (section 4.1
Changing ideas about children in research
high level- general/ key points
lower level- specifics & examples
Kellet 2005 cited in wk 4, section4 activity 7,
UNCRC opened up to children having agency