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New Rebecca S., February 2008
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A special issue of the Journal of Early Childhood Research, focusing on the scholarly contributions of the late Sally Lubeck to the field of child care and early education
New Rebecca S., February 2008
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An introduction to a special issue of the Journal of Early Childhood Research, focusing on the scholarly contributions of the late Sally Lubeck to the field of child care and early education
Aubrey Carol, February 2008
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A distillation of the perspectives and contributions of the late researcher Sally Lubeck, and a discussion of her influence on the field of the sociology of childhood
Bloch Marianne N., February 2008
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A topical overview of the contributions of the late researcher Sally Lubeck to the field of child care and early education
David Tricia, February, 2008
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An account of several contributions to the literature of the field of early care and education by the late researcher Sally Lubeck
New Rebecca S., February 2008
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A consideration of the late Sally Lubeck?s research orientation, critique of positivism in child development, and concerns about globalization?s influence on education
Ryan Sharon, 2008
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An account of the late researcher Sally Lubeck?s critical perspectives on Developmentally Appropriate Practice (DAP) and the standardization and surveillance of early education
Edwards Susan, February 2007
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A description of the process by which early childhood teachers in Australia generated changes in their teaching practices by reflecting on existing practices, modeling new frameworks, and sharing with colleagues, as prescribed in the Development…
Clark Margaret M., February 2007
Book Reviews
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A review of an examination of the Nordic conception of childhood and its influence on policy and practice through a comparison of the provision and curriculum in education and care being developed for children from birth to six years of age in many…
Jones Liz, April 2006
Book Reviews
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A review of a philosophical challenge to ideas about children and their social worlds in order to develop more equitable practices via an introduction to and an immersion in poststructuralist theories
Buchbinder Mara, Longhofer Jeffrey, Barrett Thomas F., Lawson Peter, Floersch Jerry, 2006
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A review of the literature on ethnographic research on child care contexts, with a discussion of the caregiver-centered, mother-centered, child-centered, and societal perspectives that dominate the field
Atkatz Jeanne, 2006
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A review of an account of how children were reared during times of early colonial religious fervor, slavery, wars, fanatic utopianism, depression, and mass immigration up to the present time. over the past four centuries
Adams Kate, 2006
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A description of the complex nature of a responsive pedagogy of listening to young children
Regan Carol, 2005
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A review of an anthology discussing different social and cultural perspectives regarding research and theories of early childhood education
Brotherton Graham, 2005
Book Reviews
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A review of a book discussing the ethical and political dimensions of early childhood education within the context of post-structural theory