To be asked to review a book of Steven Appleby’s cartoons when one is already a fan is a delight. I do of course appreciate that not everyone may be a fan. It may be a bit like the Marmite test, which divides people sharply into likers and dislikers, though I find it hard to … Read more
A busy and balanced day makes for a healthy body and active mind.
The next issue is out.
A child care classic, still quoted but contentious
What creates a good environment for bringing children up?
If you’ve not been, make the time to go.
The chance to network on the Sociology of Childhood
Searching for Values in a Competitive Age
Current issues affecting children – computers, media, sexualisation, toxins and drugs
Children need loving care from the start to prevent later violent behaviour
Does defining children’s rights undermine adults’ intuitive sense of responsibility?
Childhood is a concept that has intrigued researchers for many years. There have been historical accounts which trace the evolution of childhood through the centuries. There have been some interesting cultural comparisons written. I would like to begin the ‘Children Webmag – recollection and understanding of childhood’. If any readers wish to contribute, just email … Read more