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Politics in the Playground: The World of Early Childhood in Postwar New Zealand by Helen May

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This Lively Account Of Early Childhood Education And Care In Postwar New Zealand Is A Follow-up To The Author S Earlier Study, Discovery Of Early Childhood, Which Traced The Origins Of Institutional Care For Young Children In Europe And New Zealand. The Evolution Of Systems Of Care And The Increasing Importance Of Preschool Are Documented. Because Children Are Central To New Zealand S Social History, This Book Also Serves As A Remarkable Record Of Social Movements. The Postwar Search For Security, The Radicalism Of The 1960s And 1970s, The Impact Of Feminism, And The Role Of The State In Social Issues Are Charted Through Their Role In Early Childhood Education. Pt. One. Growth And Expectations 1940s -- 1960s -- 1. Psychology Of Freedom -- 2. Psychology Of Disorder -- 3. Getting Ahead -- Pt. Two. Challenge And Constraint 1960s -- 1980s -- 4. Politics Of Early Childhood -- 5. Demanding Childcare -- 6. Working With Children -- 7. Indigenous Rights And Minority Issues -- Pt. Three. State Interest And Devolution 1980s -- 1990s -- 8. Winds Of Reform -- 9. Measures Of Quality. Helen May. Includes Bibliographical References (p. 259-296) And Index. This 2004 Bridget Williams Books Paperback is in Good condition.

ISBN: 9781877242182 SKU: 1308649 Note: Any image shown is from a stock photo and is not the actual book.