From extractivist practices and the child-as-data to an ethics of reciprocity and mutuality in empirical childhood research.

Spyrou, S. (2023). From extractivist practices and the child-as-data to an ethics of reciprocity and mutuality in empirical childhood research. Childhood, Published Online Ahead of Print. “The increased datafication of childhood is quite evident. And so is a vision of the child-as-data—as a reservoir of information, an extractable resource for commercial and other use—in today’s […]

Southern theories and decolonial childhood studies.

Abebe, T., Dar, A., & Lyså, I. M. (2022). Southern theories and decolonial childhood studies. Childhood, 29(3), pp. 255–275. Editorial for a special issue also entitled, Southern Theories and Decolonial Childhood Studies. Abstract: This special issue contributes insights into ongoing debates on the politics and ethics of knowledge production in “global” childhood studies by decentering […]