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    The Militarization of Childhood

    By: J. Marshall Beier

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    ISBN
    9780230115767
    Date Released
    Binding
    Hardcover
    Pages
    297
     

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    "Thinking beyond the global South and recognizing that militarism circulates and interpenetrates childhood experience in ways that are much less conspicuous than child soldiering raises questions of critical relevance to but not yet taken up in the disciplinary study of international relations. The contributors to this volume inquire into the relationship between militarism and childhood in advanced (post)industrial societies and ask what can be learned about its sources and implications. Together they provide an important corrective to too narrow a focus on zones of conflict that might make it seem as though militarism operates through the lives of children only in distant and politically fraught places"--Provided by publisher.

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