The Politicization of Parenthood

Shifting private and public responsibilities in education and child rearing

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ISBN: 978-94-007-2971-1 (Print) 978-94-007-2972-8 (Online)

Table of contents (22 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xii

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    Pages 1-10

    Introduction

  3. Families and the Welfare State: the Understanding of Responsibility

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      Pages 11-11

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      Pages 13-26

      Family Policy and the Politics of Parenting: From Function to Competence

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      Pages 27-37

      Families, Professionals, and Responsibility

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      Pages 39-53

      Nordic Politicization of Parenthood: Unfolding Hybridization?

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      Pages 55-68

      Can a Crisis Become an Opportunity? Gender and Care in Contemporary Ireland

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      Pages 69-83

      Parent–School Relations in England and the USA: Partnership, Problematized

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      Pages 85-99

      Family and Welfare State Change: Challenges for Education

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      Pages 101-110

      The Redistribution of Responsibility Between State and Parents: Family in the Context of Post-Welfare-State Transformation

  4. Child Rearing Between Family Care and Institutional Provisions

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 111-111

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      Pages 113-126

      Early Childhood Education and Social Inequality: Parental Models of a “Good” Childhood

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      Pages 127-138

      Child Well-Being in the UK: Children’s Views of Families

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      Pages 139-152

      The Educational Strategies of the Black Middle Classes

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      Pages 153-163

      Significance of Family and School, Educational Standards, and Social Reproduction in Education

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      Pages 165-180

      Studying at Home: With Whom and in Which Way? Homework Practices and Conflicts in the Family

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      Pages 181-194

      “Having to Keep Silent”: A Capabilities Perspective on Growing Up and the “Education Process” in a Migration Family

  5. Meeting Parents' and Children's Needs: Professionals in Schools

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      Pages 195-195

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      Pages 197-212

      Pushing Parents Away: The Role of District Bureaucracy in an Urban School

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      Pages 213-220

      Symbolic Constructions, Pedagogical Practices, and the Legitimation of All-Day Schooling from a Professional Perspective: Tendencies Towards Familialization in All-Day Schools

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      Pages 221-233

      Parents’ Perspectives on Services to Support Families in All-Day Schools

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      Pages 235-247

      Parental Involvement in All-Day Special Schools for Learning Disabilities

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      Pages 249-264

      Educational or Child-Rearing Partnerships: What Kind of Cooperation Is Needed at All-Day Secondary Schools?

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      Pages 265-279

      School Attachment and Performance: The Impact of Participation in Extracurricular Activities at School

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