Montag, 2. Mai 2016

Publikation: Justice, Education and the Politics of Childhood (Springer 2016)

Ein neuer Band zur Philosophie der Kindheit ist bei Springer erschienen (Hrsg. von Johannes Drerup, Gunter Graf, Christoph Schickhardt, Gottfried Schweiger). Der Band basiert lose auf einem Workshop in Manchester aus dem Jahr 2014.

Part I The Ethics of Childhood: Autonomy, Well-Being and Paternalism
  • Constructing Children’s Rights Colin Macleod (University of Victoria)
  • Future-Oriented Paternalism and the Intrinsic Goods of Childhood Alexander Bagattini (University of Düsseldorf)
  • Who gets to decide? Children’s competence, parental authority, and informed consent Allyn Fives (UNESCO Child and Family Research Centre)
  • Capacity, Consistency and the Young Nicholas Munn (University of Waikato) 
  • Eating Disorders in Minors and the Role of the Media. An Ethical Investigation Christoph Schickhardt (University of Heidelberg)

Part II Justice for Children
  • Equality of what for children Lars Lindblom (Umeå University)
  • Social Policy and Justice for Children Gottfried Schweiger (University of Salzburg)/ Gunter Graf (University of Salzburg)
  • The Politics of the Level Playing Field. Equality of Opportunity and Educational Justice Johannes Drerup (University of Münster)
  • Child psychological abuse, public health and social justice: the Cinderella Law debate Mar Cabezas (University of Salzburg)
  • Epistemic injustice and children’s well-being Christina Schües (University of Lübeck)

Part III The Politics of Childhood
  • Cultural Minorities and the Lives of Children Josephine Nielsen (Queen’s University)
  • Civic Education: Political or Comprehensive? Elizabeth Edenberg (Vanderbilt University)
  • “I can’t tell you exactly who I am …”: The creation of childhood and adulthood in F. Scott Fitzgerald’s short story The curious case of Benjamin Button Nicole Balzer (University of Münster)
  • Education for Autonomy in the Context of Consumer Culture Philip Knobloch (Ruhr University Bochum)
  • “My Place”? Catholic Social Teaching and the Politics of Geborgenheit Clemens Sedmak (King’s College London/ University of Salzburg)

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