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- Reference: Heimer, L.G. and Klefstad, E. (2015) ‘“It’s not really a menu because we can’t pick what we do”: context integration in kindergarten contexts’, Global Studies in Childhood, 5(3): 239–54.
Description: An interesting article which explores how teachers of early childhood students understand and implement an early childhood integrated curriculum, regulated by standards and assessments.
- Reference: James, A.L. (2010) ‘Competition or integration? The next steps in childhood studies’, Childhood, 17(4): 485–99.
Description: An interesting article which argues that childhood studies has reached a crossroads in its development because of the growing diversity of the interests and agendas that are now being pursued under the interdisciplinary umbrella of ‘childhood studies’.
- Reference: Moss, P. (2015) ‘There are alternatives! Contestation and hope in early childhood education’, Global Studies of Childhood, 5(3): 226–38.
Description: This article discusses and explores the notion of education as a commodity.