Childhood Poverty: Multidisciplinary Approaches by Oxford Department Of DevelopmentChildhood Poverty: Multidisciplinary Approaches by Oxford Department Of Development

Childhood Poverty: Multidisciplinary Approaches

byOxford Department Of DevelopmentEditorMichael Bourdillon, Jo Boyden

Hardcover | December 13, 2011

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JERE R. BEHRMAN W.R. Kenan, Jr. Professor of Economics and Sociology and Research Associate, Population Studies Center, University of Pennsylvania, USA KAREN BROCK Social scientist, writer, and editor LAURA CAMFIELD Lecturer, School of International Development, University of East Anglia, UK SANTIAGO CUETO Senior Researcher at the G...
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Title:Childhood Poverty: Multidisciplinary ApproachesFormat:HardcoverDimensions:334 pages, 9.02 × 5.98 × 0.75 inPublished:December 13, 2011Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230319246

ISBN - 13:9780230319240

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Table of Contents

Introduction; J.Boyden & M. Bourdillon PART I: METHODOLOGY Doing Longitudinal Research: Opportunities and Challenges in a Study of Childhood; K.Brock & C.Knowles The Ethics of Social Research with Children and Families in Young Lives: Practical Experiences; V.Morrow Uncovering the Consequences of Pre-school Malnutrition; J.Hoddinott Understanding Child Poverty in Developing Countries: Measurement and Analysis; S.Dercon PART II: DYNAMICS OF CHILDHOOD POVERTY 'Pro-Poor' Growth and Children in Developing Countries: The Case of Vietnam; P.Glewwe Evidence on Early Childhood Development (ECD) Investment Returns; J.R.Behrman Do Economic Shocks Have a Sustained Effect on the Height of 5-year-old Children? Evidence from Rural and Urban Ethiopia; T.Woldehanna PART III: CHILDREN'S EXPERIENCES OF POVERTY Poverty and Developmental Potential; P.Engle Poverty, Child Risk, and Resilience in Developing Countries; T.D.Wachs Political Economy, Perception, and Social Change as Mediators of Childhood Risk in Andhra Pradesh; J.Boyden & G.Crivello On Being Despised: Growing up a Congolese Refugee in Dar es Salaam; G.Mann 'Pen, Book, Soap, Good Food, and Encouragement': Understandings of a Good Life for Children Among Parents and Children in Three Ethiopian Communities; L.Camfield 'Ridiculed For Not Having Anything': Children's Views on Poverty and Inequality in Rural India; G.Crivello, U.Vennam & A.Komanduri Pathways through Early Childhood Education in Ethiopia, India, and Peru: Rights, Equity and Diversity; M.Woodhead Explaining and Overcoming Marginalization in Education: Ethnic/Language Minorities in Peru; S.Cueto, G.Guerrero, J.Leon, E.Seguin & I.Munoz Child Agricultural Work in South Africa: A Contested Space; A.Dawes, J.Streak, S.Levine & D.Ewing Are Work and Schooling Complementary or Competitive for Children in Rural Ethiopia? A Mixed-methods Study; K.Orkin

Editorial Reviews

'This is the first book reporting on a unique and exciting programme investigating the changing situation of poor children over time in four developing countries. As well as reporting on important methodological innovations and comparative quantitative analysis of the evolving situation across the four countries, this uplifting book should be read for its unprecedented insights into children's own experience, perspectives, understanding and aspirations.' Frances Stewart, Emeritus Professor of Development Economics and Director of CRISE, University of Oxford, UK'This volume is bound to challenge the orthodoxy, while at the same time offering avenues for orthopraxy. It offers a welcome antidote against a common flaw in economic research, namely statistics without context. The reader will gain a better understanding of childhood poverty from the book's combination of different methods of analyses with innovative sources of information.' Jan Vandemoortele, formerly with UNICEF and UNDP; now independent researcher, writer and lecturer'This volume, the first of what will surely be an important collection, gives an excellent look into the challenges faced by impoverished households and the resulting consequences on their children.' Kristian Estevez, Universitat de Barcelona