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Why And How Children Are Used For War
(Universidad del Zulia, 2019)
Children of 6 years in formal spaces of education, manifestations and cultural productions
(Univ Fed Sao Carlos, 2021-05-01)
This work aimed to analyze the manifestations and cultural productions of five and six-year-old children in formal spaces of education. To perform this research, we used as methodology the qualitative approach based on ...
Street children and their relationship with the police
(BLACKWELL PUBLISHING, 2008)
Background: This paper explores and analyses the experiences of school-age street children. It specifically addresses the relationship of the street children who live on the streets of Sao Paulo (a large Brazilian metropolis), ...
The youtubers and the legislation of children's advertising: the scope of the law and the practices observed in channels destined to the children's public
(Univ Estadual Paulista Julio Mesquita Filho, Fac Arquitetura Artes & Comun, 2019-01-01)
The children's audience is increasingly integrated with the media content present on the Internet and its tools, especially YouTube channels, specifically those that direct their content to children. In this context, this ...
Children suffering: representations of childhood in books distributed by PNBE
(Univ Brasilia, Dept Teoria Literaria & Literaturas, 2015-07-01)
This article analyzes representations of childhood/child in Brazilian contemporary children's literature from the theoretical and methodological framework of cultural studies in education. As a part of a larger study that ...
Childhood obesity and eating behaviour
The prevalence of childhood obesity has increased substantially in the recent decade as a result of the reduction in physical activity and the availability of high-fat and high-energy-density foods which the paediatric ...
Guyanese children's perceptions of the play experience [PowerPoint presentation]
Children's play is often trivialized and is generally assumed to be something "easy," non-serious, simply fun, and interesting. This study questions adult-centric constructions and assumptions of play as trivial, enjoyable, ...
Parental Monitoring of Children’s Television Viewing in a Sample of Peruvian Caregivers
Parental monitoring of children’s television viewing is an important family practice that helps children understand the messages they find on advertisements and program content. Research points at different dimensions ...