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Children as Equals


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Chapter 1 Foreword Chapter 2 Acknowledgments Chapter 3 Introduction Chapter 4 Historical Roots of Children's Rights in Europe and the United States Chapter 5 Wendy and Peter Pan: Exploring the Concept of the Child Chapter 6 United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child: Developing International Norms to Create a New World for Children Chapter 7 Psychology and the Rights of the Child Chapter 8 Rights of the Child: A Philosophical Approach Chapter 9 The Promise of Rights for Children: Best Interests and Evolving Capacities Chapter 10 Creating the Child, Constructing the State: People v. Turner, 1870 Chapter 11 A Child-Centered Jurisprudence: Reconciling the Rights of Children and Parents Within the Family Chapter 12 The Right to Be Heard: The Child as a Legal Person Chapter 13 Child Advocacy in the United States and the Power of International Human Rights Law Chapter 14 Children's Rights in the Curriculum Chapter 15 Children's Studies and the Human Rights of Children: Toward a Unified Approach Chapter 16 Appendix: United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (1989) Chapter 17 Suggestions for Further Reading Chapter 18 Index Chapter 19 About the Contributors

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Kathleen Alaimo is Associate Professor of History, Saint Xavier University, Chicago, Illinois. Brian Klug is Associate Professor of Philosophy, Saint Xavier University, Chicago, Illinois.

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