1. Introduction: Lived Citizenship, rights and participation in contemporary Europe; Claudio Baraldi and Tom Cockburn2. Children’s citizenship in globalised societies; Hanne Warming3. Children’s participation: definitions, narratives and disputes; Michael Wyness4. Recognition and capability: a new way to understand how children can achieve their rights?; Nigel Thomas and Daniel Stoecklin5. Theorising Children’s Bodies. A critical review of relational understandings in Childhood Studies; Florian Eßer6. Unexpected allies. Expanding the theoretical toolbox of the children’s rights sociologist; Michele Poretti7. Beyond the modern “norm” of childhood: children at the margins as a challenge for the Sociology of Childhood; Manuel Jacinto Sarmento, Rita de Cássia Marchi and Gabriela de Pina Trevisan8. Participation as learning for change in everyday spaces: Enhancing meaning and effectiveness using action research; Barry Percy-Smith9. The child, the pupil, the citizen. Outlines and perspectives of a critical theory of citizenship education; Federico Farini10. Heteropolitical pedagogies. citizenship and childhood. Commoning education in contemporary Greece; Yannis Pechtelidis11. The right to be transnational. Narratives and positionings of children with a migration background in Italy; Sara Amadasi and Vittorio Iervese12. Conclusions: Lived Childhoods; Claudio Baraldi and Tom Cockburn.
Claudio Baraldi is Professor of Sociology of Cultural and
Communicative Processes at the University of Modena and Reggio
Tom Cockburn is Professor of Social Sciences and Head of Department at the Department of Social Sciences, Edge Hill University, UK.
“Personally, I approached the book due to my recent scholarly interest in children’s rights, especially in a transnational context, as part of my research into the sociology of the family. … I warmly recommend the present work to all those interested in the topics of citizenship, rights and participation of children, as it provides the reader with the necessary overview required to understand the recent research directions in the field.” (Viorela Ducu, Romanian Journal of Population Studies, Vol. 13 (1), 2019)