- Title Pages
- List of Figures
- 1 How a Comparative Study of Childhood Became a Story of Global Crisis
- 2 Tools for Studying Childhood
- 3 A Tale of Two Villages
- 4 The Magic of Mesosystems, Seedbeds of Solidarity
- 5 Falling Birth Rates and Rural Depopulation
- 6 The Role of Family-Supportive Policies in the Decision to Have Children
- 7 Children of the Great American Recession
- 8 The Great Recession Crosses the Atlantic
- 9 Globalization
- 10 The Role of Children’s Rights
- 11 How the CRC Affects Actual Children’s Lives
- 12 Building Small Worlds in Urban Spaces
- 13 Charting the Way to a World Fit for Children
- About the Author
- The Ecology of Childhood
Barbara Bennett Woodhouse
- NYU Press
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