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  1. Pre-lecture Readings 10 items
    1. Growing up beside you: A relational sociology of early childhood - N. Gabriel 01/07/2014

      Article Essential Pre-lecture reading 3

    2. South Asian Communities: Catalysts for Educational Change - Sofia Chanda-Gool

      Chapter Essential Pre-lecture reading 8 (Chapter 1)

    3. A Storm in a Tea-Cup? ‘Making a Difference’ in Two Sure Start Children's Centres - Marie Lavelle 08/2014

      Article Essential Pre-lecture reading 6

    4. Environments for Listening - Karen Wickett 06/02/2018

      Chapter 

    5. Learning together in the early years: exploring relational pedagogy - Theodora Papatheodorou, Janet R. Moyles 2009 (electronic resource)

      Book 

  2. Lecture 2 - Verity Campbell-Barr 2 items
    Recommended reading
  3. Lecture 3 - Norman Gabriel 3 items
    Recommended reading
    1. The sociology of childhood - William A. Corsaro c2011

      Book Recommended

    2. Human societies: an introduction - A. de Swaan 2001

      Book Recommended

    3. Childhood and Society - Michael Wyness March 30, 2006 (Hardcover)

      Book Recommended

  4. Lecture 4 - Sofia Chanda-Gool 5 items
    Recommended reading
    1. Early childhood studies: an introduction to the study of children's lives and children's worlds 2015

      Book Recommended Chapter 4: Chanda-Gool & Andrews, "Language, Cultural Identity and Belonging"

    2. Understanding cultural diversity in the early years - Peter Baldock 2010

      Book Recommended

    3. 'Living and Learning in different communities: cross-cultural comparisons' - P. Gardner

      Chapter Recommended Chapter 2 - Gardner, P 'Living and Learning in different communities: cross-cultural comparisons'

    4. Early childhood studies: an introduction to the study of children's lives and children's worlds 2015

      Book Recommended Chapter 4: Chanda-Gool & Andrews, "Language, Cultural Identity and Belonging"

  5. Lecture 5 - Marie Lavelle 5 items
    Recommended reading
    1. The national evaluation of Sure Start: does area-based early intervention work? - Jay Belsky, Jacqueline Barnes, Edward C. Melhuish 2007

      Book Recommended

    2. Marginalised mothers: exploring working-class experiences of parenting - Val Gillies 2007

      Book Recommended

    3. Early childhood studies: an introduction to the study of children's lives and children's worlds 2015

      Book Recommended Lavelle, Chapter 11, "Parenting in Trouble"

    4. Involving parents in their children's learning - Margy Whalley, Pen Green Centre (Corby, England) 2007

      Book Recommended

  6. Lecture 6 - Valerie Huggins 1 item
  7. Lecture 7 - Karen Wickett 5 items
    1. Observing children: the importance of personal insight and reflective action - Mandy Andrews, Karen Wickett 2015

      Chapter 

    2. Listening to young children: the mosaic approach - Alison Clark, Peter Moss, National Children's Bureau 2011 (electronic resource)

      Book 

  8. Lecture 8 - Rebecca Carter-Dillon 3 items
  9. Lecture 9 - Philip Selbie 5 items
    Recommended reading
    1. Young children's personal, social and emotional development - Marion Dowling 2009

      Book Recommended

    2. Key persons in the early years: building relationships for quality provision in early years settings and primary schools - Peter Elfer, Elinor Goldschmied, Dorothy Y. Selleck 2012

      Book Recommended

    3. Connecting with children: developing working relationships - Pam Foley, Stephen Leverett 2008

      Book Recommended

    4. Why love matters: how affection shapes a baby's brain - Sue Gerhardt, NetLibrary, Inc 2004 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended

    5. Pedagogy and Romantic Love - David Halpin 03/2009

      Article Recommended

  10. Lecture 10 - Louise Webber 3 items
    1. Early childhood studies: an introduction to the study of children's lives and children's worlds 2015

      Book Recommended Chapter 13, Parker-Rees, "Concepts of childhood: Meeting with difference"

    2. Rethinking families - Fiona Williams, ESRC Research Group on Care, Values and the Future of Welfare (CAVA), University of Leeds 2004

      Book Recommended

    3. Juggling higher education study and family life - Louise Webber 2017

      Book 

  11. Lecture 11 - Becky McKenzie 4 items
    Recommended reading
    1. Culture and the self: Implications for cognition, emotion, and motivation. - Hazel R. Markus, Shinobu Kitayama 1991

      Article Recommended

    2. Cultural Pathways Through Universal Development - Patricia M. Greenfield, Heidi Keller, Andrew Fuligni, Ashley Maynard 02/2003

      Article Recommended

    3. ‘Parent-Child Relations over the Lifespan: A Cross-Cultural Perspective’ - G. Trommsdorff

      Chapter Recommended

    4. Learning What Feelings to Desire: Socialization of Ideal Affect Through Children's Storybooks - J. L. Tsai, J. Y. Louie, E. E. Chen, Y. Uchida 01/01/2007

      Article Recommended

  12. Learning together in the early years: exploring relational pedagogy - Theodora Papatheodorou, Janet R. Moyles 2009 (electronic resource)

    Book Optional

  13. Real kids: creating meaning in everyday life - Susan Engel 2005

    Book Recommended

  14. Inclusive education - Ann Cheryl Armstrong 2009

    Book 

  15. Unlearning discrimination in the early years - Babette Brown 2007, c1998

    Book 

  16. Spaces to play: more listening to young children using the Mosaic approach - Alison Clark, Peter Moss, National Children's Bureau c2005

    Book 

  17. Thought paralysis: the virtues of discrimination - Farhad Dalal 2012

    Book 

  18. Listening to children’s perspectives: improving the quality of provision in early years settings - DfE, Liz Coleyshaw, Judy Whitmarsh, Michael Jopling

    Book 

  19. Invest in the very young - James J. Heckman

    Document 

  20. Tackling inequalities in the early years - Ulrike Hohmann

    Chapter  Chapter 7 - Ulrike Hohmann 'Tackling inequality in the early years'

  21. Germany - Pamela Oberhuemer

    Chapter 

  22. Providing an Enabling Environment - Philip Selbie, Karen Wickett

    Chapter 

  23. “Chav Mum Chav Scum” - Imogen Tyler 03/2008

    Article