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Wright, Anthony Gerard; José Velázquez Morales, Jurhamuti – Global Studies of Childhood, 2021
This article analyzes visual art and radio broadcasting as semiotic practices that serve as crucial sites of child and youth participation in Indigenous social movements. Looking specifically at a movement against organized crime, political corruption, and environmental exploitation that emerged in 2011 among the Purépechan people of Cherán,…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Visual Arts, Radio, Semiotics
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Kay, Carolyn – Global Studies of Childhood, 2021
My article considers German wartime propaganda and pedagogy from 1914 to 1916, which influenced young schoolchildren (aged 5-14) to create drawings and paintings of Germany's military in World War I. In this art, the children drew bodies of German soldiers as tough, heroic, on the move, armed with powerful weapons, and part of a superior military…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, War, Freehand Drawing, Painting (Visual Arts)
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Kendrick, Anna Kathryn – Global Studies of Childhood, 2021
Children's drawings hold a contested place in archives of war. Often portrayed as unfiltered records of psychological impact on innocent young civilians, the same drawings are also sophisticated testimonies of agency. With child-artists creating their work within classrooms, families, and communities, this article offers an alternative reading of…
Descriptors: Freehand Drawing, Art Products, World History, Teaching Methods
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Chávez Leyva, Yolanda – Global Studies of Childhood, 2021
"Deep visual listening and children's art during times of crisis" explores a way to understand children's art created amidst crisis as well as the meanings we can discern from it through the lens of the "Uncaged Art Tornillo Detention Center" exhibit. In 2018, the U.S. government opened a detention center to hold youth who…
Descriptors: Art Activities, Exhibits, Institutionalized Persons, Undocumented Immigrants
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Mecija, Casey – Global Studies of Childhood, 2021
This article examines Diane Paragas' film Yellow Rose (2019) for its capacity to offer important insights into the reparative utility of music for a child separated from a parent due to deportation. While the film depicts the brutality of contemporary U.S. migration policies, Yellow Rose is also a story about the role of aesthetic expression in…
Descriptors: Filipino Americans, Music, Aesthetics, Coping
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Schulte, Christopher M. – Global Studies of Childhood, 2021
This article introduces and explores the concept of the deficit aesthetic. Particular attention is given to how the deficit aesthetic was made and the extent to which it continues to be sustained in early art education, especially in the United States. For many children, particularly at this time, the deficit aesthetic factors as yet another…
Descriptors: Freehand Drawing, Aesthetics, Art Education, Disadvantaged
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Ribeiro, Ana Sofia; Silva, Isabel – Global Studies of Childhood, 2021
In the aftermath of catastrophes, art based participatory research has proven to be a useful tool for evoking emotions and knowledge in affected children, as well as for informing risk education and recovery psychology practices. Framed by disaster risk reduction and environmental philosophy, this article analyses a sample of drawings produced by…
Descriptors: Trauma, Emotional Response, Children, Freehand Drawing
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Denov, Myriam; Shevell, Meaghan C. – Global Studies of Childhood, 2021
Given the tragedy of war and genocide, words often cannot adequately capture the complexity of war-related experiences. Researchers are increasingly utilizing the arts to enable multiple forms of expression, as well as for its therapeutic and empowering qualities. This paper outlines the use of the "river of life," an arts-based…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, War, Homicide, Art Activities
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de Carvalho, Thaís – Global Studies of Childhood, 2021
In Andean countries, the "pishtaco" is understood as a White-looking man that steals Indigenous people's organs for money. In contemporary Amazonia, the Shipibo-Konibo people describe the "pishtaco" as a high-tech murderer, equipped with a sophisticated laser gun that injects electricity inside a victim's body. This paper looks…
Descriptors: Whites, Males, American Indians, Weapons
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Selfridge, Marion; Robinson, Jennifer Claire; Mitchell, Lisa M. – Global Studies of Childhood, 2021
This article details the transformation of an empty store into a gallery honouring youth and others who have passed away from overdoses, and the creation of extensive harm reduction and grief support programming that accompanied the display of artwork. The outpouring of community interest, participation, and emotion that surfaced around heART…
Descriptors: Grief, Drug Abuse, Death, Art Products
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Clacherty, Glynis – Global Studies of Childhood, 2021
Artbooks, which are a combined form of picture and story book created using mixed media, can be a simple yet powerful way of supporting children affected by war and displacement to tell their stories. They allow children to work through the creative arts, which protects them from being overwhelmed by difficult memories. They also allow, even very…
Descriptors: Art Activities, Coping, Picture Books, Childrens Literature
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Campbell, Sydney; Cicero Oneto, Carlo; Saini, Manav Preet Singh; Attaran, Nona; Makansi, Nora; Passos Dos Santos, Raissa; Pukuma, Shilni; Carnevale, Franco A. – Global Studies of Childhood, 2021
During the COVID-19 pandemic, the lives of children and adolescents in resource-limited countries have been significantly impacted in complex ways, while largely having their interests overlooked. The purpose of this colloquium is to examine these impacts across seven resource-limited nations and apply an ethical lens to examine the ways in which…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Children, Adolescents
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Harju, Anne; Balldin, Jutta; Ekman Ladru, Danielle; Gustafson, Katarina – Global Studies of Childhood, 2021
In the Nordic countries, there is a culturally rooted understanding of nature as a 'good' place for children. The aim of the article is to deconstruct this understanding by exploring how different mobile preschools -- buses that bring children to different places on a daily basis -- relate to nature spaces and children's learning and well-being in…
Descriptors: Preschool Education, Natural Resources, Bus Transportation, Field Trips
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Paujik, Yvonne M.; Miller, Melinda; Gibson, Megan; Walsh, Kerryann – Global Studies of Childhood, 2021
Young children's engagement in Education for Sustainability has focussed predominantly on their participation in environment-based initiatives or practices. Reasons for this include a notion that wider dimensions of sustainability, including social, political and economic areas of concern can be too complex and overwhelming for young children.…
Descriptors: Sustainability, Early Childhood Teachers, Kindergarten, Young Children
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Knezevic, Zlatana – Global Studies of Childhood, 2021
Using the metaphors "body" and "voice" and drawing on critical contributions on biopolitics, this article interrogates children's participation rights in a knowledge culture of 'evidencing'. With child welfare and protection practice as an empirical example, I analyse written assessment reports from a Swedish child welfare…
Descriptors: Figurative Language, Human Body, Child Safety, Child Welfare
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