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What is Children's Studies?

York's program in Children's Studies explores the experiences of children and adult constructions of childhood throughout time and across cultures, adopting a "childist" (child-centered) approach that recognizes children as subjects in their own culture.

 

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Children's Studies in a remarkably interdisciplinary field. For that reason, you may find it helpful to consult some of these additional Research Guides:

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