The history of childhood : a very short introduction /
" While children are a relatively unchanging fact of life, childhood is a constantly shifting concept. Through the millennia, the age at which a child becomes a youth and a youth becomes an adult has varied by gender, class, religion, ethnicity, place, and economic need. As author James Marten...
New York, NY :
Oxford University Press,
|Series:||Very short introductions ;
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