Our work, our voice : children's work experiences in Alberta, Canada
This qualitative research study examined children’s work experiences in Alberta Canada. Children 9-16 years of age discussed the challenges, concerns and hopes they had for current and future work experiences and societal contributions. Through the use of critical and visual ethnography, children presented compelling information on why their democratic voice is so crucial in framing, developing and evaluating children’s work contributions and their participation in society.
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Community systems and practices to prevent and respond to violence against children in Uganda : children’s perceptions and lived experiences Wamimbi, Richard WottiViolence Against Children (VAC) is a growing public health and social development problem recognized globally and specifically in Uganda. The general research objective of this study was to examine how the community formal ...
Doughty, Terri; Thompson, Dawn (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 2013)Traditionally in the West, children were expected to "know their place", but what does this mean in a contemporary, globalized world? How does children's literature help explain how identity is derived from a sense of ...
Zhang, Jessie (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 2017-05)Video of Vancouver Island Children's Book Festival held in Nanaimo in May 2017.