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In spite of our apparently connected global environment, people are becoming less connected. Digital communication leads to fewer face-to-face engagements, and many young children are separated from their parents for extended periods. The post-truth phenomenon has resulted in mistrust between policymakers and the people they serve, whilst increased immigration has led to some rich countries adopting a protectionist stance that transforms collaboration into separatism.
|Place of Publication||Abingdon|
|Number of pages||174|
|Publication status||Published - 3 Dec 2018|
Bibliographical noteJane Murray is an Associate Professor based in the Centre for Education and Research at the University of Northampton, UK. Previously an early childhood teacher, she teaches, researches and publishes in the field of education, specialising in early childhood education, children's agency and social justice. Jane is editor of the International Journal of Early Years Education. She has worked with UNICEF and with governments in countries including Ethiopia, Bhutan, Georgia and the UK.
Colette Gray is a Principal Lecturer in Early Childhood Studies and Undergraduate and Postgraduate Research Methods at Stranmillis University College, Northern Ireland. Her research interests are informed by the rights-based participatory approach. Using a range of child-friendly research methods she seeks to give children a voice on matters that impact their lives. She is widely published and was until recently Head of Research Development at the University College, editor of the International Journal of Early Years Education and Visiting Professor to Marjon University, Plymouth.
- Early childhood
- Early childhood education
- Young children
- Young children's perspectives
- Young children on the margins