What contribution does spatiality make to the construction of modern childhood and its institutions, and in what ways might understanding this support social constructionism's aim to rethink children's lives

Essay question:”What contribution does spatiality make to the construction of modern childhood and its institutions, and in what ways might understanding this support social constructionism’s aim to rethink children’s lives ”

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• Chapter 2 and chapter 5 which I have uploaded are a draft from Blundell, D., (2015 forthcoming) book. Reference it this way (Blundell, D., (2015 forthcoming) “Chapter 2 – Rethinking spaces, places and the spatiality of children’s lives” from Rethinking Children’s Spaces and Places, London:Bloomsbury DRAFT VERSION and in text, as: Blundell (2015 forthcoming)

• The 5 different parts that are named as group 1,2,3,4, and 5 are from chapter 5 in ‘’Blundell, D., (2015 forthcoming) ‘’Chapter 5 – (Not) playing out: range, territories and children’s activity space’’ from Rethinking Children’s Spaces and Places, London:Bloomsbury DRAFT VERSION and in text, as: Blundell (2015 forthcoming)’’

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