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1. A generational approach allows us to recognise that child-adult relations take place between groups of people subject to differing constellations of social, historical and political ideas” (Mayall. 2001). Discuss.

Choose one of the following:

1. A generational approach allows us to recognise that child-adult relations take place between groups of people subject to differing constellations of social, historical and political ideas” (Mayall. 2001). Discuss.

2. Critically evaluate the role of media in the development of ‘social constructs’ of childhood and youth.

3. “In order to understand the central issues facing young people it is necessary to move beyond a focus on young people themselves, to the changing relationship between different groups of young people und society in its broadest sense” (Wyn and White, 1997, p.120).

Explore this statement and consider how some young people are excluded from full participation in society.
Learning Outcomes Assessed:
L.O.1: Evaluate different theoretical approaches to childhood and youth
L.O.2: Analyse concepts relating to the child as part of family and community
Format: Size 12 font, Verdana, 1.5 spacing, justified.
Word Count: 3000 words
Referencing: Please use Harvard method of referencing and be consistent throughout.
Please include a bibliography of cited texts and refer to IT Carlow’s policy on plagiarism.

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