Everyday and eternal acts: exploring children’s friendships\ud in the primary school

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Mellor, David James; Cardiff University;
(2006)
  • Publisher: Cardiff University
  • Subject: H1

This paper looks at the different ways that children practice, understand and invest in friendship during the last year of primary school. Drawing on ethnographic data gathered at 3 primary schools, it explores how children in Year 6 (aged 10-11) organised and understoo... View more
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