Childrens engagements with violence : a study in a South African school

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Parkes, Jenny;
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This thesis is an account of a qualitative study which set out to explore the meanings for children of living with violence. Using a social constructionist epistemology, I examine how, through social relationships, children (co-)construct beliefs, values and pract... View more
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