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Extra resources for Children, Youth and Development (Routledge Perspectives on Development)
Skelton, T. and Valentine, G. (eds) (1998) Cool places: geographies of youth cultures, London: Routledge – an edited collection with a useful introduction to the study of youth cultures. Journals Relevant articles are published in a variety of journals including Childhood. uk/ contains a history of the 3 organisation. org/ contains detailed pages of history as well as some 5 of the key documents relating to recent events such as the World Summit for 6 Children and the UN Special Session. org/youth/ has plentiful information 8 about young people.
40 The most influential developmental psychologist of the twentieth 1 century was Jean Piaget. 1 Piaget’s developmental stages Age Stage Competencies 0–11⁄2 ‘Sensori-motor’ 2–4 5–6 ‘Pre-operational thought’ ‘Intuitive thought’ 7–11 ‘Concrete operations’ 12–15 ‘Formal operations’ Knowledge of environment through action and sensory information; begins to understand causality and develop internal mental representations Development of language; egocentric – cannot take the perspective of another person Begins to order, classify and quantify objects; intuitive problem-solving but thinking remains egocentric More complex thought processes, but remains tied to concrete experience; begins to be able to look at things from the perspective of others Abstract reasoning begins; can think reflexively Source: Based on Piaget (1972).
The UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC) was drawn up by international child-focused NGOs (UNICEF was not initially involved, its energies being focused on child-survival, but joined the process in the late 1980s). 4 UNICEF In the division of Europe following the Second World War, UN assistance to the Soviet-influenced East was ended, but children were seen as innocent victims of a political dispute. An International Children’s Emergency Fund (ICEF) was set up to assist children still suffering due to the war, wherever in Europe they came from.