Rhetoric of Childhood
A guide to resources for PWR 1NA: The Rhetoric of Childhood. Investigations of many issues central to the study of childhood, including the nature-versus-nurture debate, the impact of video games and social media on childhood, the influence of cultural norms on children's sense of responsibility, the legal notion of children's rights, and what constitutes childlike behavior in adult life.
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