"Children and armed conflict" and the field of security studies
Sociological studies in childhood have successfully carved out a research agenda that establishes children as worthy research subjects in their own right. This insight has impacted on international relations (IR) very late compared to similar developments throughout the social sciences given the perceived marginality of children to �central� IR discussions of power, sovereignty, and security. A number of IR scholars have engaged with critical security studies and pioneered work that has...[Show more]
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