volume 40, issue 141, P777-792 2010
DOI: 10.1590/s0100-15742010000300006
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Abstract: CHILDHOOD AND POLITICS. Our culture's attitudes towards children are ambiguous -as found also in the relationship between children and politics. The protective mood that has befallen children over the last two centuries entails their separations from adults -and from the serious business of economics and politics. How do we deal with the dilemma, which as a consequence makes it difficult to have a discourse about children and politics? This article nevertheless makes some reflections over the theme and sugges…

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