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090    H1 .A4 vol. 633 
090    H1|b.A4 vol. 633 
245 04 The child as citizen /|cspecial editor, Felton Earls ; 
       Phyllis Kaniss, executive editor. 
260    Thousand Oaks, CA :|bSAGE Publications,|cc2011. 
300    264 p. :|bill. 
490 1  Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social 
       Science,|x0002-7162 ;|vv. 633 
500    "January 2011." 
504    Includes bibliographical references. 
505 00 |tChildren : from rights to citizenship /|rFelton Earls --
       |tA historical context for the United Nations Convention 
       on the Rights of the Child /|rPaula S. Fass. --
       |tMultigenerational citizenship : the importance of 
       recognizing children as national and international 
       citizens /|rGeraldine Van Bueren --|tPublic policies and 
       child rights : entering the third decade of the Convention
       on the Rights of the Child  /|rMarta Mauras --|tThe 
       promise of citizenship for Brazilian children : what has 
       changed? /|rIrene Rizzini --|tRatification by the United 
       States of the Convention on the Rights of the Child : pros
       and cons from a child's rights perspectives /|rElizabeth 
       Bartholet --|tChildren in the United States of America : a
       statistical portrait by race-ethnicity, immigrant origins,
       and language /|rDonald J. Hernandez, Nancy A. Denton, and 
       Victoria L. Blanchard --|tChildren and the rights of 
       citizens : nondomination and intergenerational justice /
       |rJames Bohman --|tThe child as democratic citizen /
       |rAndrew Rehfeld --|tTo be (come) or not to be (come) : 
       understanding children's citizenship /|rAllison James --
       |tParticipatory niches for emergent citizenship in early 
       adolescence : an international perspective /|rJudith 
       Torney-Purta and Jo-Ann Amadeo --|tAmerican sixteen- and 
       seventeen-year olds are ready to vote /|rDaniel Hart and 
       Robert Atkins --|tAdolescents as deliberative citizens : 
       building health competence in local communities /|rMary 
       Carlson and Felton Earls -- Promoting children's 
       capacities for active and deliberative citizenship with 
       digital technologies : the CADE Project in Costa Rica /
       |rClotilde Fonesca and Maria Eugenia Bujanda -- Appendix :
       Time line of children's rights. 
530    Also issued online 
630 00 Convention on the Rights of the Child|d(1989 November 20) 
650  0 Children's rights|xPolitical aspects. 
650  0 Citizenship. 
650  0 Children|xPolitical activity. 
650  0 Political rights. 
650  0 Socialization|xPolitical aspects. 
650  0 Teenagers|xSuffrage. 
655  7 Electronic books|xSocial sciences.|2local 
655  7 Electronic books|xSociology.|2local 
655  7 Electronic books|xPolitical science.|2local 
700 1  Earls, Felton. 
710 2  American Academy of Political and Social Science. 
830  0 Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social 
       Science ;|vv. 633. 
856 41 |uhttp://ann.sagepub.com/content/633/1.toc 
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