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Title Children and youth on the front line : ethnography, armed conflict and displacement / edited by Jo Boyden and Joanna de Berry.
Imprint New York : Berghahn Books, 2004.

LOCATION CALL # STATUS MESSAGE
 OTTERBEIN MAIN COLLECTION  HQ784.W3 C535 2004    AVAILABLE  
LOCATION CALL # STATUS MESSAGE
 OTTERBEIN MAIN COLLECTION  HQ784.W3 C535 2004    AVAILABLE  
Series Studies in forced migration ; v. 14
Studies in forced migration ; v. 14.
Subject Children and war.
Children -- Relocation.
Children and violence.
Child soldiers.
Child psychology.
Alt Name Boyden, Jo.
Berry, Joanna de.
Description xxvii, 274 pages ; 24 cm.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Separated children: care and support in context / Gilian Mann -- Cultural disruption and the care of infants in post-war Mozambique / Vitor Igreja -- The sexual vulnerability of adolescent girls during civil war in Teso, Uganda / Joanna de Berry -- A neglected perspective: adolescent girls' experiences of the Kosovo Conflict of 1999 / Aisling Swaine with Thomas Feeny -- The use of patriarchal imagery in the civil war in Mozambique and its implications for the reintegration of child soldiers / Jessica Schafer -- Girls with guns: narrating the experience of war of FRELIMO's 'Female Detachment' / Harry G. West -- Children, impunity and justice: some dilemmas from Northern Uganda / Andrew Mawson -- Children in the grey spaces between war and peace: the uncertain truth of memory acts / Krisjon Rae Olson -- Beyond struggle and aid: children's identities in a Palestinian refugee camp in Jordan / Jason Hart -- Researching young people's experiences of war: participatory methods and the trauma discourse in Angola / Carola Eyber and Alastair Ager -- Fluid research fields: studying excombantant youth in the aftermath of the Liberian civil war / Mats Utas -- Anthropology under fire: ethics, researchers and children in war / Jo Boyden -- 'Where wings take dream': on children in the work of war and the war of work / Pamela Reynolds.
ISBN 1571818839 (alk. paper)
9781571818836 (alk. paper)
OCLC # 53191376
Table of Contents
 Introduction / Jo Boyden, Joanna de Berry 
1Separated children : care and support in context / Gillian Mann3
2Cultural disruption and the care of infants in post-war Mozambique / Victor Igreja23
3The sexual vulnerability of adolescent girls during Civil War in Teso, Uganda / Joanna de Berry45
4A neglected perspective : adolescent girls' experiences of the Kosovo conflict of 1999 / Aisling Swaine, Thomas Feeny63
5The use of patriarchal imagery in the Civil War in Mozambique and its implications for the reintegration of child soldiers / Jessica Schafer87
6Girls with guns : narrating the experience of war of FRELIMO's 'female detachment' / Harry G. West105
7Children's impunity and justice : some dilemmas from Northern Uganda / Andrew Mawson130
8Children in the grey spaces between war and peace : the uncertain truth of memory acts / Krisjon Rae Olson145
9Beyond struggle and aid : children's identities in a Palestinian Refugee Camp in Jordan / Jason Hart167
10Researching young people's experiences of war : participatory methods and the trauma discourse in Angola / Carola Eyber, Alastair Ager189
11Fluid research fields : studying excombatant youth in the aftermath of the Liberian Civil War / Mats Utas209
12Anthropology under fire : ethics, researchers and children in war / Jo Boyden237
13'Where wings take dream' : on children in the work of war and the war of work / Pamela Reynolds262


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