By H. Warming
This booklet severely analyzes and theorizes belief dynamics in kid's lives and the way they effect upon kid's participation, citizenship and health, drawing on a wealth of empirical facts that examines belief in quite a few institutional and cultural contexts.
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P. Boele van Hensbroek (2010) ‘The agendas of cultural citizenship: A political-theoretical exercise. Introduction’, Citizenship Studies, 14(3): 245–57. Warming, H. (2012) ‘Theorizing (adult’s facilitation of) children’s participation and citizenship’ in C. ) Facilitation of Children’s Participation and Citizenship, Routledge, pp. 30–48. 2 Adult Trust and Children’s Democratic Participation Jo Moran-Ellis and Heinz Sünker This chapter considers the role played by adult trust in relation to children’s democratic participation.
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Furthermore, it was argued that women’s interests were already represented by the males in their households and through a tutelary, rather than an electoral, connection (Przeworski, 2009). The same arguments of incompetence and dependence are now advanced in contemporary debates about lowering the age of voting to enfranchise young people. Chan and Clayton (2006) for example claim that:11 The worry about extending the franchise is not that sixteen and seventeen-year-olds would not use their vote, but that too many of Jo Moran-Ellis and Heinz Sünker 43 them would vote and do so incompetently, in a way that would be detrimental to our democracy.