Other(ed) childhoodsCitation formats

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Other(ed) childhoods : Supplementary schools and the politics of learning. / Wilson, Helen F.; Burman, Erica; Miles, Susie; Warren, Saskia.

Intersectionality and Difference in Childhood and Youth: Global Perspectives. Taylor & Francis, 2019. p. 79-93.

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Harvard

Wilson, HF, Burman, E, Miles, S & Warren, S 2019, Other(ed) childhoods: Supplementary schools and the politics of learning. in Intersectionality and Difference in Childhood and Youth: Global Perspectives. Taylor & Francis, pp. 79-93. https://doi.org/10.4324/9780429466588-6

APA

Wilson, H. F., Burman, E., Miles, S., & Warren, S. (2019). Other(ed) childhoods: Supplementary schools and the politics of learning. In Intersectionality and Difference in Childhood and Youth: Global Perspectives (pp. 79-93). Taylor & Francis. https://doi.org/10.4324/9780429466588-6

Vancouver

Wilson HF, Burman E, Miles S, Warren S. Other(ed) childhoods: Supplementary schools and the politics of learning. In Intersectionality and Difference in Childhood and Youth: Global Perspectives. Taylor & Francis. 2019. p. 79-93 https://doi.org/10.4324/9780429466588-6

Author

Wilson, Helen F. ; Burman, Erica ; Miles, Susie ; Warren, Saskia. / Other(ed) childhoods : Supplementary schools and the politics of learning. Intersectionality and Difference in Childhood and Youth: Global Perspectives. Taylor & Francis, 2019. pp. 79-93

Bibtex

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