Children as participants in practices: the challenges which practice theories pose to an actor-centred sociology of childhood

Bollig S, Kelle H (2016)
In: Reconceptualising Agency and Childhood: New Perspectives in Childhood Studies. Esser F, Baader MS, Betz T, Hungerland B (Eds); Routledge research in education, 161. London/New York: Routledge: 34-47.

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Reconceptualising Agency and Childhood: New Perspectives in Childhood Studies
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Bollig S, Kelle H. Children as participants in practices: the challenges which practice theories pose to an actor-centred sociology of childhood. In: Esser F, Baader MS, Betz T, Hungerland B, eds. Reconceptualising Agency and Childhood: New Perspectives in Childhood Studies. Routledge research in education. Vol 161. London/New York: Routledge; 2016: 34-47.
Bollig, S., & Kelle, H. (2016). Children as participants in practices: the challenges which practice theories pose to an actor-centred sociology of childhood. In F. Esser, M. S. Baader, T. Betz, & B. Hungerland (Eds.), Routledge research in education: Vol. 161. Reconceptualising Agency and Childhood: New Perspectives in Childhood Studies (pp. 34-47). London/New York: Routledge.
Bollig, S., and Kelle, H. (2016). “Children as participants in practices: the challenges which practice theories pose to an actor-centred sociology of childhood” in Reconceptualising Agency and Childhood: New Perspectives in Childhood Studies, Esser, F., Baader, M. S., Betz, T., and Hungerland, B. eds. Routledge research in education, vol. 161, (London/New York: Routledge), 34-47.
Bollig, S., & Kelle, H., 2016. Children as participants in practices: the challenges which practice theories pose to an actor-centred sociology of childhood. In F. Esser, et al., eds. Reconceptualising Agency and Childhood: New Perspectives in Childhood Studies. Routledge research in education. no.161 London/New York: Routledge, pp. 34-47.
S. Bollig and H. Kelle, “Children as participants in practices: the challenges which practice theories pose to an actor-centred sociology of childhood”, Reconceptualising Agency and Childhood: New Perspectives in Childhood Studies, F. Esser, et al., eds., Routledge research in education, vol. 161, London/New York: Routledge, 2016, pp.34-47.
Bollig, S., Kelle, H.: Children as participants in practices: the challenges which practice theories pose to an actor-centred sociology of childhood. In: Esser, F., Baader, M.S., Betz, T., and Hungerland, B. (eds.) Reconceptualising Agency and Childhood: New Perspectives in Childhood Studies. Routledge research in education. 161, p. 34-47. Routledge, London/New York (2016).
Bollig, Sabine, and Kelle, Helga. “Children as participants in practices: the challenges which practice theories pose to an actor-centred sociology of childhood”. Reconceptualising Agency and Childhood: New Perspectives in Childhood Studies. Ed. Florian Esser, Meike S. Baader, Tanja Betz, and Beatrice Hungerland. London/New York: Routledge, 2016.Vol. 161. Routledge research in education. 34-47.

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