Human rights in childrens literature imagination and the narrative of law todres jonathan higinbotham sarah isbn 9780190493189 kostenloser versand fur alle bucher mit versand und verkauf duch amazon. Human rights in childrens literature investigates childrens rights under international law identity and family rights the right to be heard the right to be free from discrimination and other civil political economic social and cultural rights and considers the way in which those rights are embedded in childrens literature from peter rabbit to horton hears a who to harry potter. It is this very conviction in the distinct rights granted to children that motivates jonathan todres and sarah higginbothams study human rights in childrens literature imagination and the narrative of the law as the authors make clear in the introduction this book is intended to familiarise readers with the history and contents of the first international treaty on childrens rights . This book explores how children can grow to realize their rights and to respect the rights of others through childrens literature both international law and domestic law affirm that children have rights human rights education research demonstrates that when children learn about human rights they exhibit greater self esteem and respect for the rights of others the convention on the rights of the child the most widely ratified human rights treaty in history not only ensures that . Human rights in childrens literature imagination and the narrative of law by jonathan todres and sarah higinbotham new york ny oxford university press 2016 320 pp 75 hardcover
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