Gender rights in early childhood

Swaminathan, Mina (2014) Gender rights in early childhood. Learning Curve (22). pp. 22-26.

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Early childhood, the period from conception up to the age of about six years, is now known to be the most significant stage of life, from the point of view of human development, and neglect or trauma at this stage can lead to serious damage, sometimes permanent. Five issues can be conceptualized as the rights of the young child, seen from a gender perspective, or, to put it differently, gender discrimination through the young child's lens.

Item Type: Articles in APF Magazines
Authors: Swaminathan, Mina
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Uncontrolled Keywords: Gender, Early childhood, Early childhood care
Subjects: Social sciences > Sociology & anthropology > Groups of people
Social sciences > Groups of people
Divisions: Azim Premji University > University Publications > Learning Curve
Full Text Status: Public
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