Families and households

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W V J S R B H D N S L R D W
B P P K Q J E A A O E N N T
W N F W O O M P F H R C Y S
J O O S P T T I C G B Q F U
P A A I S B C L P X O K R K
I A E O D B I R Y S J Q U B
Y R P G F P D E X S P H L X
C I T J I K E M V I O S A N
H E U D O R N L L T L N K U
K S D J R X E A C U L X Y V
P H M Q B O B P O V O W L E
J D U C Y Q A F I W C U M R
C F X L J N R M P U K E K T
H X C V I C V C J Y I K X A

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  • argues that children in the UK have a “toxic childhood” because of computer games, working parents etc. (6)
  • childhood disappearing at a dazzling rate. He blames the media, disappearance of traditional games. He examines the rise of children committing adult crimes. (7)
  • Children are cherished therefore separate from the adult world, childhood is a social construction. (7)
  • counter argues by saying that childhood did exist in the Middle Ages - it’s just different to how we see childhood today. (7)
  • counter argues she says children still play games and have their own separate culture. (4)
  • In non industrial societies less division between adults and children. (8)
  • In the Middle Ages, childhood did not exist - children were mini adults (he used paintings to prove this). (5)

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