Childhood ten marker question helpWatch
Many people see childhood as a natural stage of life that is determined by biology. What is expected of children is shaped by their age. However, sociologists suggest that childhood is a social construction. For example, changes in the laws regarding compulsory education and access to the labour market have shaped the experiences of children today.
3. Applying material from ltem A, analyse two ways in which childhood is shaped by laws.
I was thinking of using the hooks of compulsory education and the access to the labour market linking it to children being an economic liability