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An investigation into the intricacies of the instructional model for early childhood education in rural Thai Child Development Centres (2020)
Thesis
Chongcharoen, D. (2020). An investigation into the intricacies of the instructional model for early childhood education in rural Thai Child Development Centres. (Thesis). Keele University

Thailand’s education system faces a problem with distinct disparities between levels of regional education management. Consequently, urban areas seem to have obvious perceivable advantages over rural area settings. In response to this problem, the ce... Read More about An investigation into the intricacies of the instructional model for early childhood education in rural Thai Child Development Centres.

Selling infant safety: entanglements of childhood preciousness, vulnerability and unpredictability (2014)
Journal Article
Martens, L. (2014). Selling infant safety: entanglements of childhood preciousness, vulnerability and unpredictability. Young Consumers: Insight and Ideas for Responsible Marketers, 15(3), 239-250. https://doi.org/10.1108/yc-10-2013-00409

Purpose This paper aims to examine, through a focus on the practice of child caring, how three qualities of childhood preciousness, vulnerability and unpredictability, are nurtured by being brought together as rationales for product re-design, innov... Read More about Selling infant safety: entanglements of childhood preciousness, vulnerability and unpredictability.

Motherhoods, Markets and Consumption (Ed. L Martens) (2013)
Book
Martens, L. (2013). S. O'Donohoe, M. Hogg, P. Maclaran, L. Martens, & L. Stevens (Eds.). Motherhoods, Markets and Consumption (Ed. L Martens). Taylor and Francis Group. https://doi.org/10.4324/9780203469729

It takes more than a baby to make a mother, and mothers make more than babies. Bringing together a range of international studies, Motherhoods, Markets and Consumption examines how marketing and consumer culture constructs particular images of what m... Read More about Motherhoods, Markets and Consumption (Ed. L Martens).