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Finally, there were ten mother-child households in which the organization was managed jointly. Age appeared to be only weakly related to organization: children’s daily lives are organized by mother somewhat more often when the child is younger, and children themselves are more active with the management of their daily course of activities and social contacts when they are older. 1 Patterns of children’s daily life Child’s everyday life in relation to mother’s Organization of child’s everyday life Jointly By child Autonomous Integrated By mother 4 3 2 6 2 8 girls among both the co-organized and self-organized children than among the mother-organized.
We suggest that a combination of these approaches, aiming to describe participants’ methods for making sense and organizing co-present activity in a way that is informed by a critical concern for the relationship between action and social structure, represents the best means for forwarding the competence paradigm in the social study of childhood. 7 But there remains enormous scope for future explorations in this mode of situating children’s social competence, both in the arenas of action we have identified and in others yet to be explored.
C. (1986) ‘Studying children: Phenomenological insights’, Human Studies, 9, pp. 71–82. C. (1991) Studying the Social Worlds of Children: Sociological Readings, London: Falmer Press. WALKERDINE, V. , VENN, C. and WALKERDINE, V. (eds) Changing the Subject: Psychology, Social Regulation and Subjectivity, London: Methuen. Part I Competence and Family Structures Chapter 2 Children and the Family Order: Constraints and Competencies Leena Alanen Introduction A denaturalization of children and childhood takes place when children begin to be seen as real and active members of the societies in which they live.