The Missing Child in Canadian Sociology: Is It Time for Change?

  • Patrizia Albanese
Keywords: sociology

Author Biography

Patrizia Albanese

Patrizia Albanese is Associate Professor of sociology at Ryerson University and author of Children in Canada (Oxford UP, 2009), Child Poverty in Canada (Oxford UP, 2010), and Mothers of the Nation: Women, Families and Nationalism in Twentieth Century Europe (U of Toronto P, 2006); and co-editor of the second edition of Sociology: A Canadian Perspective (with Tepperman and Curtis, 2008). She is currently doing (SSHRC-funded) research on child care in rural and semi-rural Ontario and Quebec, and on youth in military families. She teaches an undergraduate sociology course on children in Canada, and has taught a graduate course on Canadian policies affecting children in the master’s program in Early Childhood Studies at Ryerson University.

Published
2010-01-05
How to Cite
Albanese, P. (2010). The Missing Child in Canadian Sociology: Is It Time for Change?. Jeunesse: Young People, Texts, Cultures, 1(2). Retrieved from http://jeunessejournal.ca/index.php/yptc/article/view/8
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