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Infantmethodologies

Tesar, Marek and Duhn, Iris and Nordstrom, Susan Naomi and Koro, Mirka and Sparrman, Anna and Orrmalm, Alex and Boycott-Garnett, Ruthie and MacRae, Christina and Hackett, Abigail and Kuntz, Aaron M and Trafi-Prats, Laura and Boldt, Gail and Rautio, Pauliina and Ulmer, Jasmine B and Taguchi, Hillevi Lenz and Murris, Karin and Kohan, Walter Omar and Gibbons, Andrew and Arndt, Sonja and Malone, Karen (2021) Infantmethodologies. Educational Philosophy and Theory. ISSN 0013-1857

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Abstract

Infantmethodologies is a concept that was playfully invented to gauge philosophical interest in the intersection between infants (or a chid; or infancy; or childhood) and methodologies (and philosophies, theories and concepts). This provocation aims to debate this intersection and weaves thinkers from around the world in order to generate discussion on the question, ‘How do we study a child’? Asking this question generates further questions: What processes, methodologies, and methods are in place, and when does such an interface occur? What theories, concepts and philosophies come to mind when such a question is asked?

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