Welcome to the guide for the subject, Concepts of Childhood.
This page offers a small selection of unique resources and connects you to a range of existing guides.
You can navigate to the other relevant guides, using the internal tabs at the top of the guide.
These search strategies will lead you to resources to support your understanding of the concepts of childhood.
Some of the search terms may be useful for including in search statements for finding journal articles.
Oxford Bibliographies - Childhood Studies offers a range of individual Bibliographies on topics which examine modern and historical conceptions of Childhood, each annotated bibliography includes a range of articles addressing themes and topics.
A selection of topics
Discovery Search is a great place to start your searches for journal articles. If your topic isn't covered well in Discovery you may need to repeat your search in some of these specialist databases.
If you are searching from home or somewhere other than a computer at the campus, you need to set preferences in Google Scholar to activate access to full text for free via the Library.
Follow these steps to make the Find it @ UniMelb links visible in Google Scholar.
Go to Google Scholar http://scholar.google.com
Select the menu button in the top left corner of the page
Select the Settings option in the menu.
On the next screen, select the Library links option on the left.
Type, University of Melbourne Library in the search box > then select the search button.
Tick the checkbox next to the option: University of Melbourne Library - Find It@UniMelb
Select the Save button (Cookies must be enabled for your browser to remember your settings for future use)
The Find it @ UniMelb links will now appear in Google Scholar search results - use these to connect to the full-text
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