Parents as 'educators': languages of education, pedagogy and 'parenting'

Ethics and Education 6 (2):197-212 (2011)
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In this article, we explore to what extent parents should be ?educators? of their children. In the course of this exploration, we offer some examples of these practices and ways of speaking and thinking, indicate some of the problems and limitations they import into our understanding of the parent?child relationship, and make some tentative suggestions towards an alternative way of thinking about this relationship.
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W. A. Hart (1993). Children Are Not Meant to Be Studied …. Journal of Philosophy of Education 27 (1):17–27.

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