Realist by inclination, childhood studies, dialectic and bodily concerns: an interview with Priscilla Alderson

Journal of Critical Realism 22 (1):122-159 (2022)
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Abstract

In this wide-ranging interview Priscilla Alderson discusses how she came to research parental and childhood consent and became a sociologist and how, late in her career, she became convenor of the critical realism group started by Roy Bhaskar at the Institute for Education in London. She discusses aspects of her seminal research over the years on multiple subjects, such as the rights of children, and reflects on what critical realism has added to her social research.

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