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1

What are the various understandings of childhood over the centuries? How are these connected to discourses on risk?

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2

How are coaches affected by risk discourse?

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3

How is risk socially constructed?

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4

What does it mean to say risk is neither objective nor subjective?

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5

Pre 1800s: children viewed as...

- adult in training
- mini- adults

6

1800s: children viewed as...

- unfinished
- need help
- supervision/surveillance
- innocent
- public concern for public safety
- mainly by mothers

7

1900s: children viewed as...

- public child
- medical discourses: prevention, protection, statistical data
- playground movement

8

Discursive power = ____ or ____ not _____.

- disciplinary
- bio
- sovereign

9

It is not simply that childhood and adolescence are produced in particular ways in and through these _____ of risk. It is also that these discourses intersect with _____ and symbolic _____ and ______.

- discourses
- material
- products
- practices

10

Product/producer contexts:

- historical
- social
- political

11

Risk is produced within, and (re)productive of, patterns of ____ ______, ______ ______, and broader systems of ______ ______.

- social relations
- regulatory schemas
- power relations

12

Risk and children are ____ constructed (ie. _____).

- socially
- discursive

13

Risk isn't ____ or _____. It is ____ and _____.

- objective
- subjective
- real
- discursive

14

What counts as ____ changes over the years, thus it isn't ____.

- risk
- objective

15

What any one person thinks ____ is at a given moment does not change whether they are at risk, thus it isn't _____.

- risk
- subjective