By Ellen Milnes, A. A. Milne
A quick bedtime tale for enthusiasts of A. A. Milne's vintage Winnie the Pooh.
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Authors such as Lillian Rubin highlighted problems with this approach: The idea that what happens to a child in those early years in the family determines the future is much too simple. It assumes, first, that the child is a passive Theoretical orientations 25 receptacle; second that the experiences of early childhood inevitably dwarf everything that happens afterwards. too much intervenes between infancy and adulthood for the experience in the family alone to govern how a life will be lived. (Rubin cited in Plummer, 2001, p193) One particular approach identified in the research literature that relates this ‘sense making’ as having a positive impact on mental health and well-being involves engagement and political participation.
Cornelius similarly identifies the growth of pressure on Spain from its more northerly European neighbours and argues that it was only from the mid-1990s that the Spanish government initiated surveillance of ‘hot-spots’ for illegal immigration. He argues that the European Union ‘have long regarded Spain as one of the weakest points in the EU’s security perimeter’ (Cornelius, 2004, p407). In the early 2000s efforts were made to control the flow of North African and sub-Saharan African migrants by developing partnership arrangements between the EU and a number of ‘sending’ countries.
3 Children at borders This chapter focuses on the position of children seeking to enter industrialised countries as asylum seekers or undocumented migrants. The focus of the chapter is on borders in Southern Europe where thousands regularly attempt to cross from Africa or from the Middle East and South East Asia and the subsequent passage of refugees through parts of Northern Europe. For many, Southern Europe is but a further stepping stone in a journey to Northern Europe and, possibly, North America.
Winnie The Pooh - Ready For Bed, Pooh by Ellen Milnes, A. A. Milne