To what extent do children shape their own spaces and relationships? Discuss this question in relation to the school and the home/family.

To what extent do children shape their own spaces and relationships? Discuss this question in relation to the school and the home/family.
Relevant materials- only THESE MATERIALS ARE ALLOWED TO BE USED FOR THE WRITING OF THIS ESSAY.NO other Materials PLS.
Chapters of Book 3: Clark, A. (ed.) (2013) Childhoods in context, Bristol, Policy Press/Milton Keynes, The Open University, especially Chapters 1 WHICH YOU CAN FIND ONLINE ON https://books.google.co.uk and in the search box please paste this – children in and out of place by alison clark and lesley gallacher
Chapters 2, 4 and 5 i have attached as pdf files.
Online activities and audiovisual material in Units 13, 14 and 16 i have attached as well.
Notes and comments you have made in response to Block 3 activities asking you to reflect on key themes around children’s experiences of home, family and school.
Suggested approach
this question requires an essay-based response that develops an argument designed to answer the question, including an introduction and conclusion. The comparative element of this question is important to bear in mind as you are planning and writing your answer: you will need to consider the similarities and differences between children’s experiences within the home/family, and within the school.
In your evaluation of the extent to which children are active in shaping their relationships and the places they inhabit, you will also need to consider the other side of the question. In what ways is children’s use of space shaped or controlled by adults, for example, in the school dining hall or classroom? How do adults control relationships within the school and family?
You may want to consider formal ways of shaping places, particularly in the school, such as participation in the design process of schools or school councils. You should also consider informal ways of shaping places, such as places being given particular meaning within primary school playgrounds.
Include in-text references to relevant material where appropriate, and at the end add a list of references, in Harvard style.

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