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Retorts, Runaways and Riots: Patterns of Resistance in Canadian Reform Schools for Girls, 1930-60
This article examines female adolescents' experience of Canadian reform school for girls between 1930 and 1960. Myers and Sangster challenge the prevailing characterization of delinquent girls asExpand
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Didactic Sudden Death: Children, Police, and Teaching Citizenship in the Age of Automobility
This article explores the use of sudden death narratives to teach children lessons of safety and citizenship in mid-twentieth century North America. Police departments deployed images of public childExpand
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DIDACTIC SUDDEN DE ATH : CHILDREN, POLICE , AND TE ACHING CITIZENSHIP IN THE AGE OF AUTOMOBILIT Y
����� ��� I n postwar North America, the first day of school held great meaning for a generation considered “born at the right time.” Imbued with the promise of fresh beginnings and the possibilityExpand
Embodying Delinquency: Boys' Bodies, Sexuality, and Juvenile Justice History in Early-Twentieth-Century Quebec
In this essay I turn to the Montreal juvenile court records which provided me with countless stories of girls sexuality and ask Where are the boys? I found a not insignificant body of evidenceExpand
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