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In search of Thule children : miniature playthings as a means of socializing children

  title={In search of Thule children : miniature playthings as a means of socializing children},
  author={Mariane Hardenberg},
During the last decade, the study of the individual and the transmission of knowledge and learning have become an essential concern in prehistoric archaeology. However, the child, as an individual agent who participates in the entirety of social contexts, is often absent or passive in prehistoric connection. The archaeology of children contributes to make children more visible by examining the child's world through the study of the archaeological correlates of their activities. This thesis… Expand
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