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The culture created by children and children’s participation -seminar Thursday, June 17th 2004 at STAKES -house
Seminar papers (publ. on web in 15.09.04

Annu Tuovila. 2003. "I Play Entirely for My Own Joy!" A longitudinal study on music making and music school studies of 7 to 13-year-old children. Sibelius Academy. DocMus Department. Dissertation Abstract ->

The culture created by children and children's participation
-Discussions on children's peer relations, agency, play and narratives

- seminar on Thursday June 17th 2004 at the National Research and Development Centre for Welfare and Health (STAK)ES), Helsinki, Finland.

Social innovations, adults and children
Vappu Taipale, Director General of Stakes, Professor. Finland.

We're Friends, Right? Inside Kid's Culture
William Corsaro, Professor, PhD. Indiana University. USA.

Fetal learning - a bridge over birth
Minna Huotilainen, PhD. University Of Helsinki. Finland.

Brazilian children at play: Interactional dynamics as a locus for the construction of culture
Ana Maria Almeida Carvalho, Associate Professor, PhD. University of São Paulo, Brazil.

Children Reading and Talking Television
Anja Riitta Lahikainen, Professor; Jukka Partanen, Mira Roine, Satu Valkonen, University of Tampere, Finland

Theoretical-methodological discussions and presentations of cases Collaboration of children during spontaneous activities - explorations of children's activities within a relational and systemic perspective
Eeva-Liisa Kronqvist, PhD., University of Oulu. Finland.

Playing reality into being - Linguistic regularities within LEGO play
Berit Overå Johannesen, MAPsyc. Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway.

Designing physically and vocally interactive computer games together with children
Johanna Höysniemi, MS.c. Tech. Finland.

Storycrafting with children - A key to listening and to sharing
Liisa Karlsson, PhD. The Mannerheim League for Child Welfare, Finland.

Stories in 8 to 12 year old children's pretend play
Reeli Karimäki, MA, University of Helsinki. Finland

Is there "free play"? Example of a researcher as constructing limits and possibilities for children's actions
Niina Rutanen, MEd. University of Helsinki, Finland

Joint pretend play originates in imitation and creativity. Three examples of children's own play
Monika Riihelä, PhD. STAKES, Finland

Conclusions
Monika Riihelä, PhD. STAKES, Finland

Seminar was organised by Children are Telling -group and Child Network at Stakes, Research Unit of Family and Childhood Studies from the University of Tampere, and the University of Oulu.

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