|Appears in Collections:||Faculty of Social Sciences Journal Articles|
|Peer Review Status:||Refereed|
|Title:||Caring as a Moral, Practical and Powerful Endeavour: Peer Care in a Cambodian Orphanage|
|Citation:||Emond R (2010) Caring as a Moral, Practical and Powerful Endeavour: Peer Care in a Cambodian Orphanage, British Journal of Social Work, 40 (1), pp. 63-81.|
|Abstract:||Research on children's participation in domestic life has tended to focus on the experiences of those living within families. This article reports on a pilot project, undertaken in one Cambodian orphanage, which focused on the care that children provided to themselves and to one another. It argues that not only were such care practices manifest, but they were understood by children to contribute to their power and status within the orphanage as well as the construction of their individual moral self-identities. The boundaries of relationships between children were defined and redefined through care-related actions.|
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