Concepts such as participation, influence and the children’s perspective permeate the children’s culture research of today.
The will to listen to the statements of children and try to capture children’s experiences and perceptions of their world is growing stronger.
It is important, positive, creative and encouraging – but concepts also must be discussed and problematised in order to avoid simplifications and empty rhetoric.
In this paper twelve chapters illustrates different aspects of children’s voices in children’s culture.
Together they show a great span between different disciplines and between scholarly and practical/artistical research.
Editor Karin Helander.