I am currently writing an overview on 'the ethnography of children' for an undergraduate textbook (in Japanese) that tries to describe how ethnographic methods and writing have evolved since the 'cultural turn'.
What would you give as the key 'shifts' in the development of ethnographic studies of children? (an obvious one would be the shift towards the child-centred approach?)
What ethnographic works of children or childhood would you recommend as definers/exemplars of key theoretical/methodological paradigms? (e.g. the 'postmodern' paradigm?)
I would be grateful for any suggestions of references! Thank you for your help!