Introduction to Biopolitics, Risk and Childhood A Genealogy of Family Life and Childhood Governance Risk, Biopolitics, and Bioeconomics Biopolitical Sorting Strategies: Comparing Social-Welfare and Neoliberal Problem-Solution Frames Biopower, Security, and Development Concluding Chapter on Children and the 21st Century: Risky Economies
MAJIA HOLMER NADESAN is an Associate Professor at Arizona State University, USA.
"Majia Holmer Nadesan's Governing Childhood into the 21st Century examines the biopolitical risks of children by a neoliberal individualized risk management regime to reveal the new vulnerabilities and dependencies of the poor under social welfare. This is a thoughtful, carefully-argued treatise that ought to become required reading for students of social policy and education." - Michael A. Peters, Professor of Educational Policy Studies, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign