Juvenile Nation is now out in paperback! The book is one of the first attempts at using a history-of-emotions approach in the history of childhood and the history of Britain and Empire. I am delighted it has been finding a responsive readership since it was first published in 2014.
From the Bloomsbury website:
Chapter 1: Stakeholders of Youth
Chapter 2: Moral and Emotional Consensus
Chapter 3: Domestic Bliss? Husband, Wife and Home
Chapter 4: The Child: Father to the Man?
Chapter 5: Re-casting Imperial Masculinity: Informal Education and the Empire of Domesticity
Chapter 6: Storm and Stress: The ‘Invention’ of Adolescence