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2016 | 7 | 1 | 107 – 121
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AT SEA: WHAT DIRECTION FOR CRITICAL EARLY CHILDHOOD RESEARCH?

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In this paper the author reflects on the dilemma critical early childhood research finds itself in today. In order to distinguish and distance ourselves from the certainties and seemingly unquestionable truths of post-political, mainstream, ‘normalised’ research and its entanglement with neoliberal agendas and corporate interests, have we rendered ourselves irrelevant in the struggle for social justice that once formed the basis for critical inquiry in our field? What hope can there be to (re-)claim the political in our research, and what new (and old) alliances can we count on?
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7
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107 – 121
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  • University of Roehampton, Early Childhood Research Centre, School of Education, Roehampton Lane, SW15 5PU, London, UK, mathias.urban@roehampton.ac.uk
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