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Tobia Fattore's empirical research is in the broad areas of the sociology of childhood and sociology of work. He is currently working on several projects in these areas. This includes a sociological examination of children's well-being, that analyses children's understandings and sense of well-being and how this reflects processes of modernisation. He has undertaken a study of children's work in developed economies that shows how transformations in the world of work have created different opportunities for children for social integration.

He is currently a coordinating lead researcher on the multi-national study Children's Understandings of Well-being - Global and Local Contexts' whichinvolves a qualitative investigation into how children experience well-being from a comparative and global perspective, to explore the relative importance of local, regional and national contexts for children's well-being (see http://www.cuwb.org/).


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Research Outputs

Child well-being

Fattore, T., 2020, (Accepted/In press) The SAGE Encyclopedia of Children and Childhood Studies. Cook, D. T. (ed.). SAGE Publications

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Well-being and quality of life as resources for teaching sociology

Fattore, T., 2020, Teaching quality of life in different domains. Tonon, G. H. (ed.). Springer, Springer Nature, p. 43-59 17 p. (Social Indicators Research Series; no. 79).

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  • 2 Citations (Scopus)

    Children's perspectives on privacy, health and agency: implications for perceptions of sexual harm

    Fattore, T., 2019, The age of consent: young people, sexual abuse and agency. Gleeson, K. & Lumby, C. (eds.). Crawley, Western Australia: UWA Publishing, p. 11-29 19 p.

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  • 12 Citations (Scopus)