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Child Soldiers: Sierra Leone's Revolutionary United Front Paperback – April 30, 2010

ISBN-13: 978-0521693219 ISBN-10: 0521693217 Edition: 1st

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"A captivating description of the abhorrent use of children as weapons in adult wars... Myriam Denov sheds light onto the daily challenges faced by children on the battlefield. She has captured the complexities of the child soldier issue through the unbelievable stories of Sierra Leonean youth. After reading this book you will realize that inaction is no longer an option, we must act now to eradicate the use of child soldiers in the world!"
Roméo Dallaire, Lieutenant-General (Retired); Project Leader, The Child Soldiers Initiative

"Denov's work provides a shining example of too-seldom used participatory research methodology that actively involves those who are the focus of study - in this case, former child soldiers in Sierra Leone. Her lucid and scholarly exploration of processes of militarization and demilitarization is destined to become a prominent work among academics and practitioners in the field of child protection."
Susan McKay, Professor of Women's and International Studies, University of Wyoming

"When children speak and adults actually listen they make us think. No one who reads this remarkable book about the making and unmaking of child soldiers in Sierra Leone will remain unchanged. Taking children out of war is simple compared to the task of taking war out of children and, as this book brilliantly demonstrates, it is a task for which we are all responsible."
Hon. Landon Pearson OC, Director, Landon Pearson Resource Centre for the Study of Childhood and Children's Rights, Carleton University, Canada

"Child Soldiers is a remarkable insight into the inner workings of armed groups in Sierra Leone's 1991-2002 war. It is analytically sophisticated and based on solid and innovative field research. Denov's work challenges conventional wisdom and will be an indispensable component in debates about children's roles in recent conflicts. This book should become required reading for those interested in the study of child soldiers in civil wars."
William Reno, Associate Professor & Director of Graduate Studies, Northwestern University

"Denov has provided an extremely valuable, detailed look at the process of the militarization of children during armed conflict. As she states, the RUF case is too specific to make grand generalizations about child soldiering globally. Her research does, however, add much-needed flesh and blood to the popular images of child soldiers that currently circulate in the international community."
Robert Tynes, University at Albany/SUNY, H-Human-Rights

Book Description

Drawing upon interviews and focus groups with former child soldiers in Sierra Leone, Myriam Denov highlights the diverse experiences of their recruitment and initiation into armed conflict, the physical and ideological training they received, how they coped under situations of duress, and the long-term implications of their participation in war.

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