By Mario Biggeri, Jerome Ballet, Flavio Comim
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Action is a component of communication, as it can exist only through understanding: one’s action 12 Introduction and Theoretical Perspectives on Children and the CA without others’ understanding is deprived of social existence. Participation in communication may mean both understanding and action, but it is visible only as action. In fact, only action demonstrates participation, as understanding is not visible to others (understanding must be shown or demonstrated through action). Consequently, although individuals participate in communication by both acting and understanding, the idea of participation specifically implies that they are active.
In Chapter 14, JungA Uhm, Ferdinand Lewis and Tridib Banerjee present a theoretical exploration of children’s environmental capabilities by incorporating Kevin Lynch’s ideas about the structure of a “good city” into the current discourse on Amartya Sen’s Capability Theory. Using Lynch’s performance dimensions as a normative framework, the chapter discusses how the design of the built environment could be better informed by current thinking on the CA, especially as it pertains to children and their development.
The concept of agency captures the ability to pursue goals that one values and has reason to value. g. 10 It is important to note, however, that normally children are not consulted and in the meaning of an active actor in society given by the participation of adults. 11 The CA addresses human and social diversity positively. It allows for more flexibility and adaptation to different personal capacities (talent, skills and 8 Introduction and Theoretical Perspectives on Children and the CA personal characteristics) and different cultural and societal contexts and thus “acknowledge[es] that different people, cultures and societies may have different values and aspirations” (Clark, 2006: 36).
Children and the Capability Approach (Studies in Childhood and Youth) by Mario Biggeri, Jerome Ballet, Flavio Comim