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On My Honour: Guides and Scouts in Interwar Britain

The article was published on 2002-01-01 and is currently open access. It has received 51 citations till now. The article focuses on the topics: Honour.

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The Modern Woman in The Mirror: Modernity and the New Zealand Women's Magazine, 1922-1932

TL;DR: The Ladies' Mirror as mentioned in this paper was the first women's magazine published in New Zealand, and it was published in 1922 in Auckland, New Zealand and it contained a wide array of content, including fashion notes, housekeeping advice, and social and political discussion pieces.
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Discipline and Punish at Camp: Citizenship and the Issue of Violence at a Swedish Boy Scout Camp

TL;DR: In this article, the authors examined reports of physical punishment at the national Swedish Boy Scout camp Avatyr in 1950 and found that these acts of punishment related to the Boy Scouts' scheme of citizenship instruction.
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"Only Send Boys of the Good Type": Child Migration and the Boy Scout Movement, 1921-1959

TL;DR: This article argued that the Boy Scout ideal which underpinned the migration program consisted of three main tenets: first, the empire was a mutually beneficial partnership; second, that the future success of the empire depended on the leadership of the white dominions; and third, the imperial vision relied on the myth of the frontier, which inspired thousands of youths to migrate even in the face of harsh economic realities.
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Lady Albemarle’s youth workers: contested professional identities in English youth work 1958-1985

TL;DR: The authors examines tensions and developments in youth work following the Albemarle Report in 1960, which sought to revive the flagging youth service, using oral history interviews with former youth workers.