Introduction: Quality in Early Childhood Education and Care (ECEC) : Ratings and Systems Performances of Global Erasure and Governmentality / Gaile S. Cannella -- chapter one. "Readiness" as Central to the (Re)production of Quality Discourses in the United States : An Early Childhood Public Policy Analysis / Michelle Salazar Pérez and Betsy Cahill -- chapter two. Power and the Framing of Quality Discourses in Early Childhood Education and Care : A Case Study of Arizona's Proposition 203 / Lisa Miller -- chapter three. Discourses of Governmentality in Early Childhood Care and Education Policy in Aotearoa New Zealand / Jenny Ritchie -- chapter four. The Determinants of "Quality" in Aotearoa/New Zealand : Māori Perspectives / Mere Skerrett -- chapter five. Starting Wrong? : The Trouble with a Debate That Just Won't Go Away / Mathias Urban -- chapter six. The Dangers of the Neoliberal Imaginary of Quality : The Making of Early Childhood Education and Care as a Service Industry / I-Fang Lee -- chapter seven. Reconfiguring Quality : Experiment/t(h)ing with Quality as Matter in Norwegian Early Childhood Education and Care / Ann Merete Otterstad, Marcela Montserrat Fonseca Bustos, and Camilla Eline Andersen -- chapter eight. Reconfiguring Quality : Beyond Discourses and Subjectivities to Matter, Bodies and Becomings in Early Childhood Education / Jayne Osgood and Red Ruby Scarlet/Miriam Giugni -- chapter nine. Qualities of Inuit Early Childhood Education in the Era of the Anthropocene / Mary Caroline Rowan
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