What theoretical and methodological advantages might be derived from child-focused ethnography? Use ethnographic examples from these sources.
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Viegas, Susana de Matos. 2003. “Eating with Your Favourite Mother: Time and Sociality in a South Amerindian Community (South of Bahia/Brazil).” Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 9, no. 1: 21–37.