Tobin builds upon Steve Schultz's argument that young children’s resisting authority in preschool is a rehearsal or training ground for resisting authority later in life. Using this perspective, this article turns to theories of power and resistance to help us understand everyday events in preschools, and to suggest implications for the choices we make as adults who work with young children.
Tobin, J. (2005). Everyday Tactics and the Carnavalesque: New Lenses For Viewing Resistance in Preschool. Occasional Paper Series, 2005 (14). Retrieved from https://educate.bankstreet.edu/occasional-paper-series/vol2005/iss14/5