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Geographies of exclusion.
Some of the key findings with regard to exclusion, stigma and the role of these voluntary sector support services in offering an alternative, safe 'community' to people with mental health problems are reported.
Entanglements of Power: Geographies of Domination/Resistance
1. Entanglements of Power: Geographies of Domination/Resistance 2. Victorian Sexuality and the Moralisation of Cremorne Gardens 3. Power as Friendship: Spatiality, Femininity and 'Noisy Surveillance'
Animal Spaces, Beastly Places: New Geographies of Human-animal Relations
Examines how animals interact and relate with people in different ways. Using a comprehensive range of examples, which include feral cats and wild wolves, to domestic animals and intensively farmed
'To Go Back up the Side Hill': Memories, Imaginations and Reveries of Childhood
This paper offers theoretical reflections on how adult researchers access, process and represent the 'worlds' of children and childhood. Recognising previous claims and warnings issued by
Approaching Human Geography: An Introduction to Contemporary Theoretical Debates
Introduction Changing Approaches to Human Geography Changing Times and Development of Marxist Approaches to Human Geography since the Late 1960s Still Relevant and Radical After All These Years?
Playful spaces? a social geography of children's play in Livingston, Scotland
It is often assumed that ‘play’ is an unproblematic category of children's activity, but consideration should be given to whether it is really an adult construction full of questionable assumptions
Social geographies of rural mental health: experiencing inclusions and exclusions
A dominant urban focus in previous research on the social geographies of mental health has obscured the experiences of people with mental health problems living in rural localities. Critiquing this