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Social Geographies of Education: Looking Within, and Beyond, School Boundaries
This article provides an introduction to, and review of, the literature that takes seriously the sociospatial dimensions of schooling, and discusses the linkages between schools and broader communities, suggesting that schools are places of considerable social and political significance.
The safe journeys of an enterprising school: negotiating landscapes of opportunity and risk.
Geographies of inequality: child pedestrian injury and walking school buses in Auckland, New Zealand.
Walking school buses in the Auckland region: a longitudinal assessment
Understanding modal choice for the trip to school
Under curfew and under siege? Legal geographies of young people
Nuances of neighbourhood: Children’s perceptions of the space between home and school in Auckland, New Zealand
The walking school bus: extending children's geographies?
In many Western cities, the journey between home and school has become problematic, due to intensifying traffic and growing fears for children's safety. Accordingly, many parents now chauffeur their…
Uninterrupted Views: Real-Estate Advertising and Changing Perspectives on Coastal Property in New Zealand
This paper considers the landscape of coastal property in New Zealand through the lens of real-estate advertising. In analyzing a sample of 236 newspaper advertisements, it connects representations…
Prevalence and Causes of Urban Homelessness Among Indigenous Peoples: A Three-Country Scoping Review
A scoping review was carried out to investigate the prevalence and causes of urban homelessness among Indigenous peoples in Canada, Australia and New Zealand. Relevant information was sought from…