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Defining an agenda for the geography of children: review and prospect
There is still only a limited development of a solidly grounded social and cultural geography prepared to conceptualize children as a neglected social grouping undergoing various forms of
Citizenship, Youth Councils and Young People's Participation
This article focuses upon what has become the most favoured response by statutory and voluntary agencies for encouraging youth participation at a local level within the UK—the setting up of youth
The geography of children: some ethical and methodological considerations for project and dissertation work
With the 'cultural turn' in geography children have been positioned on the geographical agenda. There is an evident and growing interest amongst undergraduates in the geography of children as a topic
Children and regeneration: setting an agenda for community participation and integration
Unlike other marginalised groups children are often not in a position to enter into dialogue with adults about their community needs and environmental concerns. Despite the current emphasis on
Modelling Access with GIS in Urban Systems (MAGUS): capturing the experiences of wheelchair users
This model acts both as a navigational device for wheelchairs users 2013 enabling them to make informed route choices through urban places and as a decision support and planning tool for urban planners 2013 making visible the ways in which built environments are often distorted and hostile spaces for wheelchair users.
Cultural geography draws attention to the position of ‘insider’ and ‘outsider’ groups in society, each with their own ‘ways of seeing’. This article focuses on a significant outsider group, who have
‘They don’t like girls hanging around there’: conflicts over recreational space in rural Northamptonshire
This paper provides new insights into girls' use of recreational spaces within rural areas. We draw upon data from in-depth discussion work with 10–14 year old girls undertaken in rural