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People, Parks and the Urban Green: A Study of Popular Meanings and Values for Open Spaces in the City
Contemporary provision of open spaces within cities rests largely on professional assumptions about its significance in the lives of residents. This paper presents results from the Greenwich Open
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
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
Qualitative methodologies for geographers : issues and debates
1. Introduction: doing qualitative research in geography / Claire Dwyer and Melanie Limb -- pt. 1. Research design -- 2. Doing qualitative research: from interpretation to action / Susan Smith -- 3.
The Unacceptable Flaneur
This article considers the importance of the shopping mall to a group of young people living in the East Midlands of the UK. It shows that for many young people the mall provides a convenient place
Changing worlds: the microgeographies of young teenagers
Few geographical studies have explicitly examined the place use and place behaviour of young teenagers, especially within the UK. In this article we report on a survey of a group of 13 year olds,