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Geographies of Young People: The Morally Contested Spaces of Identity
1: Putting young people in their place 2: From the ground up: Natural developments 3: Learning through the body 4: Draped outside in and hung inside out: Embodying sex and race 5: Material
Global crises of childhood: rights, justice and the unchildlike child
This paper traces how the notion of childhood changes as part of other social transformations. Globalization and the disillusion of public and private spheres are related to contemporary crises of
The SAGE Handbook of Qualitative Geography
Introduction: Engaging Qualitative Geography - Dydia DeLyser et al PART ONE: OPENINGS Introduction - Dydia DeLyser A History of Qualitative Research in Geography - Meghan Cope 'Throwntogetherness':
The Awkward Spaces of Fathering
Contents: Preface Introduction Partially remembered stories Part I Framing: Fathering frames: some histories and geographies Recovering fatherhood. Part II Closing In: Cinematic landscapes and
Fathering and Faltering: “Sorry, but You Don't Have the Necessary Accoutrements”
The institution of the family is changing in complex and inscrutable ways. Ideally, it continues as a space of intimacy, love, and morality within which young children may find care and nurturing.
Gender, Power and Crib Geography: Transitional spaces and potential places
ABSTRACT D. W. Winnicott's notion of 'transitional space' is noted as a potentially important contribution to post-Englightenment thinking because it decenters reason and logic in favor of playing
I'd rather watch the movie than read the book
Abstract Geographers have been using film as a pedagogic device for some time, but it is not until recently that the full power of this medium has been recognised within the discipline as a forceful
Putting Children in Their Place