Editorial: from dismissals and disciplinary inclusions; from block politics to panic rooms

  title={Editorial: from dismissals and disciplinary inclusions; from block politics to panic rooms},
  journal={Children's Geographies},
  pages={171 - 175}
  • Published 1 August 2004
  • Geography
  • Children's Geographies
It seems to me that the study of young people’s geographies is finally, to a substantial degree, included within a larger disciplinary corpus. The struggle for recognition has been long and arduous with embattled scholars and sacrificed careers marking its progress. It is really nice to see many beginning scholars, like those published in this issue, elaborating their geographic careers with a bone fide focus on young people. Not too long ago, a thesis or dissertation in this subject area… 
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