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Growing up in Cities

  title={Growing up in Cities},
  author={R. Moore and Nilda G Cosco and Karen Malone and David Driskell and Piotr Olaf Żylicz and Henrik Wilhjelm and I. Swart-Kruger},
46 Growing Up in Cities is a broad-based international research initiative that revisits and extends a project, conceived in 1970, that examined the ways in which children use and perceive the environments that shape their lives. The original project, directed by urban designer Kevin Lynch and funded by UNESCO, involved research in four countries and resulted in Growing Up in Cities, a classic in child-environment literature for both its methods and findings. Lynch found remarkable agreement… 
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