Growing-up in the Countryside: Children and the Rural Idyll.

@article{Matthews2000GrowingupIT,
  title={Growing-up in the Countryside: Children and the Rural Idyll.},
  author={Hugh Matthews and Mark Taylor and K B Sherwood and Faith Tucker and Melanie Limb},
  journal={Journal of Rural Studies},
  year={2000},
  volume={16},
  pages={141-153}
}

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