Student geographies and homemaking: personal belonging(s) and identities

  title={Student geographies and homemaking: personal belonging(s) and identities},
  author={M. Jan Holton and Mark Riley},
  journal={Social \& Cultural Geography},
  pages={623 - 645}
  • M. Holton, M. Riley
  • Published 7 January 2016
  • Sociology, Geography
  • Social & Cultural Geography
Abstract Studies of the ‘geographies of students’ have become increasingly prevalent across the social sciences and are particularly concerned with the predilection for young UK University undergraduates to be mobile in their institutional choice. A more recent focus within this work has been upon student identities, with attention given to how the spaces to which students move and in which they settle can have both positive and negative consequences for the evolution of the student identity… 
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