Childrens Geographies

The statistics shown below contain data since 1 November 2018.
Basic Information

Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Founded in: 2003
Homepage: https://www.tandfonline.com/to...
Twitter: @ChildrensGeogs
• 35/83 in Geography (Web of Science 2017)
Category: Geography

Authors per paper:
     Average: 2
     Median: 1
References per paper:
     Average: 41
     Median: 41

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Latest papers

A systematic review of climate change education: giving children and young people a ‘voice’ and a ‘hand’ in redressing climate change
Childrens Geographies 2019-06-25

Contested experiences and potential justice at the limit of the law for poor urban children in Bangladesh
Childrens Geographies 2019-06-22

Conversations about disasters: listening to Ecuadorian children
Childrens Geographies 2019-06-20

Environment in the lives of children and families: perspectives from India and the UK
Childrens Geographies 2019-06-17

From boats to bushes: environmental elements supportive of children’s sociodramatic play outdoors
Childrens Geographies 2019-06-17

Why have generational orderings been marginalised in the social sciences including childhood studies?
Childrens Geographies 2019-06-17

Generational order: troubles with a ‘travelling concept’
Childrens Geographies 2019-06-17

‘Now they’re coming after our schools’: interrogating urban intimacies of children and displacement
Childrens Geographies 2019-06-13

Lessons in everyday nationhood: childhood memories of ‘breaching’ the nation
Childrens Geographies 2019-05-24

Reconfiguring child–adult relationships in foster care with implications for childhood studies
Childrens Geographies 2019-05-14

Generationing development: a relational approach to children, youth and development
Childrens Geographies 2019-05-08

Young children’s use of an augmented reality sandbox to enhance spatial thinking
Childrens Geographies 2019-05-08

Transformative childhood studies – a remix in inquiry, justice, and love
Childrens Geographies 2019-04-29

The absent-present researcher: data analysis of pre-recorded parent-driven campaign videos
Childrens Geographies 2019-04-20

The public playground paradox: ‘child’s joy’ or heterotopia of fear?
Childrens Geographies 2019-04-19

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