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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell on behalf of the Royal Geographical Society (with the Institute of British Geographers)

Volume 33, Number 2, June 2001

Editorial: theme issues
pp. 115-116(2)
Authors: Bradshaw, Mike; Viles, Heather

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Geographies of childhood: introduction
pp. 117-118(2)
Author: Phillips, Richard

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Seeing how it was?: childhood geographies and memories in home movies
pp. 128-140(13)
Author: Nicholson, Heather Norris

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Adapting visual methods: action research with Kampala street children
pp. 141-152(12)
Authors: Young, Lorraine; Barrett, Hazel

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Placing cyberspace: processes of Americanization in British children’s use of the Internet
pp. 153-160(8)
Authors: Holloway, Sarah L.; Valentine, Gill

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Growing up with rivers? Rivers in London children’s worlds
pp. 177-189(13)
Authors: Tapsell, Susan; Tunstall, Sylvia; House, Margaret; Whomsley, John; Macnaghten, Phillip

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Living with floods: victims’ perceptions in Beijiang, Guangdong, China
pp. 190-201(12)
Authors: Wong, Koon-Kwai; Zhao, Xiaobin

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Risky subjects: changing geographies of employment in the automobile industry
pp. 212-219(8)
Authors: Butz, David; Leslie, Deborah

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Book reviews
pp. 220-224(5)

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