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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

Volume 3, Number 2, August 2005

For more-than-usefulness: Six overlapping points about Children's Geographies
pp. 131-143(13)
Authors: Horton, John; Kraftl, Peter

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Introduction: Children and youth in developing areas
pp. 145-147(3)
Authors: Ansell, Nicola; Van Blerk1, Lorraine

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Spaces of the street: Socio-spatial mobility and exclusion of youth in Recife
pp. 149-166(18)
Authors: Gough, Katherine; Franch, Monica

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Youth, gender and livelihoods in West Africa: Perspectives from Ghana and the Gambia
pp. 185-199(15)
Authors: Chant, Sylvia; Jones, Gareth

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‘Let's talk about sex, baby…': Conversing with Zimbabwean children about HIV/AIDS1
pp. 201-218(18)
Authors: Gwanzura-ottemöller, Fungisai; Kesby, Michael

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‘The terrible twos': Gaining control in the nursery?
pp. 243-264(22)
Author: Gallacher, Lesley

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How can we give ‘Children's Geographies' away?
pp. 265-266(2)
Author: Spencer, Christopher

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Book Reviews
pp. 267-270(4)

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