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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

Volume 8, Number 2, 1 May 2010

Where dogs, ghosts and lions roam: learning from mobile ethnographies on the journey from school
pp. 91-105(15)
Authors: Porter, Gina; Hampshire, Kate; Abane, Albert; Munthali, Alister; Robson, Elsbeth; Mashiri, Mac; Maponya, Goodhope

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Picturing the city: young people's representations of urban environments
pp. 123-140(18)
Authors: Beneker, Tine; Sanders, Rickie; Tani, Sirpa; Taylor, Liz

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Children's and parents' perspectives on risks and safety in three Belgrade neighbourhoods
pp. 141-156(16)
Authors: Tomanovic, Smiljka; Petrovic, Mina

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Children's neighbourhoods, social centres to 'terra incognita'
pp. 157-176(20)
Author: Freeman, Claire

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Urban research and child-friendly cities: a new Australian outline
pp. 177-192(16)
Authors: Woolcock, Geoffrey; Gleeson, Brendan; Randolph, Bill

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Interdisciplinarity - for better or worse
pp. 215-216(2)
Author: James, Allison

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Interdisciplinarity and childhood studies
pp. 217-218(2)
Author: Korbin, Jill

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Ways beyond disciplinarity
pp. 223-225(3)
Author: Pain, Rachel

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