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

Volume 49, Number 3, 1 September 2017

Everyday experiences of economic change: repositioning geographies of children, youth and families
pp. 258-265(8)
Authors: Pimlott‐Wilson, Helena; Hall, Sarah Marie

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Families, policy and place in times of austerity
pp. 266-272(7)
Author: Jupp, Eleanor

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Austerity, welfare reform and the rising use of food banks by children in England and Wales
pp. 273-279(7)
Authors: Lambie‐Mumford, Hannah; Green, Mark A

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Young people and debt: getting on with austerities
pp. 280-287(8)
Author: Horton, John

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A day in the life of a Geographer: ‘lone’1, black, female
pp. 324-328(5)
Authors: Tolia‐Kelly, Divya P

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GIS mapping and analysis of behaviour in small urban public spaces
pp. 349-358(10)
Authors: Ghavampour, Ensiyeh; Del Aguila, Mark; Vale, Brenda

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The 2017 RGS‐IBG chair's theme: decolonising geographical knowledges, or reproducing coloniality?
pp. 384-388(5)
Authors: Esson, James; Noxolo, Patricia; Baxter, Richard; Daley, Patricia; Byron, Margaret

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