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  • The geography of children and children's geography in Environmental perception and behavior: An inventory and prospect.
  • 1984
  • The way in which young children are able to externalise about place and space using free-recall sketching, large-scale plans and aerial photographs is examined. The choice of technique is shown to have a considerable bearing upon children's imagery
  • , suggesting that explanation is not independent of the initial stimuli. Project about the environmental cognition of children, conducted in Herea schools located in the outer suburbs of Coventry.
  • 1984
  • Environmental cognition of young children: images of journey to school and home area
  • 1984
  • Movement of crude birth rates, natality by nationality, birth rates of agricultural and non-agricultural population, extramarital natality, live birth with professional assistance, infant mortality, liveborn children by sequence of birth.
  • 1984
  • , there is no evidence that Turks are the most segregated, but, because of their population size, they are the most spatially isolated. Foreigner children are more segregated and isolated from German children of the same age group than all foreigners are from all Germans
  • 1984
  • Geography teaching at primary school level is becoming increasingly child-centred and concept based. In order for teaching methodologies and syllabus to reflect this trend planners and teachers have to understand the way in which children develop
  • 1984
  • United Nations International Children Emergency Fund. (UNICEF). UNICEF/Népal. Kathmandu, Nepal
  • 1984
  • United Nations International Children Emergency Fund. (UNICEF). UNICEF Nepal. Kathmandu, Nepal
  • 1984
  • Classe d'âge ; Enquête ; Estimation ; Etats-Unis ; Fécondité ; Guadalupe ; Géographie de l'Amérique ; Immigrant mexicain ; Mexique ; Michoacan ; Migration internationale ; Migration temporaire ; Mortalité infantile ; Méthodologie ; Own-children
  • 1984