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  • The digital generation ? : children, ICT and the everyday nature of social exclusion
  • Children ; Communication ; Education ; Information ; Marginality ; Social exclusion ; Society ; Teaching ; United Kingdom
  • The potentially inclusionary and exclusionary implications of Information Communication Technologies are studied for children through an examination of ICT policies and practices within UK schools.
  • 2002
  • Cyberkids ? Exploring children's identities and social networks in on-line worlds
  • Children ; Cyberspace ; Enquiry ; Identity ; Perception ; Social network ; Space ; United Kingdom
  • 2002
  • The sociospatial stigmatization of homeless women with children
  • California ; Children ; Enquiry ; Homelessness ; Marginality ; Poverty ; Society ; United States of America ; Woman
  • 2002
  • Mapping childhood in Amsterdam : the spatial and social construction of children's domains in the city
  • Amsterdam ; Children ; Daily life ; Netherlands (The) ; Public space ; Security ; Segregation ; Spatial structure ; Urban area
  • 2002
  • Children's (in)dependent mobility and parents' chauffering in the town and the countryside
  • Behaviour ; Children ; Countryside ; Enquiry ; Family ; Leisure ; Mobility ; Sweden ; Trip
  • 2002
  • Location of adult children as an attraction for black and white elderly primary migrants in the United States
  • 2002
  • Children ; Consumption ; Dairy product ; Food ; Food production ; Food security ; Malnutrition ; Organization ; Sri Lanka ; Woman
  • 2002
  • Children ; Developing countries ; Development ; Economic development ; Industry ; Labour ; Manufactured products ; Nepal ; World market
  • 2002
  • Attitude ; Behaviour ; Children ; Enquiry ; Europe ; Food ; Health policy ; Social geography ; Tradition
  • 2002
  • Children ; Enquiry ; Household behaviour ; Methodology ; Population ; Senegal ; Social practice
  • 2002
  • Children ; Didactics ; Education ; France ; Geographical information ; Internet ; Project ; Teaching material ; Teaching of geography
  • 2002
  • , the number of schools, grammar-schools, surgeries and health centres decreased. Consequently, people living in rural areas have worse access to health services and must drive their children to school. only the number of chemist's shops has shown an increase
  • 2002