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  • Buddhism ; Conflict ; Human body ; India ; Islam ; Jammu and Kashmir ; Ladakh ; Religion ; Social geography ; Territorialisation ; Territory ; Young people
  • This article traces how young Muslim and Buddhist Ladakhis in Ladakh’s Leh District are constituted as a category and site of territorial potential, and how they navigate and elude this positioning. I suggest that parents, political actors
  • and religious leaders conceive of the young as crucial to the constitution of future territories. This makes their bodies a site of intense anxiety and regulation, as well as hope and potential. I offer the concept of generational vertigo, a mixture
  • of apprehension and anticipation regarding the future, and suggest that attending to how and why this vertigo is manifest provides a way to think through relationships between young people, time and territory. The future is located in the volatile bodies of young
  • 2013
  • Young people’s im/mobile urban geographies
  • ; Transnationalism ; United Kingdom ; Urban area ; Urban landscape ; Young people
  • Ce numéro spécial est consacré aux géographies urbaines mobiles et immobiles des jeunes. On trouvera les articles suivants : 1-Young people’s urban im/mobilities : relationality and identity formation ; 2-‘Them and us’: ‘Black neighbourhoods
  • ’ as a social capital resource among Black youths living in inner-city London ; 3-‘Sticky subjects’ or ‘cosmopolitan creatives’? social class, place and urban young people’s aspirations for work in the knowledge economy ; 4-Legal walls and professional paths
  • : the mobilities of graffiti writers in Sydney ; 5-Young people, anti-social behaviour and public space : the role of community wardens in policing the ‘ASBO generation’ ; 6-New street geographies : the impact of urban governance on the mobilities of Cape Town’s
  • street youth ; 7-Visual impairment in the city : young people’s social strategies for independent mobility ; 8-Mobile technologies and youthful exploration : stimulus or inhibitor ? ; 9-Immobile transnationalisms? Young people and their in situ
  • experiences of ‘international’ education in Hong Kong ; 10-Home sites : the location(s) of ‘Home’ for young men.
  • 2013
  • Internal migration ; Mazovia ; Poland ; Regional development ; Suburbanization ; Town ; Urban dynamics ; Urban fringe ; Warsaw ; Young people
  • This article addresses an issue of major importance to the development of every municipality, i.e. the migration plans of young people seeking to start households of their own. Piaseczno in Poland may serve as an example of a municipality located
  • in the municipality of Piaseczno and shared knowledge on the migration plans of young people soon due to become independent. It emerges that young people gravitate toward Warsaw, a fact that may denote future development problems for the municipality of Piaseczno
  • 2013
  • Self-rated resilience among young migrants in old Fadama, Accra, Ghana
  • Ghana ; Internal migration ; Resilience ; Slum ; Social capital ; Social geography ; Young people
  • The main objective of this paper is to explain how resilient a sample of young migrants are to the stressors encountered at the slum through a self-rated level of resilience. Drawing on resilience thinking, the Youth Resilience Framework and Social
  • 2013
  • Keeping people in their place? Young-adult mobility and persistence of residential segregation in US metropolitan areas
  • Adults ; Ethnic minority ; Housing ; Metropolitan area ; Race ; Residential mobility ; Residential segregation ; Social geography ; United States of America ; Young people
  • to Whites is similar during youth and adulthood among young adults who live in the same metropolitan area where they lived as adolescents, regardless of race/ethnicity. Among those who migrate to another metropolitan area, adolescent exposure predicts
  • exposure among Asian, Black and Latino young adults, but not among Whites themselves. Thus, limited experience with integrated neighbourhoods during adolescence among non-Whites and limited geographical mobility among all young adults help to perpetuate
  • 2013
  • Young people's participation in Fiji : merits, challenges and the way forward
  • Citizenship ; Fiji ; Participation ; Research ; Social life ; Society ; Young people
  • 2013
  • Retheorizing the postsecular present : embodiment, spatial transcendence, and challenges to authenticity among young Christians in Glasgow, Scotland
  • Christianity ; Glasgow ; Human body ; Post secularism ; Protestantism ; Religion ; Scotland ; Social geography ; Space ; United Kingdom ; Young people
  • This article identifies the spatial elements of postsecular theory, and considers how spatial approaches, might provide an alternative to existing analyses. Drawing on the religious subject constructions of young Christian-affiliated people living
  • 2013
  • The dominant/marginal lives of young Tanzanians : spaces of knowing at the intersection of Children's Geographies and Development
  • 2013
  • Colombia ; Cultural identity ; District ; Rural area ; Social geography ; Territorial identity ; Urban area ; Urban development ; Urbanization ; Young people
  • This article discusses the social representations of young people from San Cristóbal, a Medellín district, about regarding growing transformations of their rural territory. It analyses how urban expansion is beingconceived by young people from rural
  • 2013
  • Basket weaving and social waving : young Ghanaian artisans' mobilization of resources through mobility in times of climate change
  • Climatic change ; Development ; Ghana ; Handicrafts ; Migration ; Mobilisation ; Mobility ; Non-governmental organization ; Social network ; Young people
  • 2013
  • Distance–income migration trade-off of young French workers : an analysis per education level
  • Distance travelled ; Education ; Educational level ; France ; Higher education ; Internal migration ; Labour market ; Labour migration ; Mobility ; Secondary education ; Wage ; Young people
  • 2013
  • Morphological evidence for geologically young thaw of ice on Mars : A review of recent studies using high-resolution imaging data
  • 2013
  • Changes in rural-urban sex ratio differences in the young professional age group as an indicator of social sustainability in rural areas : a case study of continental Spain, 2000-2010
  • 2013
  • Geography textbooks and the reproduction of a racist and ethnocentric world view among young people in Flanders
  • 2013
  • Young professionals as ambivalent change agents in New Orleans after the 2005 hurricanes
  • 2013
  • . It identifies the significant factors raising or depressing the probability of being categorised as digitally excluded including, gender, income, education, dis-ability, tenure, working status, the presence of young people in the household and city neighbourhood
  • 2013
  • Alcoholism ; California ; Drug ; Health ; Los Angeles ; Medical services ; Neighbourhood ; Spatial analysis ; Spatial distribution ; United States of America ; Young people
  • 2013
  • Cultural turn ; Daily life ; Education ; England ; Pedagogy ; Post-modernism ; School curriculum ; Teaching of geography ; United Kingdom ; Young people
  • 2013
  • Canada ; Creative class ; Creative economy ; Cultural policy ; Neighbourhood ; Neo liberalism ; Ontario ; Risk ; Social geography ; Toronto ; Urban policy ; Young people
  • 2013
  • This paper examines factors influencing Australian landlords’ decisions to retain their rental investments. It is found that middle-aged investors are more attached to rental investments than younger ones. However, once retired, there is a sharp
  • 2013