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  • Managing strangerhood : young Sikh men’s strategies
  • Adaptation ; Foreigner ; Glasgow ; Scotland ; Social geography ; Societal relations ; United Kingdom ; Young people
  • This article draws upon qualitative research with young Sikh men growing up in urban Scotland to explore the complex strategies enacted by these young men in responding to being placed in the position of the stranger. The strategies employed
  • by the young men include educating others, managing multicultural intimacies, affiliating with the Scottish nation, and travelling far to socialise with friends. Overall, this paper offers a relational, embodied, and emotional set of insights into young Sikh
  • men’s strategies for managing being cast as strangers and demonstrates the agency and creativity of the young men in doing so.
  • General survey of young migrants situations
  • Young workers in a deindustrialising economy : the case of Christchurch, 1976-1996
  • Deindustrialization ; Employment ; Local economy ; Local labour market ; New Zealand ; Occupational activity ; Part-time work ; Service ; Young people
  • The article explores the employment destinations of young adults in the Christchurch labour market from the 1970s to recent times with a view to identifying how labour market opportunities facing them have changed.
  • On the mineralogical and petrological properties of the younger loess in Hungary in Loess and the Quaternary: Chinese and Hungarian case studies.
  • Loess in Hungary is divided into younger and older loess. The younger loess is subdivided by five forest steppe paleosols. A brief account is given of the mineralogical and petrological and grain size investigations of the individual horizons. (DLO).
  • The young geographers and their research : 1936-1943
  • Association de géographie ; Ecole américaine ; Etats-Unis ; Histoire de la géographie ; Pratique de la géographie ; Recherche ; Young geographers
  • The housing pathways of young people in the UK
  • Housing ; Private sector ; United Kingdom ; Young people
  • The authors examine the housing pathways of young people in the UK in the years 1999 to 2008, and consider the changing nature of these pathways in the run up to 2020. They employ a highly innovative methodology, which begins with the identification
  • and description of key drivers likely to affect young people’s housing circumstances in the future. The authors describe how the interactions between the meanings, perceptions, and aspirations of young people, and the opportunities and constraints imposed
  • by the drivers, are having a major impact on young people’s housing pathways, resulting in considerable housing policy challenges, particularly in relation to the private rented sector.
  • Understanding ethnic differencies in the migration of young adults within Britain from a lifecourse perspective
  • Ethnic group ; Great Britain ; Internal migration ; Life cycle ; Residential mobility ; United Kingdom ; Young adults
  • The paper aims to better understand the complexities of ethnic group migration in Britain, and why young adults of some ethnic groups are more residentially mobile than others. It draws on theories of norms of transition to adulthood. It shaws
  • ethnic similarities, but there are differences between ethnic groups in levels of internal migration and in how young adult life events are associated with migration. Partnership brings increased residential mobility for White British and Chinese young
  • adults but reduces mobility for young adults from Black and South Asian ethnic groups.
  • Hilltop geography for young children : creating an outdoor learning laboratory
  • Set in rural New Mexico, the AA. describe a year-long integrated geography program that involves young students (ages 6-8) in a hands-on laboratory approach to exploring their immediate environment and providing a stepping stone
  • Invisible carers : young people in Zimbabwe's home-based healthcare
  • Enquiry ; Health ; Informal sector ; Medical geography ; Medical services ; Service ; Young people ; Zimbabwe
  • Child care demand and labor supply of young mothers over time
  • The paper uses panel data from the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth (United States) to analyze jointly fertility, employment, and child care decisions of young women over time.
  • Riftward younging of volcanic units in the Addis Ababa region, Ethiopian rift valley
  • A general riftward younging of surficial volcanic units is a feature of the Addis Ababa sector of the Ethiopian rift valley. The narrowing of the volcanic zone with time in due to crustal necking and topographical control.
  • Difference ; Espace vécu ; Gender ; Hispanics ; National identity ; Perception ; Social space ; United States of America ; Young people
  • The A. explores the ways in which Latinas, young US-born Mexican-descent teenage girls, construct national belonging through difference : corporeal, spatial, and temporal difference between themselves and their Mexican contemporaries, young
  • Fiatal lepusztulasi szintek, jelenkori geomorfologiai folyamatok a Pannonhalmi-dombsagon. (Young erosional surfaces and recent geomorphic processes in the Pannonhalma Hills)
  • The occurrence of young erosional surfaces, the major features of drainage changes in the Pleistocene, the formation of derasion valleys and landslides and the types and distribution of recent geomorphic processes are studied. (DLO).
  • Une approche géographique moderne à la fin du XVIII siècle: A Tour in Ireland d'Arthur Young
  • L'A., un géographe, analyse un ouvrage d'Arthur Young qui présente une approche intéressante de la géographie. (CBP).
  • Diverging pathways : young female employment and entrepreneurship in sub-Saharan Africa
  • Association ; Employment ; Entrepreneurship ; Firm ; Ghana ; Labour market ; Small firm ; Woman ; Young people
  • The paper focuses on two of the main trades with young women in sub-Saharan have typically entered : hair-dressing and dressmaking. Through drawing on a qualitative case study of hairdressers and seam-stresses in Ghana, it is shown how the two
  • Aminostratigraphic evaluation of conflicting age estimates for the Young Loess of Hungary
  • , plus the profile at Süttö, in an effort to correlate independently loess-paleosol formations of the Young Loess of Hungary with loess units elsewhere in the region. Based on amino acid epimerization ratios, the AA. propose a new chronology
  • for the standard Young Loess profile of Hungary.
  • Urban-rural variations in the level of heterosexual activity of young people
  • Beispiele für jungholozäne Bodenerosion und Bodenbildung im Untereichfeld und Randgebieten. (Examples of young Holocene soil erosion and pedogenesis in Southern Lower Saxonia)
  • Political and social divisions over climate change among young Queenslanders
  • Attitude ; Australia ; Climatic change ; Climatic warming ; Environment ; Political geography ; Political party ; Queensland ; Young people
  • This article examines the political and social divisions over climate change among young Queenslanders. Firstly, it shows that parental education has an important influence upon the development of environmental attitudes among young people
  • , with the children of tertiary-educated parents much more likely than others to be concerned about planetary warming. Secondly, that a strong gender divide is also apparent, with young women consistently more concerned about ‘the environment’ than young men
  • are. Political party identification has an important influence upon environmental concerns even among these 16–17-year olds, with young conservative party identifiers far less likely than Greens or Labor identifiers to believe that global warming will pose