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  • 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.
  • Invisible carers : young people in Zimbabwe's home-based healthcare
  • Enquiry ; Health ; Informal sector ; Medical geography ; Medical services ; Service ; Young people ; Zimbabwe
  • Urban-rural variations in the level of heterosexual activity of young people
  • 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.
  • Poverty and young people in rural Flanders
  • Belgium ; Flanders ; Housing market ; Living standard ; Marginality ; Poverty ; Rural area ; Social exclusion ; Spatial differentiation ; Village ; Young people
  • The article addresses patterns of spatial inequality for the life chances of young people in an industrialised rural area in Flanders (Belgium). Two patterns of inequality are studied. The first is an inherited pattern of inequality between
  • rural context the diffuse pattern has a more detrimental effect on the integration of poor young households than a relative concentration in deprived villages.
  • Young people, masculinities, religion and race : new social geographies
  • Ethnic community ; Racism ; Religion ; Research ; Segregation ; Social geography ; Young people
  • Using participatory methods with young people in contexts of violence : reflections from Guatemala
  • Enquiry ; Espace vécu ; Guatemala ; Methodology ; Participation ; Perception ; Urban area ; Urban district ; Urban society ; Violence ; Young people
  • England ; Enquiry ; Housing ; Housing market ; Residential mobility ; United Kingdom ; Young people
  • The data suggest that the types of housing pathway that young people follow are a function of differences in the combination and intensity of three main factors : the ability of young people to plan for and control their entry to independent living
  • Community ; Daily life ; Disability ; Marginality ; Social exclusion ; Societal relations ; Society ; United Kingdom ; Young people
  • The AA. identify the common processes through which D/deaf young people may become marginalised in four spaces : at home, in educational institutions, in the workplace, and within Deaf communities. Case studies enable to consider what resources
  • and forms of social support or assurance can help young people to be resilient in the face of the difficulties that they encounter, and what sort of experiences advance or aggravate processes of marginalisation.
  • 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.
  • Buddhism ; Conflict ; Human body ; India ; Islam ; Jammu and Kashmir ; Ladakh ; Religion ; Social geography ; Territorialisation ; Territory ; Young people
  • 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
  • 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
  • people; hence the desire to defend territory and shape the future is manifest in attempts to manage the potential of these bodies.
  • 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.
  • 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
  • Afghanistan ; Citizenship ; Human rights ; Identity ; Iraq ; Political geography ; Social geography ; Terrorism ; United Kingdom ; War ; Young people
  • This paper brings a relational perspective to studies of citizenship beyond national borders. Analysing the responses of 16 to 19-year-old young people in Bradford (UK) to the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, it demonstrates the complex entanglements
  • of young people’s lives with international politics and develop a relational conceptualisation of citizenship. It shows that youth citizenship across and beyond national borders evolves from specific lines of connection and disconnection that are actualised
  • and modified inperformances of citizenship identities, giving rise to diverse political positions and dissent, both with the state and between young people. We conclude with some suggestions for translating these ideas into youth citizenship practices.
  • Children ; Education ; Students ; Young people
  • with able children and young people, concluding that such work should focus not only on intellectual, but also on emotional and social areas of student’s development. - (BJ)
  • The education of handicapped children and young people (special education)
  • The first part of the article presents the conception and the main results of a study realised by a group of German geographers about the behaviour of young people in leisure time. The second part gives an example of the study which was prepared
  • in Münster. It shows that the behaviour of young people is only partially determined by spatial variables.
  • Reconceptualising temporality in young lives : exploring young people's current and future livelihoods in AIDS-affected southern Africa
  • AIDS ; Educational level ; Health ; Household ; Lesotho ; Livelihood ; Livestock farming ; Malawi ; Social geography ; Temporality ; Young people
  • This paper explores links between the impacts of AIDS and young people's livelihood prospects in two villages, one in southern Malawi and the other in the mountains of Lesotho. Drawing on the concept of livelihood trajectories, it focuses
  • on the ways in which young people respond to both the immediate sustenance requirements of themselves and their households and their need to accrue assets for future livelihoods. . Beyond addressing empirical questions concerning the impacts of AIDS
  • 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
  • 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