The following sections will explore children's geographies by drawing on a range of empirically rich material from both the 'minority and majority world', to highlight the relationships between children and the spaces they inhabit. The first part will explore the socioeconomic structures, institutions, discourses, etc. – including globalization, 'development', and poverty that 'place' children in particular ways. The second part will explore the ways in which children experience place.
- Theoretical Concepts
- Origins of Work on Children by Human Geographers
- Children as Map Users in the Information Technology Era
- Understanding the Basic Characteristics of Maps
- Understanding Spatial Representations
- Development of Cartographic Understanding
- Children and Mapping