Spaced out - young people and (un)popular culture.
Geographical Education Expanding: Horizons in a Shrinking World.
International Geographical Union Commission on Geographical Education and Scottish Association of Geography Teachers., Glasgow, pp. 181-185.
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||This innovative paper addresses the relative silence among academic geographers and geography educators concerning the lived experience of young people. Arguing that the success of geography depends on how well the subject speaks to young people and the issues that concern them, the focus of the paper is on illicit drug-using. Methodologically, the paper argues that a spatial framework can be drawn on to widen interrogations of informal knowledges. International Geographical Union, Commission on Geographic Education
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