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1It all used to be better? Different generations on continuity and change in urban children's daily use of spaceChildren's Geographies2005397
2Not so ‘new’? Looking critically at childhood studiesChildren's Geographies2012369
3Children who carry stones in their pockets: on autotelic material practices in everyday lifeChildren's Geographies2013279
4Boundary Crossings: Transitions from Childhood to AdulthoodChildren's Geographies2003278
5The right to be properly researched: research with children in a messy, real worldChildren's Geographies2009228
6What else? some more ways of thinking and doing ‘Children's Geographies’Children's Geographies2006219
7Ethical dilemmas in research with children and young people about their social environmentsChildren's Geographies2008208
8Research with children and young people: exploring the tensions between ethics, competence and participationChildren's Geographies2008184
9‘Power is not an evil’: rethinking power in participatory methodsChildren's Geographies2008182
10Doing ResearchwithYoung People: Participatory Research and the Rituals of Collective WorkChildren's Geographies2007181
11A systematic review of climate change education: giving children and young people a ‘voice’ and a ‘hand’ in redressing climate changeChildren's Geographies2020174
12The ‘voices’ of children: de‐centring empowering research relationsChildren's Geographies2004153
13Not just growing up, butgoing on: Materials, Spacings, Bodies, SituationsChildren's Geographies2006153
14Unpacking children in migration researchChildren's Geographies2009151
15Empowering young people and strengthening resilience: youth-centred participatory video as a tool for climate change adaptation and disaster risk reductionChildren's Geographies2015149
16Playing and affective time-spacesChildren's Geographies2005147
17Children, Young People, UNICEF and ParticipationChildren's Geographies2007147
18Young muslim men in Scotland: inclusions and exclusionsChildren's Geographies2004143
19Councils, consultations and community: rethinking the spaces for children and young people's participation1Children's Geographies2010138
20The relationship between school ground design and intensity of physical activityChildren's Geographies2009136
21Changing children's geographiesChildren's Geographies2014135
22Changes in children's nature-based experiences near home: from spontaneous play to adult-controlled, planned and organised activitiesChildren's Geographies2009133
23Children's Perceptions of the Use of Public Open Spaces for Active Free-playChildren's Geographies2007132
24'To Go Back up the Side Hill': Memories, Imaginations and Reveries of ChildhoodChildren's Geographies2003126
25Foucault, space and primary school dining roomsChildren's Geographies2008126
26Gender differences in children's pathways to independent mobilityChildren's Geographies2008123
27Defying gravity? raising consciousness through collective researchChildren's Geographies2004118
28Encouraging play in the natural environment: a child-focused case study of Forest SchoolChildren's Geographies2012117
29New Zealand parents' understandings of the intergenerational decline in children's independent outdoor play and active travelChildren's Geographies2013114
30Playful spaces? a social geography of children's play in Livingston, ScotlandChildren's Geographies2004113
31Engaging with Young People's Conceptions of the PoliticalChildren's Geographies2003110
32Changing Livelihoods, Changing Childhoods: Patterns of Children's Work in Rural Southern EthiopiaChildren's Geographies2007110
33On children's independent mobility: the interplay of demographic, environmental, and psychosocial factorsChildren's Geographies2012108
34Theorizing a child–dog encounter in the slums of La Paz using post-humanistic approaches in order to disrupt universalisms in current ‘child in nature’ debatesChildren's Geographies2016106
35Geographies of environmental learning: an exploration of children's use of school groundsChildren's Geographies2004103
36Negotiating Migrant Identities: Young People in Bolivia and ArgentinaChildren's Geographies2007103
37Youth, gender and livelihoods in West Africa: Perspectives from Ghana and the GambiaChildren's Geographies2005102
38‘A dog who I know quite well’: everyday relationships between children and animalsChildren's Geographies2011101
39Ambiguous agency: critical perspectives on social interventions with children and youth in AfricaChildren's Geographies2012100
40Children’s participation: moving from the performative to the socialChildren's Geographies201797
41Negotiating spatial identities: mobile perspectives on street life in ugandaChildren's Geographies200594
42For more-than-usefulness: Six overlapping points about Children's GeographiesChildren's Geographies200592
43Pre-flight experiences and migration stories: the accounts of unaccompanied asylum-seeking childrenChildren's Geographies200892
44Transnational migration, changing care arrangements and left-behind children's responses in South-east AsiaChildren's Geographies201592
45‘Territorialising’ the primary school playground: deconstructing the geography of playtimeChildren's Geographies200590
46Children with mind–body differences: performing disability in primary school classroomsChildren's Geographies200489
47Ethical and methodological issues in engaging young people living in poverty with participatory research methodsChildren's Geographies200889
48‘True geography [ ] quickly forgotten, giving away to an adult-imagined universe’. Approaching the otherness of childhoodChildren's Geographies200888
49The difference that place makes to methodology: uncovering the ‘lived space’ of young people's spatial practicesChildren's Geographies200986
50Emotional geographies of young people's aspirations for adult lifeChildren's Geographies201186