Youth and spatiality !
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The relationships between youth and spatiality (as well as spatial forms of social practices) is a central concern I should address in my literature review about the social uses of space. I mean, to focus on young peoples everyday experiences of everyday spaces both in public and in private spheres.
Reference to find(good starting point I think): Tracey Skelton & Gill Valentine (eds): Cool places. Geographies of youth cultures. London & New York: Routledge, 1998.
This book is reviewed by here by Alexandra Seibel (Department of Cinema Studies, New York University, USA).
The social functions of spatiality described in this book is identity :different locales and local settings shape identity formation for youngsters.
Worth to check ? # Valentine, G. (2001) Social Geographies: Society and Space (Longman, Harlow). # Holloway, S. and Valentine, G. (eds.) (2000) Childrens Geographies: Living, Playing, Learning (Routledge, London # Valentine, G., and Holloway, S.L. (2002) Exploring childrens identities and social networks in on-line and off-line worlds Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 92, 296--315. # TO BE RELEASED : Key Thinkers on Space and Place by Gill Valentine (Editor), Phil J Hubbard (Editor), Rob Kitchin (Editor) - Sage Publications; (May 2004)