Articles | Volume 73, issue 1
14 Feb 2018
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Introduction to the special issue “Young People and New Geographies of Learning and Education”

Itta Bauer and Sara Landolt

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This introduction to the special issue Young People and New Geographies of Learning and Education sets a theoretical frame for the collected papers focusing on the three themes: (1) movement and transitions, (2) spaces and identities, and (3) education and assemblages. This special issue adds an exciting collection of papers with diverse geographical foci that address the various challenges to youths, young people's geographies, and geographies of education.