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Barn, sted, tid, bevegelse: på sporet av litteratur om romlig teori og dens relevans for små barn (Children, place, time, movement: tracing the literature on spatial theories and their relevance for young children)

Hackett, AC (2018) Barn, sted, tid, bevegelse: på sporet av litteratur om romlig teori og dens relevans for små barn (Children, place, time, movement: tracing the literature on spatial theories and their relevance for young children). In: Barn skaper sted – sted skaper barn (Children create place – place creates children). Fagbokforlaget. ISBN 9788245022162

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Abstract

An interest in the dynamic, lived, agential role of place in children’s lives can be traced across an interdisciplinary literature, including geography, anthropology, architecture, social studies of childhood, and new materialism. This chapter highlights some of this literature in order to explore how place shapes young children and young children space place in multiple ways.

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