Hugh Matthews
Hugh Matthews
Professor of Geography
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TitleCited byYear
Making Sense of Place: children's understanding of large-scale environments.
MH Matthews
Barnes & Noble Books, 1992
Defining an agenda for the geography of children: review and prospect
H Matthews, M Limb
Progress in human geography 23 (1), 61-90, 1999
Growing-up in the countryside: children and the rural idyll
H Matthews, M Taylor, K Sherwood, F Tucker, M Limb
Journal of rural studies 16 (2), 141-153, 2000
The'street as thirdspace'
H Matthews
Children's geographies: Playing, living, learning, 2000
The unacceptable flaneur: The shopping mall as a teenage hangout
H Matthews, M Taylor, B Percy-Smith, M Limb
Childhood 7 (3), 279-294, 2000
Young people’s participation and representation in society
H Matthews, M Limb, M Taylor
Geoforum 30 (2), 135-144, 1999
Citizenship, youth councils and young people's participation
H Matthews
Journal of youth studies 4 (3), 299-318, 2001
The geography of children: Some ethical and methodological considerations for project and dissertation work
H Matthews
Journal of geography in higher education 22 (3), 311-324, 1998
The street as a liminal space: the barbed spaces of childhood
H Matthews
Children in the City, 119-135, 2003
Changing worlds: the microgeographies of young teenagers
H Matthews, M Limb, B Percy‐Smith
Tijdschrift voor economische en sociale geografie 89 (2), 193-202, 1998
Gender, home range and environmental cognition
MH Matthews
Transactions of the institute of British Geographers, 43-56, 1987
Children and regeneration: Setting an agenda for community participation and integration
H Matthews
Children & society 17 (4), 264-276, 2003
‘They don’t like girls hanging around there’: conflicts over recreational space in rural Northamptonshire
F Tucker, H Matthews
Area 33 (2), 161-168, 2001
Environmental cognition of young children: images of journey to school and home area
MH Matthews
Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 89-105, 1984
Living on the edge: children as ‘outsiders’
H Matthews
Tijdschrift voor economische en sociale geografie 86 (5), 456-466, 1995
Reclaiming the street: the discourse of curfew
H Matthews, M Limb, M Taylor
Environment and Planning A 31 (10), 1713-1730, 1999
Power games and moral territories: Ethical dilemmas when working with children and young people
H Matthews
Mapping for wheelchair users: Route navigation in urban spaces
L Beale, K Field, D Briggs, P Picton, H Matthews
The Cartographic Journal 43 (1), 68-81, 2006
Modelling Access with GIS in Urban Systems (MAGUS): capturing the experiences of wheelchair users
H Matthews, L Beale, P Picton, D Briggs
Area 35 (1), 34-45, 2003
Tyrannical spaces: young people, bullying and urban neighbourhoods
B Percy-Smith, H Matthews
Local Environment 6 (1), 49-63, 2001
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