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Peer Review Status: Refereed
Title: Place-Based Education Is an Intergenerational Practice
Authors: Mannion, Greg
Adey, Claire
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Keywords: education
outdoor learning
Issue Date: 2011
Publisher: CYE
Citation: Mannion G & Adey C (2011) Place-Based Education Is an Intergenerational Practice, Children, Youth and Environments, 21 (1), pp. 35-58.
Abstract: This article makes theoretical links between place-based education and intergenerational learning supported by an analysis of data from an empirical study. The paper argues that school-linked place-based education does more than provide opportunities for intergenerational practice; it is founded upon and requires the on-going production of relations between adults and children within and through place-change processes. The implications for place-based education theory and school-linked practice are explored.
Type: Journal Article
Rights: Copyright information from journal web page: "Authors of papers that are accepted for publication will be asked to sign a pre-publication agreement to assign non-exclusive © copyright to CYE. Authors fully retain the right to re-publish their articles elsewhere, provided that re-publication includes an acknowledgement of original publication in CYE, referencing the year, volume, issue and URL("; Published in Children, Youth and Environments, Vol. 21, No.1 (2011), URL: © copyright CYE.
Notes: Mannion, Greg and Claire Adey (2011). “Place-Based Education Is an Intergenerational Practice.” Children, Youth and Environments 21(1): 35-58. Retrieved [date] from
Affiliation: Education

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