By Tracey Skelton, Gill Valentine
Cool areas explores the contrasting reports of latest adolescence. The chapters draw on techno song and ecstasy in Germany, clubbing in London, worldwide backpacking and gangs in Santa Cruz in addition to expereinces at domestic, at the streets and looking employment. The individuals use those examples to discover illustration and resistance and geographical techniques of scale and position in younger people's lives inside of social, cultural and feminist reports to concentration upon the complexities of teen cultures and their spatial representations and interactions. members: Shane Blackman, Sophie Bowlby, Myrna Margulies Breitbart, Deborah Chambers, Luke Deforges, Claire Dwyer, Keith Hetherington, Cindi Katz, Heinz-Herman Kruger, Marion Leonard, Sally Lloyd Evans, Tim Lucas, Sara McNamee,Ben Malbon, Doreen Massey, Robina Mohammad, David Oswell, David Parker, Birgit Richard, Susan Ruddick, Tracey Skelton, Fiona Smith, Kevin Stevenson, Gill Valentine and Paul Watt
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Adams, 1950:87) For Adams this section of the child audience could be given ‘realistic’ settings and environments. Instead of playing with models and toys, A QUESTION OF BELONGING 41 teenagers could be shown the ‘real thing’ in the outside world. Television could be used to transport this audience to other cultures and other worlds. What is significant, though, is that at no time did she consider that the teenage audience might constitute a distinct and separate category of audience in its own right.