Youth Citizenship in Divided Societies

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Marshall, D. (2016) "'We have a place to play, but someone else controls it': Space, mobility, and gender in occupied Palestine." Global Study of Childhood 5 (2), pp. 191-205.

Marshall, D. (2016) "Playing with Discourse: Islam, Soap Operas, and Girls' Access to Space in Balata Refugee Camp." In Skelton, T., Worth, N., and Dwyer, C. (Eds.), Geographies of Children and Young People (Vol. 4): Geographies of Identities and Subjectivities, Inclusion/Exclusion, Marginalisation and Representation. New York: Springer.

Marshall, D. (2015) "Existence as resistance: children and everyday politics in Palestine." In Skelton, T., Kallio, K, and Mills, S. (Eds.), Geographies of Children and Young People (Vol. 7): Politics, Citizenship and Rights. New York: Springer.

Marshall, D. and Sousa, C. (2014) "Decolonizing Trauma: Liberation Psychology, Postcolonial Theory, and Childhood Trauma in Palestine." In Horschelmann, K. and Harker, C. (Eds.), Geographies of children and young people (Vol. 11): Conflict, violence, and peace. New York: Springer.

Pain, R. and Staeheli, L. (2014) "Intimacy-geopolitics and Violence"Area 46(4), pp. 344-347. 

Marshall, D. (2014) "Love stories of occupation: storytelling and the counter-geopolitics of intimacy"Area, 46(4), pp. 344–360.

Hammett, D. (2014) "Civil society and the politics of belonging in Southern Africa" in Obadare, E. (Ed) The Handbook of Civil Society in Africa. Springer, London.

Hammett, D. and Staeheli, L. (2013) "Transition and the Education of the New South African Citizen". Comparative Education Review 57(2), pp. 309-331.

Hammett, D. and Staeheli, L. (2011) "Respect and Responsibility: Teaching Citizenship in South African High Schools". International Journal of Educational Development 31, pp. 269-276.

Staeheli, L. and Hammett, D. (2010) "Educating the New National Citizen: Education, Political Subjectivity, and Divided Societies". Citizenship Studies 14(6), pp. 667-680.

Hammett, D. (2008) "The Challenge of a Perception of ‘Un-Entitlement’ to Citizenship in Post-Apartheid South Africa".Political Geography 27 (6), pp. 652-668.

Jones, B., Jeffrey, A. and Jakala, M. (2013) "The 'Transitional Citizen': Civil Society, Political Agency and Hopes for Transitional Justice in Bosnia-Herzegovina". In: Simić, O and Volčić, Z Transitional Justice and Civil Society in the Balkans. New York: Springer Publishing. pp. 87-104.

Staeheli, L. (2013) "Whose Responsibility Is It? Obligation, Citizenship and Social Welfare". Antipode 45, pp. 521-540.

Staeheli, L., Ehrkamp, P., Leitner, H., and Nagel, C. (2012) "Dreaming of the Ordinary: Citizenship and the Complex Geographies of Daily Life". Progress in Human Geography 36, pp. 627-643.

Staeheli, L. (2011) "Where’s Citizenship?Progress in Human Geography 35(3), pp. 393-400. 

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