New issue – Children, Youth and Environments – Now online

A NEW issue of the Children, Youth & Environments Journal is now available.
Vol. 24, no. 1 articles include:

“Use of GPS Tracking to Interactively Explore Disabled Children’s Mobility and Accessibility Patterns”
Sean T. Doherty, Patricia McKeever, Henna Aslam, Lindsay Stephens and Nicole Yantzi 

“’No Messing Allowed’: The Enactment of Childhood in Urban Public Space from the Perspective of the Child”
Jackie Bourke

“Lack of Child-Environment Congruence in Cherbourg, Australia: Obstacles to Well-Being in an Indigenous Community”
Angela Kreutz

“The Impact of Hurricane Katrina on the U.S. Foster-Care System”
Mary Ann Davis and Lee M. Miller

“Why Children and Youth Should Have the Right to Vote: An Argument for Proxy-Claim Suffrage”
John Wall

And more…