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"Draw Me Your Neighborhood": A Gentrified Paris Neighbourhood through Its Children's Eyes

Abstract : This article aims to contribute to the international research on the relationship between the child and the city, based on drawings and interviews collected from 4th grade children in a socially mixed gentrified neighbourhood of Paris. Its ambition is to reflect on the methodological contribution of drawings to analyze the children’s representation of the neighbourhood. In doing so, the article also presents the principal facets of a gentrified Parisian district as perceived by the children themselves, by studying to what extent children's gender and diverse social backgrounds impact their neighbourhood representations and experiences.
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Sonia Lehman-Frisch, Jean-Yves Authier, Frederic Dufaux. "Draw Me Your Neighborhood": A Gentrified Paris Neighbourhood through Its Children's Eyes. Children's Geographies, Taylor & Francis (Routledge), 2012, 10 (1), pp.17--34. ⟨hal-01401643⟩

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