The Geographies of Children, Youth and Families Research Group are delighted to announce the winners of our 2016 RGS/IBG Undergraduate Dissertation Prize. The group were overwhelmed by the quality of submissions, addressing a diversity of issues related to the geographies of young people, across minority and majority world contexts. We thank all of those who submitted an entry and congratulate the two winners.
First prize: Moa Eriksson ‘A feminist poststructuralist analysis of how gender is constructed in a nursery context in Brighton’ (University of Brighton).
The winner receives £100 and a year’s subscription to Children’s Geographies
Second prize: Louise Williams ‘Childhood in Crisis? Young people performing liminal P/politics at Forest School’ (University of Oxford).
The runner-up receives £50 and a year’s subscription to Children’s Geographies