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Talk, technologies and teenagers : understanding the school journey using a mixed-methods approach.

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Talk, technologies and teenagers : understanding the school journey using a mixed-methods approach. / Walker, Marion; Whyatt, J. Duncan; Pooley, Colin G.; Davies, Gemma; Coulton, Paul; Bamford, Will.

In: Children's Geographies, Vol. 7, No. 2, 05.2009, p. 107-122.

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abstract = "This paper focuses on the methods used in a project which set out to capture the movements and to consider the wellbeing of 30 teenagers on their journeys to and from school. A mobile phone linked to a GPS receiver was used to automatically log travel patterns whilst the respondents added ‘blog’ images and text about how they felt on the journey. Follow up interviews further explored the data. The paper shows that by using a range of methods the young people became involved in the project in different ways providing a rich picture of contingent and complex school journeys.",
author = "Marion Walker and Whyatt, {J. Duncan} and Pooley, {Colin G.} and Gemma Davies and Paul Coulton and Will Bamford",
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