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Children's autonomy and our relationship with public spaces
The relationship between children and the city-a subject seldom studied in France in the past-has in recent years generated renewed interest in the world of the social sciences. Clément Rivière, who has conducted research in this field in Paris and Milan, shows that the parental structuring of children's outings in the city is based on protected spaces whose safety is assured through mutual acquaintance, and that these (highly gendered) practices tend to be much more restrictive for girls.fatcat:lqbdmqxgtrhxnbj74wxczun5fi