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Northern children have been increasingly referred to as competent, participative and influential, called on to protect and produce certain life at times of climate risks. Child–adult relations and the required transition to adulthood are thus transformed by a re-configured ‘biopolitics’. We trace how various collaborative actors invite children to foster life at an aggregate level and illustrate how different age categories are governed at a distance. The results show that pedagogic expertise, in conjunction with sustainability, is mobilized in and by ‘juvenocratic spaces’, where youths are obliged to foster sustainable consumption and ways of living beyond territorial borders.

Item Type : File
Url : http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/14733285.2013.824739
Languages : English
Published by : Children’s Geographies
Resource types :
Subject : Social/Culture
Priority Action Area : Priority Action Area 2 Transforming learning and training environments
Collation : 0
Themes :
    Sustainable consumption and production (SCP)
Regions : Europe
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