Danielle Ekman Ladru
Danielle Ekman Ladru (previously van der Burgt) is associate professor in geography and senior lecturer in Child and Youth Studies. Her field of interest is Children's, Young people's and families Geographies. Her current research is on Mobile preschools: 'Mobility, informal learning and citizenship' (financed by the Swedish Foundation for Humanities and Social Sciences) and 'A citywide classroom: time-space aspects of mobile preschool pedagogy' financed by The Swedish Research Council.
Keywords: childrens geographies mobilities social sustainability
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My main research interest is within the fields of social, urban and educational geography, with a specific focus on children, young people and families and their relation to the built environment. I am particularly interested in children’s and young people’s everyday mobility and well-being in public space. Other interests are geographies of fear and risk, identity and place, residential segregation, physical planning as well as families’ everyday time-spatial organization. I my research I use mainly qualitative methods such as participatory observation, in-depth interviews and maps. I am currently doing video etnographic research on mobile preschools.
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