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Youth Centres As Foodscapes And Informal Learning Environments In Finland

E. Kauppinen, Tomi Kiilakoski, P. Palojoki
Published 2021 · Sociology

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Although not adequately studied in the research on youth work, food is and has been an integral element of youth centres. This article examines what characterizes youth centres as foodscapes and ex...
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