This article is divided into two sections. The first offers a theoretical frame that enables key concepts to be defined and discussed. The second reviews current approaches to methodology that enable researchers to study the movement of youth over time and across space in an effort to examine the learning that is occasioned by different relationships. Here, we offer ways to begin thinking about mapping social relationships across lived experiences. The article ends with a brief conclusion, in which we note the significance of documenting the developing experiences of children and youth, mediated by social relationships, and the necessity of research and methodologies that attend to these relationships.
Rahal, L., & Vadeboncoeur, J. A. (2013). Mapping the Social Across Lived Experiences: Relational Geographies and After-School Time. Occasional Paper Series, 2013 (30). Retrieved from https://educate.bankstreet.edu/occasional-paper-series/vol2013/iss30/7