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Engaging Youth Rights to the City Through DIY Skateparks
Landscape Architecture Conference Proceedings and Papers
  • Benjamin A Shirtcliff, Iowa State University
Document Type
Abstract
Conference
CCLR 15 Book of Proceedings: 15th Canadian Congress on Leisure Research 2017
Publication Version
Published Version
Publication Date
5-23-2017
Conference Title
CCLR 15 Book of Proceedings: 15th Canadian Congress on Leisure Research 2017
Conference Date
May 23-26, 2017
Geolocation
(43.4516395, -80.49253369999997)
Abstract

Concrete is plastic when wet, brittle before it cures, course without polishing or wax, cheap, readily available, easy to mix, and easily demolished. The paper presentation will unveil how a group of skaters and non-skaters, young people and young adults, failed and eventually triumphed to create the first public skate park in the City of New Orleans.

Comments

This abstract is published as Shirtcliff, B. Engaging Youth Rights to the City Through DIY Skateparks. CCLR 15 Book of Proceedings: 15th Canadian Congress on Leisure Research May 23-26,2017 in Kitchener ON. Posted with permission.

Copyright Owner
Canadian Association for Leisure Studies
Language
en
File Format
application/pdf
Citation Information
Benjamin A Shirtcliff. "Engaging Youth Rights to the City Through DIY Skateparks" Kitchener(2017) p. 333
Available at: http://0-works.bepress.com.library.simmons.edu/benjamin_shirtcliff/17/