Childhood and Canadian Culture


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Childhood and Canadian Culture
Overview of the Project
This research project examines children's access to a public space using a case study of the Toronto Reference Library at Yonge and Bloor, how it is used and accessed by children both in the past and today, and reactions within the public to that access. The aim is to examine how the library has been used as a third space and perhaps as a virtual space by children from 1977 to the present day. The research project explores the significance of the Toronto Reference Library (TRL) space and how it has changed over time through an examination of the experiences of a 40-year-old man and his 12-year-old daughter both experience the space.
Theoretical Framework
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