Key Concepts in Youth Studies

Editor/Author Cieslik, Mark and Simpson, Donald
Publication Year: 2013
Publisher: Sage UK

Price: Core Collection Only
ISBN: 978-1-4462-7461-3
Category: Social Sciences - Sociology
Book Status: Available
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Key Concepts in Youth Studies stands out as a natural companion for students on youth studies, sociology, criminology and social science programmes.

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Table of Contents

  • About the Authors
  • Acknowledgements
  • Introduction: Making Sense of Young People Today?
  • Foundational Concepts, Issues and Debates
  • 1 Defining Youth
  • 2 Youth Transitions
  • 3 Youth Cultures
  • 4 Young People and Social Policy
  • 5 Working with Young People
  • 6 Researching Youth
  • 7 Theorising Youth
  • 8 The History of Youth
  • 9 Young People, Divisions and Inequality
  • 10 Representations of Youth
  • Major Concepts, Issues and Debates
  • 11 Young People and Leisure
  • 12 Youth and Crime
  • 13 Youth Training
  • 14 Young People and Housing
  • 15 Young People, Social Networks and Social Capital
  • 16 Young People and Wellbeing
  • 17 Young People and Gender
  • 18 Young People and Sexualities
  • 19 Young People and Education
  • 20 Young People and the Body
  • 21 Young People and Place
  • 22 Young People and Religion
  • 23 Young People and Music
  • 24 Young People, ‘Race’ and Ethnicities
  • 25 Young People and Informal Learning
  • 26 Youth and Social Class
  • 27 Young People, Politics, Protest and Social Movements
  • 28 Young People, Work and Employment
  • 29 Young People and Globalisation
  • 30 Young People and Disability
  • 31 Young People and Consumption
  • 32 The Youth Underclass
  • 33 Young People and Homelessness