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Lost Youth in the Global City: Class.

Author: Jo-Anne Dillabough
Publisher: New York : Taylor & Francis, 2010.
Series: Critical youth studies.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English
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Offers a window on the lives and educational experiences of young city dwellers in a time of accelerating globalization and urban malaise. This book shows how groups of young people, marked by  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Jo-Anne Dillabough
ISBN: 0415995582 9780415995580 0415995574 9780415995573 0203858336 9780203858332
OCLC Number: 645751443
Description: 1 online resource (xi, 239 pages) : illustrations.
Contents: Series Editor PrefaceAcknowledgementsPart I: Introduction1. Theoretical `Breaks' and Youth Cultural Studies: Post-Industrial Moments, Conceptual Dilemmas and Urban Scales of Spatial Change2. Spatial Landscapes of Ethnographic Inquiry: Phenomenology, Moral Entrepeneurship and the Investigation of Cultural Meaning 3. Lost Youth and Urban Landscapes: Researching the Interface of Youth Imaginaries and UrbanizationPart II: Young People's Urban Imaginaries in the Global City: Utopian Fantasies and Classification Struggles4. Warehousing `Ginos', `Thugs' and `Gangstas' in Urban Canadian Schools: Gender Rivalries and Subcultural Defenses in Late Modernity5. Urban Imaginaries and Youth Geographies of Emotion: Ambivalence, Anxiety, and Class Fantasies of Home6. Impossible Citizens in the Global Metropolis: Race, Landscapes of Power and the New `Emotional Geographies' of the City7. Legitimacy, Risk and Belonging in the Global City: Individualization and the Language of CitizenshipConclusion
Series Title: Critical youth studies.

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