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Keywords in Youth Studies

Tracing Affects, Movements, Knowledges - 0 - 3905432

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With recent attention to issues such as youth social exclusion, poverty, school underachievement, school violence, gang activity, sexuality, and youth's interactions with media and the internet, youth studies has emerged as a significant interdisciplinary field. It has moved beyond its roots in subcultural studies to encompass a diverse array of disciplines, subfields, and theoretical orientations. Yet no volume exists that systematically presents and puts into dialogue the field's areas of focus and approaches to research. As a unique blend of reference guide, conceptual dictionary, and critical assessment, Keywords in Youth Studies presents and historicizes the "state of the field." It offers theoretically-informed analysis of key concepts, and points to possibilities for youth studies' reconstruction. Contributors include internationally-renowned field experts who trace the origins, movements, and uses and meanings of "keywords" such as resistance, youth violence, surveillance, and more. The blending of section essays with focused keywords offers beginning and advanced readers multiple points of entry into the text and connections across concepts.
A must-read for graduate students, faculty, and researchers across a range of disciplines, this extraordinary new book promotes new interdisciplinary approaches to youth research and advocacy.
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Nancy Lesko is Professor of Education and Maxine Greene Chair at Teachers College, Columbia University. Susan Talburt is Director and Associate Professor of Women's Studies at Georgia State University.
An Introduction to Seven Technologies of Youth Studies, Susan Talburt and Nancy Lesko Section I: A History of the Present of Youth Studies, Susan Talburt and Nancy Lesko * Biology/Nature, Elizabeth Seaton *(Dis)ability, Beth A. Ferri * Juvenile Justice, Erica Meiners * Leisure, Carles Feixa * Middle School, Julie McLeod * School-to-Work Transition, Meg Maguire and Stephen J. Ball * Surveillance, Rachel Oppenheim Section II: Research and Regulation of Knowledge, Thomas S. Popkewitz * Commodification, Lisa Weems * Culture, Mikko Salasuo and Tommi Hoikkala * Ethnographies, Wanda S. Pillow * Histories, Andrew J. Reisinger * Peer Groups, Johanna Wyn * Transnational Governance Organizations, Noah W. Sobe Section III: Populational Reasoning, Gordon Tait * Age, Yen Yen Woo * Disorderly, Valerie Harwood * Generation, Cindy Patton * Resistance, Elizabeth Soep * Subculture, Martha Marin Caicedo * Trans, Alejondro Venegas-Steele Section IV: Citizenship Stories, Anita Harris * Democracy, Benjamin Baez * Hijab, Amira Jarmakani * Human Rights, Julie Kubala * Mall, Carolyn Vander Schee * Nation, Rupa Huq * Postcolonial, Aaron Koh and Allan Luke * Sex Education, Mary Louise Rasmussen Section V: Mobilities and the Transnationalization of Youth Cultures, Fazal Rizvi * Health, Emma Rich * Immigrant, Claudia Matus * Internet, Lori B. MacIntosh, Stuart Poyntz, and Mary K. Bryson * Musicking, Julian Henriques * Sexuality, Mary Jane Kehily * TV and Film, Bill Osgerby Section VI: Everyday Exceptions: Geographies of Social Imaginaries, Sunaina Maira * Cultural Production, John Broughton * Hybridity, Pam Nilan * Safe Spaces, M. Piper Dumont * Street Children, Rob Pattman * Style, Kristen Luschen * Youth Violence, Todd R. Ramlow Section VII: Enchantment, Nancy Lesko and Susan Talburt * The Erotic, Jen Gilbert * Innocence, Elizabeth Marshall * NGOs, Dana Burde * Nostalgia, Kaoru Miyazawa * Teacher Movies, Rebecca Stanko * Youth Activism, Noel S. Anderson * Youth Participatory Action Research, Michelle Fine