Routledge Handbook of Youth and Young Adulthood
New Perspectives and Agendas (Routledge International Handbooks)
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|Format: ||Hardcover, 482 pages, 2nd Revised Edition|
|Other Information: ||11 black & white illustrations, 2 black & white tables, 11 black & white line drawings|
|Published In: ||United Kingdom, 01 October 2016|
The second and completely revised edition of the Routledge Handbook of Youth and Young Adulthood draws on the work of leading academics from four continents in order to introduce up-to-date perspectives on a wide range of issues that affect and shape youth and young adulthood. It provides a multi-disciplinary overview of a dynamic field of study that offers unique insights on social change in advanced societies. It is aimed at researchers, policy-makers and advanced students on a global level. The Handbook introduces the main theoretical perspectives used within youth studies and sets out future research agendas. Each of the ten sections covers an important area of research - from education and the labour market to youth cultures, health and crime - discussing change and continuity in the lives of young people, introducing readers to some of the most important work in the field, while highlighting the underlying perspectives that have been used to understand the complexity of modern youth and young adulthood.
Table of Contents
Part I: Reconceptualising Youth Transitions 1. The Changing Landscape of Youth and Young Adulthood, (Andy Furlong) 2. Socio-economic Reproduction, (Ken Roberts) 3. The Sociology of Generations and Youth Studies, (Dan Woodman) 4. Youth and Reflexive Life Management, (Rachel Thomson) 5. The Emergence of Emerging Adulthood: The New Life Stage Between Adolescence and Young Adulthood, (Jennifer Lynn Tanner and Jeffrey Arnett) Part II: Divisions 6. Young People and Social Class, (Steven Roberts) 7. Post-crisis: Youth, Identity, Class and Gender, (Linda McDowell) 8. Young People, Race and Ethnicity, (Anoop Nayak) 9. Youth and Disability: Growing Up, Getting Out, Getting On?, (Alan Roulstone) 10. Young Refugees, (Elizabeth Heger Boyle and Jasmine Trang Ha) Part III: Education 11. Educating for Late Modernity, (Johanna Wyn ) 12. The Influence of Basic Skills and Literacy Practices on Youth Transitions and Identities, (Mark Cieslik and Donald Simpson) 13. Young People and Higher Education, (Rachel Brooks) 14. Vocationalism, (David B. Bills, Paula Protsch and Lukas Graf) 15. Vocational Education and Training (VET) and the Transition from School to Work - Challenges and Dilemmas, (Jan Skrobenek) Part IV: Employment 16. Changing Experiences of Work, (Jeylan T. Mortimer) 17. "Youth Unemployment", (Niall O'Higgins) 18. Precarious Work: The Growing Precarite of Youth, (Robert MacDonald) 19. NEETs in European Agenda: Characteristics and Policy Debate, (Massimiliano Mascherini) 20. Urban Chinese Youth, (Alex Cockain) 21. Youth Entrepreneurship: A Developmental Systems Perspective, (G. John Geldhof, Sara K. Johnson, Michelle B. Weiner, Dustin Hunt and Richard M. Lerner) Part V: Dependency 22. Leaving the Parental Home as a Transition Marker to Adulthood, (Anne Berngruber) 23. Young, Free and Single? Young Adults and Independent Living Arrangements, (Sue Heath) 24. Intergenerational Support During the Transition to Adulthood, (Teresa Toguchi Swartz and Kirsten Bengtson O'Brien) 25. Early Childbearing in the New Era f Delayed Adulthood, (Frank Furstenberg Jr.) 26. Conceptualisations of Youth Homelessness and the Role of The Family, (Justin Barker ) Part VI: Youth Culture 27. Cultural transitions: celebrity and young people's aspirations, (Kim Allen, Heather Mendick, Laura Harvey and Aisha Ahmad) 28. Young Adults and the Night-Time Economy, (Robert G. Hollands) 29. Youth and Consumer Markets, (Amy L. Best and Randy Lynn) 30. Spectacular Soundtracks: Youth and Music, (Andy Bennett) 31. Young People and Intoxication: Illegal Drugs, Alcohol and Legal Highs, (Shane Blackman) 32. Spectacular Youth? Young People's Fashion and Style, (Paul Hodkinson) 33. Young Cyborgs? Youth and the Digital Age, ( Kate C. Tilleczek & Ron Srigley) Part VII: Civic Engagement and Disengagement 34. Youth Political Participation in Europe: A New Participatory Landscape, (James Sloam ) 35. Young People, Politics and Citizenship, (Anita Harris) 36. Do the Young Still Need Trade Unions and do Unions Want Them?, (Glynne Williams and Martin Quinn) 37. Understanding Online Activism in Transition Society, (Airi-Alina Allaste and David Cairns) 38. Young People and Armed Conflict, (Colette Daiute) Part VIII: Physical and Mental Health 39. Health in Youth: Changing Times and Changing Influences, (Patrick West) 40. Sexualities and Gender-Based Research in Youth Studies, (Deevia Bhana) 41. The Social Context of Youth Mental Health, (Evelina Landstedt and Julia Coffey) 42. Pathways Linking Social Class to Smoking, Drinking and Psychiatric Distress, (Michael Green) Part IX: Identities, Values and Beliefs 43. Youth-Identity Studies: History, Controversies and Future Directions, (James E. Cote) 44. Young People, Islam and the Significance of Religious Identities in British Society, (Louise Ryan) 45. The Influence of Aspirations on Educational and Occupational Outcomes, (Nathan Jones and Barbara Schneider) 46. Young People and the Coming of the 3rd Industrial Revolution: New Work Ethics and the Self as Enterprise after the GFC, after neo-Liberalism, (Peter Kelly) 47. Understanding the Sexual Lives of Young People, (Janet Holland) Part X: Crime and Deviance 48. Young People and Desistance, (Briege Nugent and Fergus McNeill) 49. Young People and Anti-Social Behaviour, (Alan France) 50. Youth in a World of Gangs, (John M. Hagedorn) 51. Young People, Crime and Justice, (Rob White) 52.Experiencing Youth Justice and Penality, (Siobhan Mcalister and Nicola Carr)
About the Author
Andy Furlong is Professor in the School of Education of Sociology at the University of Glasgow and Dean of Research in the College of Social Sciences. He is editor of the Journal of Youth Studies, co-author of the influential book Young People and Social Change (2007 2nd Edition) and author of Youth Studies: An Introduction.
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