Lost youth in the global city: class, culture and the urban imaginary

Theoretical "breaks" and youth cultural studies : post-industrial moments, conceptual dilemmas, and urban scales of spatial change -- Spatial landscapes of ethnographic inquiry phenomenology, moral entrepeneurship, and the investigation of cultural meaning -- Lost youth and post-industrial...

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Main Author: Dillabough, Jo-Anne (Author)
Other Authors: Kennelly, Jacqueline; Kennelly, Jaqueline
Format: Print Book
Language:English
Published: New York, NY [u.a.] Routledge 2010
Edition:1. publ.
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Summary:Theoretical "breaks" and youth cultural studies : post-industrial moments, conceptual dilemmas, and urban scales of spatial change -- Spatial landscapes of ethnographic inquiry phenomenology, moral entrepeneurship, and the investigation of cultural meaning -- Lost youth and post-industrial urban landscapes : researching the interface of youth imaginaries, and urbanization -- Warehousing "ginos", "thugs" and "gangstas" in urban Canadian schools : gender rivalries and subcultural defenses in late modernity -- Urban imaginaries and geographies of emotion : ambivalence, anxiety, and class fantasies of home -- Impossible citizens in the global metropolis : race, landscapes of power, and the new "emotional geographies" of the city -- Legitimacy, risk, and belonging in the global city : neo-liberalism, individualization, and the language of citizenship
Item Description:Includes bibliographical references and index
Physical Description:XI, 239 S. Ill.
ISBN:0415995574
0415995582
9780415995573
9780415995580