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by Andy Furlong

ePub Youth Studies: An Introduction download
Author:
Andy Furlong
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978-0415564793
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0415564794
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Routledge; 1 edition (November 14, 2012)
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Parenting
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Andy Furlong is Professor of Social Inclusion and Education in the School of Education at the University of Glasgow, Scotland.

Andy Furlong is Professor of Social Inclusion and Education in the School of Education at the University of Glasgow, Scotland. Andy is an educational sociologist with a long-standing specialism in the study of youth and a strong interest in the reproduction of inequalities and in processes of social change.

Lanham, MD: Lexington. Andy Furlong: Youth Studies: An Introduction. London 2012: Routledge, 300 pp. This book aims to provide undergraduate. students with a source from which to ob-. tain a fi rst idea of the concepts, theories, and trends within youth studies. Family Influences on Firms: An Introduction.

Andy Furlong is Professor of Social Inclusion and Education in the School of Education at the University of Glasgow . Andy is an educational sociologist with a long-standing specialism in the study of youth and a strong interest in the reproduction of inequalities and in processes of social change

Andy Furlong is Professor of Social Inclusion and Education in the School of Education at the University of Glasgow, Scotland.

The concise summaries of key texts and the ideas of important theorists make the book an invaluable resource. The book also raises questions for discussion, with international case studies and up-to-date examples. Andy Furlong is Professor of Social Inclusion and Education in the School of Education at the University of Glasgow, Scotland.

Lanham, MD: Lexington Books This book aims to provide undergraduate students with a source from . Andy Furlong defines youth as a social construct, detached from biological criteria.

Lanham, MD: Lexington Books. Andy Furlong: Youth Studies: An Introduction London 2012: Routledge, 300 pp. This book aims to provide undergraduate students with a source from which to obtain a first idea of the concepts, theories, and trends within youth studies. At the end of each chapter it offers a summary of key facts and findings, further questions, recommendations for further readings, and other sources of information, such as Youtube clips. Youth is the phase between childhood and adulthood and more broadly defined than adolescence.

Youth studies is an interdisciplinary academic field devoted to the study of the development, history, culture, psychology, and politics of youth. Youth Studies: An Introduction. The field studies not only specific cultures of young people, but also their relationships, roles and responsibilities throughout the larger societies which they occupy. p. 227. ISBN 978-0-415-56479-3. The book discusses important issues within youth studies, for example

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Youth Studies: an introduction is a clear, jargon-free and accessible textbook which will be invaluable in helping to explain concepts, theories and trends within youth studies. The concise summaries of key texts and the ideas of important theorists make the book an invaluable resource. The book also raises questions for discussion, with international case studies and up-to-date examples.

The book discusses important issues within youth studies, for example:

education and opportunity employment and unemployment family, friends and living arrangements crime and justice identities health and sexuality citizenship and political engagement.

Suitable for a wide range of youth-related courses, this textbook provides a theoretical and empiricalintroduction to youth studies. It will appeal to undergraduate students on international academic and vocational courses, including sociology, politics, criminology, social policy, geography and psychology.