Search Results

You are looking at 1 - 7 of 7 items for :

  • All: "hybridity" x
  • Youth & Adolescence x
  • Global Studies x

Carles Feixa Pàmpols and Maritza Urteaga Castro-Pozo

-edited with the Australian sociologist Pam Nilan, Global youth? Hybrid identities and plural worlds (2006), which takes a non-Eurocentric approach to the transnationalization of youth culture. I coedited another volume with Nilan and Leccardi inspired by the same glocalist conception: Youth, Space and Time

Hiro Saito

. Educating the National Citizen in Neoliberal Times: From the Multicultural Self to the Strategic Cosmopolitan . Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 28 ( 4 ): 387 – 403 . Nilan P. and Feixa C. , eds. (2006) . Global Youth?: Hybrid Identities, Plural Worlds

Youth, Space and Time

Agoras and Chronotopes in the Global City

Series:

Edited by Carles Feixa, Carmen Leccardi and Pam Nilan

This book engages with the experience of space and time in youth cultures across the world. Putting together contemporary case studies on young transnationalists, young glocals and young protesters in cities on the five continents, it analyzes new agoras and chronotopes in global cities. It is based on a selection of papers first presented to the International Sociological Association (ISA) Research Committee 34 session on Youth Cultures, Space and Time that took place during the ISA World Congresses of Sociology in Gothenburg, Sweden (2010), and in Yokohama, Japan (2014). The value of this volume for youth researchers worldwide is twofold. Firstly, the chapters exemplify innovative approaches to understanding the fluid and dynamic urban space-time dimension in which young people’s cultural and bodily practices are located. Secondly, the volume offers a transnational perspective. Chapter contributors come from countries across the world, and give account of very diverse youth culture phenomena. They represent both established researchers and new voices in youth research.

Contributors are: Óscar Aguilera Ruiz, Ilenya Camozzi, Carles Feixa, Vitor Sérgio Ferreira, Liliana Galindo Ramírez, Elham Golpoush-Nezhad, Leila Jeolás, Jeffrey J. Juris, Hagen Kordes, Sofia Laine, Carmen Leccardi, Pam Nilan, Jordi Nofre, Ndukaeze Nwabueze, Luca Queirolo Palmas, Yannis Pechtelidis, Geoffrey Pleyers, José Sánchez García, Mahmood Shahabi.

Series:

Edited by Peter Kelly and Annelies Kamp

In A Critical Youth Studies for the 21st Century Peter Kelly and Annelies Kamp present an edited collection that explores the challenges and opportunities faced by young people in an often dangerous 21st century. In an increasingly globalised world these challenges and opportunities include those associated with widening inequalities, precarious labour markets, the commodification of education, the hopes for democracy, and with practising an identity under these circumstances and in these spaces.

Drawing on contemporary critical social theories and diverse methodologies, contributors to the collection, who are established and emerging scholars from the Americas, Europe, and Asia/Pacific, open up discussions about what a critical youth studies can contribute to community, policy and academic debates about these challenges and opportunities.

Contributors are: Anna Anderson, Dena Aufseeser, Judith Bessant, Ros Black, Daniel Briggs, Laurie Browne, David Cairns, Perri Campbell, James Côté, Ann Dadich, Maria de Lourdes Beldi Alacantra, Nora Duckett, Deirdre Duffy, Angela Dwyer, Christina Ergler, Michelle Fine, Madeline Fox, Andy Furlong, Theo Gavrielides, Henry Giroux, John Goodwin, Keith Heggart, Luke Howie, Amelia Johns, Annelies Kamp, Peter Kelly, Fengshu Liu, Conor McGuckin, Majella McSharry, Filipa Menezes, Magda Nico, Pam Nilan, Henrietta O'Connor, Jo Pike, Herwig Reiter, Geraldine Scanlon, Keri Schwab, Michael Shevlin, Adnan Selimovic, Joan Smith, Jodie Taylor, Steven Threadgold, Vappu Tyyskä, Brendan Walsh, Lucas Walsh, Rob Watts, Bronwyn Wood, Dan Woodman, and David Zyngier.

Victor Roudometof

and youth ( Driver, 2008 ; Pullen, 2014 ). Youth transnationalism and hybridity have become an almost indispensable facet of discussions ( Kennedy & Roudometof, 2006; Nilan & Feixa, 2006 ). In ‘We Are the Mods’ for example, Feldman (2009) conducted a transnational study of Mod subculture in the

Vincenzo Cicchelli and Sylvie Octobre

. Nilan P. and Feixa C. , eds. (2006) . Global Youth?: Hybrid Identities, Plural Worlds . London : Routledge . Norris P. and Inglehart R. F. (2009) . Cosmopolitan Communications. Cultural Diversity in a Globalized World . Cambridge : Cambridge University