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|The book also explores how this north Indian story relates to practices of waiting occurring in multiple other contexts, making the book of interest to scholars and students of globalization, youth studies, and class across the social ...|
|For the youth situation this means that youth is changing from a social class |
phenomenon to a more general and uniform societal ... But at the same time
youth life has become a field of competition for desired adult life perspectives.
|It is only natural that in keeping with this population dynamics, 'youth' has |
become a heavy-weight segment of Consumer India. In this section, the middle-
class youth—especially urban—is our concern. While with every class of
|But of course social class has become one of the victims of postmodern thought. |
Theorists who are popular among youth researchers, such as Beck (1992),
Giddens (1991), and Sennett (1998), have all, in different ways, argued that class
|Relevance for Youth Policy Today Filip Coussée, Griet Verschelden, Howard |
Williamson. of the work of the CCCS ... Therefore, a rigid class-specific division of
youth cultures has become more and more obsolete. This should, however, not ...
|Middle-class youth had become more integrated into general culture which, he |
argued, was illustrated by its ... Peer group loyalty remains strong, but youth has
become more responsible to conservative adult control, and hence more ...
|As we have seen pupil understandings of being in school are closely connected |
to class cultural understandings of becoming a working class adult. They will not,
therefore, easily give up an understanding which serves to define who they are, ...
|Key points include the following: - The period of youth has been extended and |
has become more complex. ... There is also variation within nations: typically and
historically, middle class transitions have been more protracted than working ...
|In its broadest sense, culture—that which is man-made—is turned into its |
opposite—anticulture—the creature of expanding production. Education,
meaning “to educe,” to draw out from, has become something that the state gives
|We are offered a discursive 'genealogy' of youth, instead of a political history of |
youth as resistance to powerlessness, showing how youth has become an object
in different sorts of gazes (a problem in different sorts of discourses). We get a ...