Black youth matters : transitions from school to success
LC212.3 .G7 W74 2010
- Unknown LC212.3 .G7 W74 2010
- Includes bibliographical references (p. 143-156) and index.
- Series Editor Introduction Introduction 1. Theorising Youth Transitions: The Intersectionality of Race, Ethnicity, Gender and Social Class 2. Resistance, Resilience and Empowering Habitus: Connecting Identities, Ambitions and 'Success' 3. The role of Family and Kinship in Achieving 'Success' 4. Peers and Friendship Networks in 'Success' Making 5. Collective Resistance: Community Networks and Social Capital in Success Making 6. Youth, 'Race'/Ethnicity and Social Mobility in Contemporary Society 7. Understanding Black Youth, Success and Transitions in Society Today Notes References.
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- Publisher's Summary
- Based on ethnographic research with young people permanently excluded from school, this title examines the resourcefulness of young black people in overcoming the process of school failure to forge more positive futures for themselves.
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- Cecile Wright, Penny Standen and Tina Patel.
- Critical youth studies