Youth : responding to lives : an international reader
- edited by Andrew Azzopardi.
- text file; PDF.
- Rotterdam : Sense Publishers, ©2013.
- Physical description
- 1 online resource (xvii, 291 pages).
- Studies in inclusive education series ; v. 25.
- Azzopardi, Andrew.
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Introduction / Andrew Azzopardi
- Re-Vitalising the Youth Subculture Concept / Albert Bell
- Serv(ic)Ing the Country? / Arun Kumar
- Youth Activism / Andrew Azzopardi
- Spatio-Temporal Concepts and the Sociophysical Realities Impinging on the Rehabilitation of Incarcerated Youth / Janice Formosa Pace, Saviour Formosa
- Playing Grown-Up / Jenny Slater
- Schools Promoting Community Involvement for Inclusion / Suzanne Gatt, Laura Sue Armeni
- Inclusion is ... : Musing and Conversations about the Meaning of Inclusion / Margo Alison Shuttleworth
- Acceptance or Acceptability / Valerie L. Karr, Stephen Meyers
- Constructing a Modern Disability Identity / Matthew J. Schuelka
- The Power of Imagination in the Lives of Young People with Significant Disabilities / Janet S. Sauer
- The World According to Sofie / Elisabeth De Schauwer, Hanne Vandenbussche, Sofie De Schryver
- Warning / Nancy La Monica, Vera Chouinard
- Youth Lead / Alexis N. Petri, Ronda J. Jenson, Arden D. Day
- How Thinking Against the Grain Teaches You to Love What School Hates / Naomi Folb
- How Can I Lose My Shyness ...? / Joanne Cassar
- Developmental Denial / Matthew Wappett
- Conceptualizing Students with "Significant Intellectual Disabilities" / Karen D. Schwartz.
- This book draws from various fields of knowledge, in an effort to theorise, create new and innovative conceptual platforms and develop further the hybrid idea of discourses around social inclusion and youth (from policy, practice and research perspectives). Youth: Responding to lives - An international handbook attempts to fill the persistent gap in the problematisation and understanding of inclusion, communalism, citizenship - that are intertwined within the complex youth debate. It writhes and wriggles to highlight the interconnections between the encounters, events and endeavors in young people's lives. The focus of this edited work is also intended to help us understand how young people shape their development, involvement, and visibility as socio-political actors within their communities. It is this speckled experience of youth that remains one of the most electrifying stages in a community's lifecycle. Contributors to this text have engaged with notions around identity and change, involvement, social behavior, community cohesion, politics and social activism. The chapters offer an array of critical perspectives on social policies and the broad realm of social inclusion/exclusion and how it affects young people. This book essentially analyses equal opportunities and its allied concepts, including inequality, inequity, disadvantage and diversity that have been studied extensively across all disciplines of social sciences and humanities but now need a youth studies 'application'.
- Publication date
- Studies in inclusive education ; v. 25
- 9462094314 (electronic bk.)
- 9789462094314 (electronic bk.)