Edited By Shirley R. Steinberg and Awad Ibrahim
Preface xi Awad Ibrahim Part I Theorizing Youth and Research 1 Chapter 1. Contextualizing Corporate Kids: Kinderculture as Cultural Pedagogy 3 S hirley R. Steinberg Chapter 2. Cipher5 as Method: Aesthetic Education, Critical Youth Studies Research, and Emancipation 27 Michael B. MacDonald Part II Economics and Youth Research 47 Chapter 3. Trapped Inside a Poisoned Maze; Mapping Young People’s Geographies of Disposability in Neoliberal Times of School Disinvestment 49 Patricia Krueger-Henney Chapter 4. Resisting Marginalization: Students’ Conversations About Life in University 71 Carl E. James viii critically researching youth Chapter 5. The Standpoint Project: Practitioner Research and Action When Working With Young People From Low-Income Families 89 Tony Kruger, Jo Williams, and Marcelle Cacciattolo Part III Youth Identity and Research 109 Chapter 6. Kinship Narratives: Beat Nation, Indigenous Peoples (Hip Hop), and the Politics of Unmasking Our Ignorance 111 Haidee Smith Lefebvre and Awad Ibrahim Chapter 7. “Too Much Drama”: The Effect of Smartphones on Teenagers’ Live Theater Experience 129 John M. Richardson Chapter 8. Macklemore: Strong Poetry, Hip Hop Courage, and the Ethics of the Appointment 151 Awad Ibrahim and Adriana Alfano Chapter 9. Immigrant Canadian New Youth: Expressing and Exploring Youth Identities in a Multicultural Context 167 Handel Kashope Wright and Maryam Nabavi Part IV Researching Youth and Place 179 Chapter 10. Hispanic Youth Leadership in Texas: Creating a Mexican American College-Going Culture in West Texas 181 Mary Frances Agnello Chapter 11. Conocimiento: Mixtec Youth sin fronteras 191 Elizabeth Quintero Chapter 12. The Schooling of African Youth in...
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