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Critically Researching Youth

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Edited By Shirley R. Steinberg and Awad Ibrahim

Critically Researching Youth addresses the unique possibilities and contexts involved in deepening a discourse around youth. Authors address both social theoretical and methodological approaches as they delve into a contemporary discipline, which supports research with – not on – young adults. This volume is a refreshing change in the literature on qualitative youth, embodying the understanding of what it means to be a young woman or man. It dismisses any consideration to pathologize youth, instead addressing what society can understand and how we can act in order to support and promote them.

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A Action Research 29, 39, 44, 52–53, 67, 69, 98, 107, 287 Addiction 155, 157, 159–161, 163 Adorno, T. 29–30, 43 Aesthetic education 27–31, 46 Aesthetic experience 28, 31–32 Aesthetic function 31 Aesthetic value 30–31 Aesthetics 27–32, 39 African Youth 53, 74, 183, 205–231, 252, 258 Afrika Bambaataa 258 Agency 10–11, 22, 32, 75, 86, 147, 162, 168, 177, 185, 208, 220, 236, 249 Agricultural workers 196–197 Alarcón, Francisco X. 195 Anzaldúa, G. 191–193, 198, 202 Anesthetized learning 29, 43 Liberation 213, 216, 272–273, 278 Anti-colonialism and liberation pedagogy 273 Apple 22 Aspirational, navigational, and resistant capital 75 Assu, S. 111–114, 117, 119–121–127 Australian Disadvantaged Schools 93 Autobiography 46, 267 Autoethnography 40, 248 AVID 96 B Bacon, F. 28 Baldwin, J. 66–67 Barbie and Ken 22 Barthes, R. 119, 127, 156 Baudrillard, J. 23 Beat Nation: Art, Hip Hop, and Aborigi- nal Culture 111–114, 116–119, 125, 127–128, 253, 257–258, 260–261 292 critically researching youth Beatles 158 Berleant, A. 31 Biesta, G. 37, 38 Black youth 206, 208–209, 211, 216, 223, 250–251, 263–264 Black culture 208, 266 Black youth’s counter-narratives 253 Blackness 128, 164, 249, 253, 256, 265, 286 Blue epistemology 31 Blues aesthetic-knowledge 31 Boal, A. 167–168 Bonding and bridging social capital 75 Book club 34–35, 39 Bourdieu 75, 93–94, 107 Bowie, D. 156 Boy scouts 7 Breakdancing 118, 250, 259...

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