5 edition of Rethinking the Youth Question found in the catalog.
December 1998 by Duke University Press .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||414|
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About this book Introduction An argument is made for linking the cultural, structural and autobiographical dimensions of the youth question in order to engage educationally with the burden of representation which young people are made to carry via race, class and sexuality in the postmodern world.
In Rethinking the Youth Question, essays representing twenty years of Cohen’s work—beginning in —are presented together for the first time. Some of these essays have not previously been published, others have been difficult Rethinking the Youth Question book locate, and together they provide a precise conceptual history of the development of British cultural studies Author: Phil Cohen.
Rethinking the Youth Question demands attention for its implicit dissent from the media-saturated condition of the new establishment in cultural studies."-Thomas Crow, from an Artforum review of the British edition "This is an important collection of essays by an influential (but underacknowledged) participant in cultural studies in England Author: Phil Cohen.
The most detailed account of the rise of Hitler Youth is given by H. Kock, in the book of that title (London, ). A good source book on the American student and hippy movements of the s is C. Adelman, Generations (London, ); a critical reading of this material is to be found in C. Lasch, The Culture Narcissism (London, ).Cited by: Phil Cohen is a founding scholar in the study of British youth subculture and a key figure at the Birmingham Centre for Contemporary Cultural Studies.
In Rethinking the Youth Question, essays representing twenty years of Cohen's work--beginning in are presented together for the first time. Some of these essays have not previously been published, others have been difficult to.
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Free shipping for many products. Rethinking the Youth Question is a collection of reprinted pieces spanning over 25 years, each with an informative commentary, a new and autobiographical introduction to the book, and the addition of several new pieces. The book records a sort of continuity in Cohen's personal and political engagement with ‘the youth question’, and in so Cited by: 3.
`Rethinking Youth should prove useful for practitioners as well as academic researchers. It was also a welcome change to see a detailed discussion of social relations around ethnicity. "race" and class from the perspective of Australian society, as well as the more usual and dominant focus on Britain and the USA' - Sociological Research Online.
Challenging the conventional wisdom surrounding the position and opportunities of young people today, Rethinking Youth offers a provocative critique of the mainstream conceptions of youth, the programs and strategies designed for "at-risk" young people, and policy development in youth affairs.
The authors demonstrate how the concept of youth involves a tension between the. The Paperback of the Rethinking the Youth Question: Education, Labour and Cultural Studies by P. Cohen at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Cohen, Philip, Rethinking the youth question. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, (OCoLC) Rethinking Youth Ministry critiques this older paradigm and invites the reader into a dialogue to help rethink many of the deepest assumptions of youth ministry in the mainline church.
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[Philip Cohen] -- Bringing together essays, research studies, etc., written over the past two decades, this book traces a history of political & intellectual debates on the left & in cultural studies, around central. Advent & Christmas Ebooks for Youth Ministry: From Rethinking Youth Ministry on Wednesday, Novem @ PM PST in the "Blog" of our favorite resources here at Rethinking Youth Ministry is our Advent/Christmas Ideas for Youth Ministry ebook and its sequel, cleverly titled "More Advent/Christmas Ideas for Youth Ministry!".
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An introduction to the study of young people which surveys the key issues affecting youth in Australia and the rest of the world. It considers the major debates surrounding the position of young people in society, the role of the state, the concept of class, the place of culture.
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From Rethinking Youth Ministry on Monday, Octo @ PM PST in the "Blog" Category. At the recent Rethinking Youth Ministry event I led in Boulder, a question came up that any person leading ministry with youth in mainline and progressive churches probably needs to ask on a regular basis.
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Rethinking the Youth Question is a collection of reprinted pieces spanning over 25 years, each with an informative commentary, a new and autobiographical introduction to the book, and the addition of several new pieces. The book records a sort of continuity in Cohen's personal and political engagement with 'the youth question', and in so doing.
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They are using phrases like, “youth ministry is a year failed experiment” 1, or youth ministry is “a weed in the church” 2 that must be pulled immediately.
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Today our host, Sarah Anderson, is joined by the founder and CEO of Orange, Reggie Joiner, and Orange’s executive director of student strategy, Crystal Chiang, to talk about some crucial ideas to consider when gearing up for a brand new youth ministry school year.
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In the latest issue of Youth and Children’s Work Magazine, the cover title of which is “Back to the drawing board” there are two articles about how we might rethink our work with children and young people. Despite the “and” in the title of the magazine, these articles are entirely separate and also significantly different in what they suggest the “rethinking” should involve.
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This accessible book takes a fresh and original approach to the concept of youth, placing changes in the social construction of youth within a more general story of the rise and fall of grand theory in social science.
Gill Jones evaluates the current relevance of these wider social theories to understanding youth in late modernity in the light of key examples of empirical work on young Author: Gill Jones. My review of a fantastic new book, now in paperback: Matthew Croasmun, The Emergence of Sin: The Cosmic Tyrant in Romans (New York: Oxford University Press, ).