Rethinking the youth question. by Phil Cohen

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Published by Post 16 Education Centre in association with Youth and Policy in [London] .

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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 Rethinking the youth question. book to locate, and together they provide a precise conceptual history of the development of British cultural studies Cited by: Rethinking the Youth Question: Education, Labour and Cultural Studies [Cohen, P.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Rethinking the Youth Question Cited by: 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 locate, and together they provide a precise conceptual history of the development of British cultural studies Author: Phil Cohen.

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 locate, and. Also exploring broader questions such as the theoretical and sociological significance of youth as a category, this book is a model of useful methodology and engaged cultural reflection.

With empirical research that combines biographical, autobiographical, critical, cultural, and social elements, Rethinking the Youth Question is sure to impact Author: Phil Cohen. Buy Rethinking the Youth Question: Education, Labour and Cultural Studies by Cohen, Rethinking the youth question.

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During this period Cohen co-edited with Angela McRobbie the Youth Questions series for Macmillan. His own books published in the series included Multi-Racist Britain () and Rethinking the Youth Question: education, labour and cultural studies (), which brought together all his academic research on youth culture and schooling.

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