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The Resource Education and youth agency : qualitative case studies in global contexts, (electronic resource)

Education and youth agency : qualitative case studies in global contexts, (electronic resource)

Label
Education and youth agency : qualitative case studies in global contexts
Title
Education and youth agency
Title remainder
qualitative case studies in global contexts
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Member of
Dewey number
379.2/6
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • DeJaeghere, Joan G
  • Josić, Jasmina
  • McCleary, Kate S
Series statement
Advancing responsible adolescent development
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  • Educational equalization
  • Youth
  • Children
Label
Education and youth agency : qualitative case studies in global contexts, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Dedication; Acknowledgements; Contents; About the Editors; About the Contributors; Conceptualizing Youth Agency; Introduction; Theories of Agency and Education; Bourdieusian Perspectives on Agency, Structure, and Education; Feminist Framings of Agency and Structure; Reflexivity, Agency, and Culture; Agency, Capabilities, and Well-being; Agency and Empowerment; Situating Agency Within Youth and Educational Studies; Agency, Citizen Activism, and Society; Agency, Social Identities, and Status; Agency in/Through Family and Peer Relations; The Chapters; References
  • Part I: Youth Agency and Community, Historical, and Political Contexts"You Are Building on Something": Exploring Agency and Belonging Among African American Young Adults; What Made the Difference?; Framing Agency: Critical Consciousness, Critical Race Consciousness, and Transformative and Coalitional Agency; Critical Consciousness and Critical Race Consciousness; Transformative and Coalitional Agency; Youth Space and the Community; Researching Young Adults as Change-Agents Over Time
  • "You Had the Feeling You Were Part of Something Else. You Are Building on Something": Agency and Belonging Relationships in the Youth Space Community; Learning "So Much More" Through a Counter-narrative of African American History; Commitments in Action: A Worldview of Connection and Embeddedness; Discussion; Conclusion; References; Community Context and Relations Conditioning United States Youth's Citizen Agency; Citizen Agency as the Practice of Citizenship; Conceptualizing Citizen Agency Within the Institutional Structures and Practices of Their Communities; Methodology
  • "Community Is a Base Part of Citizenship": Belonging in Communities and Acting as Citizens Schools, Suburban and Urban Communities Shaping Belonging and Non-belonging; Community Opportunities, Resources, and Safety Shape Youth's Sense of Being a Citizen; From Belonging to Acting as a Citizen; Can Citizen Agency Be Produced Equally Amid Varying Conditions of Communities?; Conclusion; References; Confronting "The Conditions" of Sénégalese Higher Education: Reframing Representation and Activism; Introduction; "The Rule of Failure": Material and Ideological Conditions on Campus
  • Conceptualizing Student Agency: Cultural Production, Discourse and Social Justice UCAD: The Compelling Qualitative Case; Confronting the Politics of Education via "The Educated Person" Discourse and In Loco Cura Critique; "The Educated Person" Discourse; In Loco Cura: Student Organizing for Community Provision; Collective Student Leadership and Activism; Re-presenting the Large Group Protest: Nonviolence and Diplomacy; Making Sense of the UCAD Case: Re-presenting Student Activism; Implications of UCAD's Student Activism for Agency Research and Theory; Conclusion; References
Control code
ocn957955950
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783319333441
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)957955950
Label
Education and youth agency : qualitative case studies in global contexts, (electronic resource)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Dedication; Acknowledgements; Contents; About the Editors; About the Contributors; Conceptualizing Youth Agency; Introduction; Theories of Agency and Education; Bourdieusian Perspectives on Agency, Structure, and Education; Feminist Framings of Agency and Structure; Reflexivity, Agency, and Culture; Agency, Capabilities, and Well-being; Agency and Empowerment; Situating Agency Within Youth and Educational Studies; Agency, Citizen Activism, and Society; Agency, Social Identities, and Status; Agency in/Through Family and Peer Relations; The Chapters; References
  • Part I: Youth Agency and Community, Historical, and Political Contexts"You Are Building on Something": Exploring Agency and Belonging Among African American Young Adults; What Made the Difference?; Framing Agency: Critical Consciousness, Critical Race Consciousness, and Transformative and Coalitional Agency; Critical Consciousness and Critical Race Consciousness; Transformative and Coalitional Agency; Youth Space and the Community; Researching Young Adults as Change-Agents Over Time
  • "You Had the Feeling You Were Part of Something Else. You Are Building on Something": Agency and Belonging Relationships in the Youth Space Community; Learning "So Much More" Through a Counter-narrative of African American History; Commitments in Action: A Worldview of Connection and Embeddedness; Discussion; Conclusion; References; Community Context and Relations Conditioning United States Youth's Citizen Agency; Citizen Agency as the Practice of Citizenship; Conceptualizing Citizen Agency Within the Institutional Structures and Practices of Their Communities; Methodology
  • "Community Is a Base Part of Citizenship": Belonging in Communities and Acting as Citizens Schools, Suburban and Urban Communities Shaping Belonging and Non-belonging; Community Opportunities, Resources, and Safety Shape Youth's Sense of Being a Citizen; From Belonging to Acting as a Citizen; Can Citizen Agency Be Produced Equally Amid Varying Conditions of Communities?; Conclusion; References; Confronting "The Conditions" of Sénégalese Higher Education: Reframing Representation and Activism; Introduction; "The Rule of Failure": Material and Ideological Conditions on Campus
  • Conceptualizing Student Agency: Cultural Production, Discourse and Social Justice UCAD: The Compelling Qualitative Case; Confronting the Politics of Education via "The Educated Person" Discourse and In Loco Cura Critique; "The Educated Person" Discourse; In Loco Cura: Student Organizing for Community Provision; Collective Student Leadership and Activism; Re-presenting the Large Group Protest: Nonviolence and Diplomacy; Making Sense of the UCAD Case: Re-presenting Student Activism; Implications of UCAD's Student Activism for Agency Research and Theory; Conclusion; References
Control code
ocn957955950
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783319333441
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)957955950

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