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Poster Presentation for Conference - An example

I was advised to publish my conference poster on my blog. So here it is. I’m extremely busy at the moment so am unable to dedicate the time to writing a blog on the process of putting together a poster for a conference. 59 more words

Youth

Guest Post: Dr. Lisa Whittaker on Young People & Leisure

No work doesn’t mean all play: how relevant is the concept of leisure for young people who are unemployed?

Following a recent talk at the… 1,201 more words

Inequality

Guest Post: Seán Duffy - "The Dual Society: A Risk Postponed"

Seán Duffy is a PhD candidate at the University of Glasgow. His research focuses on the future of ‘work’ and how it is perceived by young people during times of economic austerity. 1,344 more words

Inequality

In Defence of Youth Transitions

In the last article I outlined a relatively new conceptual approach to the study of young people – that of youth generation. Proponents of this approach have argued that this way of looking at young people’s issues offers the best way of unpacking processes of change, continuity and particular processes embedding inequalities for young people growing up in contemporary society. 1,563 more words

Inequality

I'm one of Thatcher's children - Youth and Generation

As a fully-paid up member of the loony left I was recently horrified to find out that in generational terms I am one of ‘Thatcher’s Children.’ 1,524 more words

Inequality

From Being to Becoming - Young people and the project of the 'self'

Much research conducted with young people shows us that they place a high value on maintaining ‘balance’ in their lives. This generation, perhaps more than any other, has to live with the almost continual pressure to ‘achieve’ – to endlessly pursue self-development in order to stay ahead of the pack. 863 more words

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Gender, Youth, Community, Methodology and More:

A Symposium Celebrating the Life and Work of Pearl Jephcott

College Court Conference Centre

University of Leicester

July 9th 2015… 436 more words

Pearl Jephcott