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Title Youth, space and time : agoras and chronotopes in the global city / edited by Carles Feixa, Carmen Leccardi, Pam Nilan ; afterword by Michel Wieviorka.
Imprint Leiden ; Boston : Brill, [2016]

Series Youth in a globalizing world ; volume 3.
Youth in a globalizing world ; http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/no2014114020 v. 3.
Subject Urban youth.
Space and time -- Social aspects.
Alt Name Feixa, Carles, 1962-
Leccardi, Carmen,
Nilan, Pam,
Series Youth in a globalizing world ; volume 3.
Youth in a globalizing world ; http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/no2014114020 v. 3.
Subject Urban youth.
Space and time -- Social aspects.
Alt Name Feixa, Carles, 1962-
Leccardi, Carmen,
Nilan, Pam,
Description 1 online resource (xv, 439 pages).
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Note Online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on July 19, 2016).
Contents Preliminary Material / Carles Feixa , Carmen Leccardi and Pam Nilan -- Introduction: Chronotopes of Youth / Carles Feixa , Carmen Leccardi and Pam Nilan -- Foreword / Carmen Leccardi -- Young Progressive Activists in Europe: Scales, Identity and Agency / Geoffrey Pleyers -- Young People on the Move: Cosmopolitan Strategies in the Transition to Adulthood / Ilenya Camozzi -- Forming Agora Chronotopes from Young People's Political Participation in Transnational Meetings / Sofia Laine -- Gangs in the Latino Atlantic: La Raza Latina, Transnationalism and Generations / Luca Queirolo Palmas -- Youth Cultures in the New Century: Cultural Citizenship and Cosmopolitanism / Carmen Leccardi -- Foreword / Pam Nilan -- Juvenilising Cultures: Illegal and Legal Road Racing in Londrina, Brazil / Leila Jeolás and Hagen Kordes -- The Tattooed Young Body: A Body Still under Suspicion? / Vitor Sérgio Ferreira -- Hip-Hop Culture and Youth in Lagos: The Interface of Globalisation and Identity Crisis / Ndukaeze Nwabueze -- Rap Music and Youth Cultures in Iran: Serious or Light? / Mahmood Shahabi and Elham Golpoush-Nezhad -- Space, Time and Symbol in Urban Indonesian Schoolboy Gangs / Pam Nilan -- Foreword / Carles Feixa -- Occupying School Buildings in the Greece of the Memorandum: Discursive Formations around Pupils' Political Activism / Yannis Pechtelidis -- From hara to midam: Public Spaces of Youth in Cairo / José Sánchez García -- Geographies of the European Spring: The Case of #SpanishRevolution / Jordi Nofre -- Youth Movements, Politics of Identity and Battles for Visibility in Neoliberal Chile: Penguin Generations / Óscar Aguilera Ruiz -- The Network as Chronotope: Internet and Political Practices in the Colombian Student Movement mane and Occupy São Paulo / Liliana Galindo Ramírez -- Reflections on #Occupy Everywhere: Social Media, Public Space, and Emerging Logics of Aggregation / Jeffrey S. Juris -- Postscript: Youthtopia and the Chronotopical Imagination / Carles Feixa , Carmen Leccardi and Pam Nilan -- Afterword / Michel Wieviorka -- Author Index / Carles Feixa , Carmen Leccardi and Pam Nilan -- Subject Index / Carles Feixa , Carmen Leccardi and Pam Nilan.
Summary This book engages with the experience of space and time in youth cultures across the world. Putting together contemporary case studies on young transnationalists, young glocals and young protesters in cities on the five continents, it analyzes new agoras and chronotopes in global cities. It is based on a selection of papers first presented to the International Sociological Association (ISA) Research Committee 34 session on Youth Cultures, Space and Time that took place during the ISA World Congresses of Sociology in Gothenburg, Sweden (2010), and in Yokohama, Japan (2014). The value of this volume for youth researchers worldwide is twofold. Firstly, the chapters exemplify innovative approaches to understanding the fluid and dynamic urban space-time dimension in which young people's cultural and bodily practices are located. Secondly, the volume offers a transnational perspective. Chapter contributors come from countries across the world, and give account of very diverse youth culture phenomena. They represent both established researchers and new voices in youth research. Contributors are: Óscar Aguilera Ruiz, Ilenya Camozzi, Carles Feixa, Vitor Sérgio Ferreira, Liliana Galindo Ramírez, Elham Golpoush-Nezhad, Leila Jeolás, Jeffrey J. Juris, Hagen Kordes, Sofia Laine, Carmen Leccardi, Pam Nilan, Jordi Nofre, Ndukaeze Nwabueze, Luca Queirolo Palmas, Yannis Pechtelidis, Geoffrey Pleyers, José Sánchez García, Mahmood Shahabi.
ISBN 9789004324589 (electronic book)
9004324585 (electronic book)
9004225838
9789004225831
9789004225831 (hardcover alkaline paper)
OCLC # 952200324
Additional Format Print version: Youth, space and time. Leiden ; Boston : Brill, [2016] 9789004225831 (DLC) 2016020478.


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