Ageism in youth studies : generation maligned /

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Author / Creator:Kimball, Gayle, author.
Imprint:Newcastle upon Tyne, UK : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2017.
Description:1 online resource : illustrations
Subject:Young adults.
Social research & statistics.
Child & developmental psychology.
Intergenerational relationships.
SOCIAL SCIENCE -- Discrimination & Race Relations.
SOCIAL SCIENCE -- Minority Studies.
Young adults.
Electronic books.
Electronic books.
Format: E-Resource Book
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Notes:Includes bibliographical references.
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Summary:Ageism is prevalent in a great deal of current scholarship in the social sciences as scholars fault youth for being delinquent or politically apathetic. Researchers ignore young people's actual voices, despite their leadership in recent global uprisings, some of which unseated entrenched dictators. Neoliberalism must be exposed in its focus on youth sub-cultures and styles rather than economic barriers caused by growing inequality and rising youth unemployment rates. Ageism in Youth Studies also discusses the debate about "Generation We or Me" and if Millennials are narcissistic. Resources abo.
Other form:Print version: Kimball, Gayle. Ageism in youth studies. Newcastle upon Tyne, UK : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2017 1443873101