TABLE OF CONTENTS; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; 1. YOUTH, POLICY, AND RESEARCH; INTRODUCTION; THE POLITICS OF INCLUDING AND ELIDING YOUTH; OVERVIEW OF THE BOOK; REFERENCES; PART ONE: THEORIZING YOUNG PEOPLE; 2. "YOUTH" AS THEORY, METHOD, AND PRAXIS; INTRODUCTION; CATEGORIZING YOUNG ADULTS; The Positive Approach to Youth; THEORIZING YOUTH; From a Transitional Stage to a Distinct Generation; Distinct Yet Partial: Explicating the Current Generation; A Materially Situated Approach to Youth; CONCLUSION; REFERENCES; 3. CRITICAL YOUTH PARTICIPATORY ACTION RESEARCH: Ideology, Consciousness, and Praxis
INTRODUCTIONCONCEPTUALIZING CRITICAL YOUTH PARTICIPATORY ACTION RESEARCH AND IDEOLOGY; Ideology, Abstraction, and Capitalist Social Relations; Experience, Epistemology, and Fetishism; FRAGMENTING THE CRITICAL IN CRITICAL YOUTH PARTICIPATORY ACTION RESEARCH; Youth Experience and the Epistemology of Youth; Ideological Manifestations of the Term Critical; "Choice", "Desire", and "Risk" as Reproductive Praxis for Social Change; CONCLUSION; REFERENCES; PART TWO: YOUTH, PUBLIC POLICY, AND PROGRAMS
4. ALTERNATIVE FUTURES FOR WORK-RELATED AND VOCATIONAL EDUCATION: Stratification and EntrepreneurialismINTRODUCTION; The Youth Employment Crisis; Making Entrepreneurial Youth; Vocational Education: Promise and Opportunity; Fostering Youth Entrepreneurialism; CONCLUSIONS; REFERENCES; 5. THE "YOUTH" CRISIS IN NOVA SCOTIA: An Examination of Masked Relations; INTRODUCTION; THE GLOBAL YOUTH CRISIS; The Documents; The Documents Inadequacies; CONCLUSION; NOTE; REFERENCES; 6. THE ONTARIO YOUTH OUTREACH WORKER PROGRAM AS RACIALIZED SPATIAL PRAXIS; INTRODUCTION; Historical Emergence of the YOW Program
The Dual Logics of the Youth Outreach Worker Program: Space and ChangeYouth Work and "Born Again" Racism; REFERENCES; 7. DIFFERENCE IS: Sexual and Gender Minority Youth and Young Adults and the Challenges to Be and Belong in Canada; INTRODUCTION; SEXUAL AND GENDER MINORITY YOUTH AND YOUNG ADULTS AS OBJECTS AND TARGETS; THE COMPREHENSIVE HEALTH EDUCATION WORKERS (CHEW) PROJECT AS COUNTERACTION; SINCE DIFFERENCE IS; CONCLUDING PERSPECTIVE: CALLING ALL EDUCATORS; NOTE; REFERENCES; PART THREE: YOUTH AND THE POLITICS OF LEARNING
8. WHERE DO I BEGIN?: Educational Citizenship and Sexual Minority International Students in OntarioINTRODUCTION; Queering the Global Century; Educational Citizenship in an Age of Global Migration; No One Here Looks Like Me: Surveillance, Race, and Belonging; Aspiring Minds: Professional Networks and Border-Crossing; Conclusion: Queer Students in the Borderlands; REFERENCES; 9. "ISN'T THE RIGHT TO AN EDUCATION A HUMAN RIGHT?": Experiences of Precarious Immigration Status Youth Navigating Post-Secondary Education; INTRODUCTION; Unique Stress; Misinformation; Token Student; Schools Aren't Safe
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