By Elisabetta Ruspini, Carmen Leccardi
"A New Youth?" offers a cross-cultural standpoint at the demanding situations and difficulties posed by means of younger people's transition to maturity. The authors deal with questions akin to: What are the reports of being younger in several ecu international locations? What will we find out about the diversities of being younger in non-European nations? Are teens constructing new attitudes in the direction of society? What are the dangers linked to the transition of sweet sixteen to maturity? do we establish new attitudes approximately citizenship? And on a extra normal point, are there reviews and new social meanings linked to formative years? the amount is comparative among a variety of eu and non-European nations as a way to determine the rising versions of transition. those features are attached with broader social, political and cultural alterations: adjustments with regards to prolonged schooling, expanding women's participation within the labour industry, altering welfare regimes, in addition to alterations in political regimes and within the illustration and building of person identities and biographies, in the direction of an expanding individualization. The paintings bargains severe reflections within the realm of sociology of sweet sixteen by means of supplying broader understandings of the time period 'youth'. The exact research of recent sorts of marginality and social exclusion between youngsters bargains helpful perception for coverage improvement and political debate.
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So I don’t have projects, I don’t want to have them... I can’t answer the question about how I see myself in two years, two years are really ten, twenty, fifty. For other interviewees, the reference to ‘guidelines’ tends to disappear. Here the main motif is ‘chance’, viewed as an unexpected occurrence to work out reflexively, to transform into a resource for action. In this framework the biography becomes a (difficult) work-in-progress, constructed in a highly uncertain context. Berenice, 28, with many temporary jobs, currently works for a number of publishing houses and lives with her parents.
A New Youth?: Young People, Generations And Family Life by Elisabetta Ruspini, Carmen Leccardi