Journals Higher Education

$45.00

Paperback

15 December 2010

192 Pages | 8 figures/8 tables

ISBN: 9780195427639


Bookseller Code (06)

Approaching Youth Studies

Being, Becoming, Belonging

Kate Tilleczek

  • Authoritative. Written by a respected expert in the field, the text explores the results of more than twenty years experience in education and sociology.
  • Current. Features the latest analysis and data, providing students with the most up-to-date look at the state of contemporary youth and youth studies.
  • Comprehensive yet concise. Offers succinct, thorough coverage that is accessible for an undergraduate audience.
  • Interdisciplinary. Draws on research evidence and analysis from a variety of fields, including sociology, history, psychology, and education, providing students with a well-balanced perspective.
  • Engaging pedagogy. Visual elements represent data and concepts throughout and themed text boxes provide commentary that link key ideas and apply them to real-world settings. Chapter introductions, a glossary, critical thinking questions/activities, and lists of further readings and suggested websites encourage active learning.
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