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Youth-full Productions

Cultural Practices and Constructions of Content and Social Spaces

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The grounding concept of this book is that youth are active agents in creating cultural practices and social spaces. Drawing from disciplines including anthropology, sociology, education, and cultural studies, the chapters examine practices that youth who are members of traditionally marginalized groups develop through engagement in the varied contexts of their everyday lives. Each chapter treats communities’ language, communication and interaction patterns, and culturally derived practices as valuable resources youth bring to the tasks and situations they negotiate across time and space. The combination of chapters that fall within traditions of social and cultural foundations with those that fall within disciplinary learning-focused approaches sets this book apart. Across the chapters, notions of youth as active agents in the production of knowledge, selves, and practice are illuminated by focusing on how youth participate in construction of assemblages of historically derived practices, evolving relations of power, discourses, and new social/cultural forms and practices. The book also includes the editor’s responses to the two main sections of the work, a conversation-in-writing aimed at making explicit both what ties the chapters within the sections together and the broader implications of the combined and unique contributions.


Titel: Youth-full Productions
Autoren/Herausgeber: Nancy Ares (Hrsg.)
Aus der Reihe: Adolescent Cultures, School and Society
Ausgabe: 1. Neuausgabe

ISBN/EAN: 9781433106323

Seitenzahl: 251
Format: 23 x 16 cm
Produktform: Taschenbuch/Softcover
Gewicht: 400 g
Sprache: Englisch

The Editor: Nancy Ares, of the University of Rochester’s Warner School of Education and Human Development, conducts research using sociocultural, situated social practice, and critical theories as the framework for investigating classroom and community practices. Her work in high school mathematics classrooms focuses on studies of participation, agency, diversity, and pedagogy. In communities, her work emphasizes resource-rich approaches to understanding school and neighborhood revitalization. She is committed to bridging multiple theoretical and methodological perspectives in studying learning and pedagogy as complex phenomena. She teaches doctoral-level courses in learning and teaching theories, and research methods. She has taught at the high school, undergraduate, and graduate level. - Newsletter
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