Pınar Uyan Semerci - How and to what extent do young people differ in their attitudes towards politics according to their socio-economic positions, gender and ethnicity?

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Workshop on the Political Participation of Young People 21-22 June, 2013. …

Workshop on the Political Participation of Young People 21-22 June, 2013.
Gençlerin Siyasi Katılımı 21 – 22 Haziran 2013

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  • 1. “How and to what extent do young people differ in their attitudes towards politics according to their socio-economic positions, gender and ethnicity?” Pınar Uyan Semerci
  • 2. definitional problems : • Young people? Who are they? – Diversity? – Commonality? Needs and rights Politics? Attitude towards politics? Redefining the boundaries of politics? Political participation?
  • 3. Needs and Rights • Needs? • How do we define our needs? • identification of needs remains at the heart of politics • The politics of needs interpretation: who decides who needs what? (Fraser) • Individual vs collective needs
  • 4. Social Justice Recognition? Redistribution? Participation? • N. Fraser three dimensional account of social justice • Distributive injustice or maldistribution • Status inequality or misrecognition • Misrepresentation
  • 5. How can young people with different backgrounds and different identities have an access to ‘politics’? • Examples from qualitative research (Uyan-Semerci; Neyzi & Darıcı; Basak-Sanat; …) – ‘Young’ ‘woman’ 22 years old- married with a child (care politics) – ‘Young’ people of Diyarbakır and Muğla ‘Özgürüm ama mecburiyet var - I am free but there is an obligation’ life experiences; language; migration – ‘young’ worker (textile; factory; construction; seasonal worker-agriculture) – ……
  • 6. Questions : 1-definitional problems: young? politics? 2-participation-justice? Who are excluded? Politics of need interpretation? 3- How can young people with different backgrounds and different identities have an access to ‘politics’? thank you…