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Andreas Karsten on four dilemmas that need to be confronted by youth research in the future. Presentation at the M.A. EYS Short Course in February 2011.

Andreas Karsten on four dilemmas that need to be confronted by youth research in the future. Presentation at the M.A. EYS Short Course in February 2011.

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    • Supported by
      The future of youth researchWhere are we going?
    • Supported by
      I have no idea.Some context and four dilemmas.
    • Some context
      European youth research arena, a recognisedspecialised field
      Youth, and what it means to be young, is changing
    • Some context
      European youth research arena, a recognisedspecialised field
      Youth, and what it means to be young, is changing
      choice biographies
      youth as condition
      expectations vs choices
      acceleration of change vs deceleration of transitio
      Four key themes for a research agenda on youth
      the centrality of everyday life
      the relations between generations
      the questions of ambivalence
      the questions of responsibility
    • Dilemma 1
      Young people go where they like it, and where they are liked.”
    • Dilemma 2
      Over-generalisedconceptualisations from afar
    • Dilemma 3
      Simplistic frameworks gain most political weight
    • Dilemma 4
      The edge is the most interesting
      uncertainty leads to anxiety
      anxiety leads to aggression
      aggression leads to violence