Web Course Description:
Introduces students to historical and contemporary debates in the social constructions of youth by exploring their relationships with; work; education; youth culture; digital and social media; place and space; risk and risk taking: crime; health and well-being; citizenship and mobility. These themes are discussed by drawing upon the framework of the sociological imagination giving students a deep insight into the diverse work in the sociology of youth.
Not taught in 2022
France, A., Coffey, J., Roberts, S. and Waite, C. (2020) Youth Sociology London, MacMillan Press
SOCIOL 334: 15 points
60 points passed at Stage II in the BA