SOCIOL 334

Youth Sociology


Description

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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.

Availability 2022

Not taught in 2022

Lecturer(s)

TBA

Reading/Texts

France, A., Coffey, J., Roberts, S. and Waite, C. (2020) Youth Sociology London, MacMillan Press

Points

SOCIOL 334: 15 points

Prerequisites

60 points passed at Stage II in the BA