Youth and Work in the Post-Industrial City of North America and Europe: With an Epilogue by Saskia Sassen
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BeschreibungIn North-American and European cities, youth live in precarious social and economic conditions. The issue of employment has become a political problem. In this volume, sociological, economical and ethnographical perspectives are used to explain ethnic discrimination, inequalities at school, unemployment and marginalization. Work remains a central value in young peoples' lives who not only are victimized but also try to find escapes. Originally in French, this extended and updated book contains contributions by Enrico Pugliese, Saskia Sassen, Min Zhou, Francois Dubet, Paul Anisef, Paul Axelrod, Ida Susser and others.
InhaltsverzeichnisIntroduction by Laurence Roulleau-Berger Part
1. Inequalities and discriminations at school Youth experience, socialization and inequalities in France, Francois Dubet Racial Isolation, Poverty and the Limits of local Control as a means for Holding Public Schools Accountable, Pedro Noguera The paradox of ethnicity in French secondary schools, Jean-Paul Payet Re-examining standards and barriers in Quebec education, Madeleine Gauthier Part
2. Incertitudes and reversibilities in biographies Life-course experiences of the class of 73 in Canada, Paul Anisef and Paul Axelrod Vocational integration and relationship to work among Quebec youths without high-school diplomas, Claude Trottier,Mircea Vultur and Madeleine Gauthier 'Long term Youth' : Discontinuity in Labor Profiles of Young Spanish People in the age of informational flexibility, Juan Santos Ortega Explaining transitions through individualised rationality in UK, Andy Furlong, Fred Cartmel Part
3. Youth, employment policies and social practices The negotiation of vocational education qualifications: an efficient alternative to the deregulation of the youth labour market?, Eric Verdier Juggling Youth Unemployment and Employment Precariousness in Canada and in Quebec : from a social to a more liberal approach to employment policies?, Diane-Gabrielle Tremblay The younger generation of Spanish mothers in the family and in the workplace, Constanza Tobio Labour market policies and youth in Germany from the early 50s until today, Frank Braun Part
4. Work, youth, and immigration Regional youth of immigrant origin in Quebec: innovative relationship to work, Myriam Simard French dilemnas in the socioeconomic adaptation of immigrant and minority youth, Claire Schiff Channeling Latino Youth into the Low-Wage Trap: Race and Class Polarization in California, Julio Cammarata Making It in Urban America: Challenges and Prospects for the Children of Contemporary Immigrants, Min Zhou Part
5. Public disqualification, commitment to and disengagement from work Why Do Working Youth Work Where They Do?, Stuart Tannock Do youth have a specific relationship to work in France?, Robert Castel Young people and work in Quebec: taking stock, Jacques Hamel Economic disqualification and social differenciation in the Post-Industrial City : youth, work and marginalization in France, Laurence Roulleau-Berger Part
6. Youth and marginalization in the Post-Industrial City The law of networks: case histories of second-generation immigrants in the worlds of trade, Michel Peraldi Russian Youth and Work: Social Integration and Exclusion Under Conditions of Risk, Vladimir I. Chuprov, Julia Zubok Youth homelessness: the street and work from exclusion to integration, Roch Hurtubise, Shirley Roy and Celine Bellot Labour market insecurity and criminalization of poverty, Loic Wacquant Epilogue: Transversal anchoring among youth today Saskia Sassen Notes on Contributors
PortraitLaurence Roulleau-Berger, Ph.D. (1982) Lyon, is Researcher at Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique in Lyon. She has published widely on youth, socialisation and employment in French, e.g. Le Travail en friche. Les mondes de la petite production urbaine (Editions de l'Aube, 1999).
Untertitel: Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: BRILL ACADEMIC PUB
Erscheinungsdatum: Dezember 2002
Seitenanzahl: 440 Seiten