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Understanding the Constructions of Identities by Young New Europeans
Kaleidoscopic selves




ISBN 9780415707404
Published June 22, 2014 by Routledge
234 Pages

 
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How do young people construct their identities in the complexity of their own country, belonging to the European Union, and being part of global society? This book is based on a unique empirical study of a thousand young people, aged between eleven and nineteen, from fifteen European countries. Covering East European states that joined the EU be

Table of Contents

Constructing Identities: The Younger Generation in the New Europe  Part 1: Conceptualising Identities  National and Ethnic Constructions in Europe.  Talking with Young People about Identities.  The Development of the  New Europe.  Identity Discourses and Young People  Part 2: National Identities  The Nation as a Cultural Entity.  The Nation as a Political Vacuum.  The Internal 'Other'.  Leaving and Staying.  Generational Differences and the Nation  Part 3: European Identities  European Identities: Institutional Values.  Europeans and the Characteristics of European Culture.  European Identities: The Borderlands.  Generational Change and European Identities  Part 4: Contingent Identities  Country and Europe: Institutional and Political Othering.  Country and Europe: Cultural Othering.  Kaleidoscopic Identities.

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Alistair Ross is Emeritus Professor of Education at London Metropolitan University, UK, and Jean Monnet Professor of Citizenship Education in Europe.

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Jean Monnet ad personam Professor of Citizenship Education; Emeritus Professor, Institute for Policy Studies in Education, London Metropolitan University
London

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