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Beyond Resistance! : youth activism and community change : new democratic possibilities for practice and policy for America's youth

Author: Pedro Noguera; Shawn A Ginwright; Julio Cammarota
Publisher: New York : Routledge, 2006.
Series: Critical youth studies.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Highlights the detrimental impact of zero tolerance policies on young people's educational experience and well being. This volume offers insights into how to increase the effectiveness of youth  Read more...

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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Beyond Resistance!
New York : Routledge, 2006
(OCoLC)607827848
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Pedro Noguera; Shawn A Ginwright; Julio Cammarota
ISBN: 9780415952507 0415952506 9780415952514 0415952514
OCLC Number: 61748287
Description: xxii, 377 p. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Introduction / Shawn Ginwright and Julio Cammarota --
Beyond policy: ideology, race and the reimagining of youth / Daniel Hosang --
Civic activist approaches for engaging youth in social justice / Heather Lewis-Charp, Hanh Cao Yu and Sengsouvanh Soukamneuth --
Apprenticeship learning in youth activism / Ben Kirshnek --
Sociopolitical development: the missing link in research and policy on adolescents / Roderick I. Watts and Omar Guessous --
The racial dimensions of social capital: toward a new understanding of youth empowerment and community organizing in America's urban core / A.A. Akom --
From hunger strike to high school: youth development, social justice, and school formation / David Stovall --
Youth-initiated research as a tool for advocacy and change in urban schools / Ernest Morrell --
"The best of both worlds": youth poetry as social critique and form of empowerment / Korina M. Jocson --
Urban youth, media literacy, and increased critical civic participation / Jeffrey Duncan-Andrade --
From hip-hop to humanization: Batey Urbano as a space for Latino youth culture and community action / Nilda Flores-González, Matthew Rodriguez and Michael Rodriguez-Muniz --
Participation in social change: shifting adolescents' developmental pathways / Karen Strobel, Jerusha Osberg and Milbrey McLaughlin --
Youth of color organizing for juvenile justice / Soo Ah Kwon --
"Taking their own power": urban youth, community-based youth organizations, and public efficacy / Jennifer L. O'Donoghue --
Taking charge in Lake Wobegon: youth, social justice, and antiracist organizing in the twin cities / Karin Aguilar-San Juan --
Researching and resisting: democratic policy research by and for youth / Maria Torre and Michelle Fine --
Promoting citizenship and activism in today's youth / Lonnie R. Sherrod --
Youth policy and institutional change / Mike Males --
Youth participation for educational reform in low-income communities of color / Barry Checkoway and Katie Richards-Schuster --
Conclusion: youth agency, resistance, and civic activism: the public commitment to social justice / Pedro Noguera and Chiara M. Cannella.
Series Title: Critical youth studies.
Responsibility: edited by Shawn Ginwright, Pedro Noguera, Julio Cammarota.
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