Political Engagement Amongst Ethnic Minority Young People: Making a Difference by T. O´toolePolitical Engagement Amongst Ethnic Minority Young People: Making a Difference by T. O´toole

Political Engagement Amongst Ethnic Minority Young People: Making a Difference

byT. O´toole, R. Gale, Therese O´Toole

Hardcover | October 11, 2013

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This book engages with debates on ethnic minority and Muslim young people showing, beyond apathy and violent political extremism, the diverse forms of political engagement in which young people engage.
Therese O'Toole is Senior Lecturer in Sociology, University of Bristol, UK. Richard Gale is Lecturer in Human Geography, Cardiff University, UK.
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Title:Political Engagement Amongst Ethnic Minority Young People: Making a DifferenceFormat:HardcoverDimensions:244 pages, 8.5 × 5.51 × 0.69 inPublished:October 11, 2013Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:023020273X

ISBN - 13:9780230202733

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Table of Contents

1. Politically (In)Different? Political Engagement Among Ethnic Minority Young People 2. Changing Political Participation 3. Research Design and Methodology 4. Grammars of Political Action 5. Participatory Governance 6. 'Race', Culture and Representation: the Changing Contours of Identity Politics 7. Gendered Roles, Spaces and Political Activism 8. The Political Geography of Ethnicity and Religion in Young People's Political Engagement 9. Conclusion

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"Contesting the thesis that 'ethnic minority young people' have become politically apathetic and conversely are prone to violent extremism, O'Toole and Gale offer insight into minoritised young people's complex 'grammars of political action' and the socio-spatial relations in which their political subjectivities and activity are entangled." - Rachel Rosen, Children's Geographies, 13(4)