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by Laurence Roulleau-Berger


In North-American and European cities, youth live in precarious social and economic conditions. The issue of employment has become a political problem.

In North-American and European cities, youth live in precarious social and economic conditions. 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' li In North-American and European cities, youth live in precarious social and economic conditions.

By Laurence Roulleau-Berger. In North-American and European cities, youth live in precarious social and economic conditions. By Laurence Roulleau-Berger. Work remains a central value in young peoples' lives who not only are victimized but also try to find escapes

International Comparative Social Studies.

International Comparative Social Studies. By (author) Heiner Meulemann. The volume asks whether this is indeed the case so that a similiarity of countries goes along with a diversity of people.

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In 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, François Dubet, Paul Anisef, Paul Axelrod, Ida Susser and others.

Youth and Work in the Post-Industrial City of North America and Europe (International Comparative Social Studies) epub download

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Author: Laurence Roulleau-Berger

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