City as lens: (re)imagining youth in Glasgow and Hong Kong

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Fraser, Alistair; Batchelor, Susan; Ling, Leona Li Ngai; Whittaker, Lisa;
  • Publisher: Sage Publications India Pvt. Ltd.

In recent years, a paradox has emerged in the study of youth. On the one hand, in the context of the processes of globalization, neoliberalism and precarity, the patterning of leisure and work for young people is becoming increasingly convergent across time and space. O... View more
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