Young People Making a Life
This book explores the challenge of making a life: finding meaning, livelihood and social connectedness. Drawing on research with young people, the analysis goes beyond traditional treatment of youth issues or problems, providing discussion of topics like young peoples learning and work, their creativity, wellbeing and active citizenship.
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