Introduction: youth, subjectivity and Utopia – ethnographic perspectives from the Global South

@article{Salemink2018IntroductionYS,
  title={Introduction: youth, subjectivity and Utopia – ethnographic perspectives from the Global South},
  author={O. Salemink and Susanne Bregnb{\ae}k and D. V. Hirslund},
  journal={Identities},
  year={2018},
  volume={25},
  pages={125 - 139}
}
ABSTRACT As a fluid age cohort and a social category between childhood and adulthood – and hence with tenuous links to the status quo – youth are variously described as ‘at risk’, as victims of precarious and unpredictable circumstances, or as agents of social change who embody the future. From this future-oriented generational perspective, youth are often mobilised to individually and collectively imagine, enact and embody Utopian futures as alternatives to reigning orders that moulded their… Expand

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