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The Resource Young people, welfare and crime : governing non-participation, Ross Fergusson

Young people, welfare and crime : governing non-participation, Ross Fergusson

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Young people, welfare and crime : governing non-participation
Title
Young people, welfare and crime
Title remainder
governing non-participation
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Ross Fergusson
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Language
eng
Summary
Mass youth unemployment is now endemic and almost ubiquitous in the global north and south alike. This book offers an original and challenging interpretation of the ways in which young people's unemployment and general non-participation is becoming marginalised and criminalised. It re-examines the causes and consequences of non-participation from an unusually wide range of disciplines, using an innovative theorisation of the fast-changing relationships between extended studentship, welfare provision, labour market restructuring and crime. This approach offers an understanding of what it means for young people to be socially re-positioned and economically excluded in increasingly unequal societies, in and beyond the UK
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Fergusson, Ross
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index present
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non fiction
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  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Youth
  • Youth
  • Social problems
  • Public welfare
  • SOCIAL SCIENCE
  • SOCIAL SCIENCE
  • SOCIAL SCIENCE
  • Public welfare
  • Social problems
  • Youth
  • Youth
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Young people, welfare and crime : governing non-participation, Ross Fergusson
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Publication
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unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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online resource
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  • cr
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rdacarrier
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multicolored
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text
Content type code
  • txt
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rdacontent
Contents
  • Intro -- YOUNG PEOPLE, WELFARE AND CRIME -- Contents -- Detailed contents -- List of tables and figures -- Tables -- Figures -- List of abbreviations -- About the author -- Acknowledgements -- Part One . The crisis of non-participation -- 1. Crises of non-participation -- Introduction -- Section 1: The crisis of non-participation -- Section 2: A crisis of the analysis of non-participation -- Section 3: Overview of key literature -- Section 4: Aims and structure of the book -- Part Two. Work, welfare and crime: research and policy -- 2. Young people and non-participation: discourses, histories, literatures -- Introduction -- Section 1: 'Transition' and the transitions discourse -- 19th- and 20th-century configurations of work and school -- A 'transition' from school to work? -- The fragmentation of transitions, and the transitions discourse -- Culture and economy: conflicted paradigms? -- Section 2: The social exclusion discourse -- Section 3: The disengagement discourse -- Political, social and employee disengagement -- Concluding comments -- 3. Non-participation, wages and welfare -- Introduction -- Section 1: The scale of unemployment among young people -- Endemic: sustained and growing mass youth unemployment in the UK -- The divergence of youth and adult unemployment -- Ubiquitous: global youth unemployment -- Section 2: Skills, wages and labour markets -- Low skills, unemployment and mistaken labour market orthodoxies -- Low-skilled labour, declining youth wages and bifurcated labour markets -- Section 3: Dismantling entitlement: the withdrawal of social security -- Dismantling entitlement: a brief history -- Section 4: Rational actors: choosing non-participation -- Three forces of non-participation: the 'wage rate suppression dynamic' -- The research literature -- Concluding comments
  • 4. Non-participation and crime: constructing connections -- Introduction -- Section 1: Constructing discursive connections -- The risk factor prevention paradigm -- Birth cohort studies -- The non-participation-crime link in policy discourses -- Section 2: Young people and the 'economic causes of crime' thesis -- At and beyond the limits of aggregate statistical modelling -- Differentiating causality: instrumental and expressive crime -- The welfare-crime relationship -- Reverse causality in the unemployment-crime relation? -- Concluding comments -- 5. Unemployment, crime and recession -- Introduction -- Section 1: Crime and recession -- Section2: Reduced youth crime in the global financial crisis? -- Section 3: The global financial crisis, social cohesion and social unrest -- Concluding comments -- Interpretive review -- Part Three. Theorising non-participation -- 6. Lines of division, points of entry: two theories -- Introduction -- Section 1: Jürgen Habermas: systems and lifeworlds -- Systems and lifeworlds -- Colonisation and uncoupling -- Idiographic effects of the erosions of social reproduction -- Constructing a Habermasian interpretation of non-participation -- Young people, welfare and disjuncture in Habermas' social theory -- Systems-induced pathologies in the lifeworld -- Section 2: Imogen Tyler: revolting subjects and social abjection -- Section 3: Reinterpreting non-participation -- 7. Theorising the non-participation-crime relationship -- Introduction -- Section 1: Theories of non-participation and crime -- Beyond binaries: reinterpreting the non-participation-crime relationship -- Section 2: Governing non-participation -- 'Governing through unemployment' -- Habermas and Tyler on governance -- Governmentalisation and social control -- Section 3: 'Governing through crime' -- Part Four. Criminalising non-participation
  • 8. The advance of criminalisation -- Introduction -- Section 1: Juridification and criminalisation -- Section 2: Modes of criminalisation and modes of governance -- Section 3: Criminalisation and jurisprudence -- Section 4: Modes and manifestations of criminalisation -- Conditions conducive to the criminalisation of non-participation -- Section 5: Reserve powers for the criminalisation of non-participation -- 9. Review and concluding comments -- Introduction -- Section 1: Review -- Review of Part Two -- Interlude: interpretive review -- Review of Part Three -- Review of Part Four -- Section 2: Concluding comments -- Implications for a programme of research -- The need for a programme of political action -- References -- Copyright material -- Figures -- Index
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ocn940961602
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1 online resource
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online
Isbn
9781447307037
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unknown
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
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JSTOR
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  • 900016
  • 22573/ctt1t6zcqk
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Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)940961602
Label
Young people, welfare and crime : governing non-participation, Ross Fergusson
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Intro -- YOUNG PEOPLE, WELFARE AND CRIME -- Contents -- Detailed contents -- List of tables and figures -- Tables -- Figures -- List of abbreviations -- About the author -- Acknowledgements -- Part One . The crisis of non-participation -- 1. Crises of non-participation -- Introduction -- Section 1: The crisis of non-participation -- Section 2: A crisis of the analysis of non-participation -- Section 3: Overview of key literature -- Section 4: Aims and structure of the book -- Part Two. Work, welfare and crime: research and policy -- 2. Young people and non-participation: discourses, histories, literatures -- Introduction -- Section 1: 'Transition' and the transitions discourse -- 19th- and 20th-century configurations of work and school -- A 'transition' from school to work? -- The fragmentation of transitions, and the transitions discourse -- Culture and economy: conflicted paradigms? -- Section 2: The social exclusion discourse -- Section 3: The disengagement discourse -- Political, social and employee disengagement -- Concluding comments -- 3. Non-participation, wages and welfare -- Introduction -- Section 1: The scale of unemployment among young people -- Endemic: sustained and growing mass youth unemployment in the UK -- The divergence of youth and adult unemployment -- Ubiquitous: global youth unemployment -- Section 2: Skills, wages and labour markets -- Low skills, unemployment and mistaken labour market orthodoxies -- Low-skilled labour, declining youth wages and bifurcated labour markets -- Section 3: Dismantling entitlement: the withdrawal of social security -- Dismantling entitlement: a brief history -- Section 4: Rational actors: choosing non-participation -- Three forces of non-participation: the 'wage rate suppression dynamic' -- The research literature -- Concluding comments
  • 4. Non-participation and crime: constructing connections -- Introduction -- Section 1: Constructing discursive connections -- The risk factor prevention paradigm -- Birth cohort studies -- The non-participation-crime link in policy discourses -- Section 2: Young people and the 'economic causes of crime' thesis -- At and beyond the limits of aggregate statistical modelling -- Differentiating causality: instrumental and expressive crime -- The welfare-crime relationship -- Reverse causality in the unemployment-crime relation? -- Concluding comments -- 5. Unemployment, crime and recession -- Introduction -- Section 1: Crime and recession -- Section2: Reduced youth crime in the global financial crisis? -- Section 3: The global financial crisis, social cohesion and social unrest -- Concluding comments -- Interpretive review -- Part Three. Theorising non-participation -- 6. Lines of division, points of entry: two theories -- Introduction -- Section 1: Jürgen Habermas: systems and lifeworlds -- Systems and lifeworlds -- Colonisation and uncoupling -- Idiographic effects of the erosions of social reproduction -- Constructing a Habermasian interpretation of non-participation -- Young people, welfare and disjuncture in Habermas' social theory -- Systems-induced pathologies in the lifeworld -- Section 2: Imogen Tyler: revolting subjects and social abjection -- Section 3: Reinterpreting non-participation -- 7. Theorising the non-participation-crime relationship -- Introduction -- Section 1: Theories of non-participation and crime -- Beyond binaries: reinterpreting the non-participation-crime relationship -- Section 2: Governing non-participation -- 'Governing through unemployment' -- Habermas and Tyler on governance -- Governmentalisation and social control -- Section 3: 'Governing through crime' -- Part Four. Criminalising non-participation
  • 8. The advance of criminalisation -- Introduction -- Section 1: Juridification and criminalisation -- Section 2: Modes of criminalisation and modes of governance -- Section 3: Criminalisation and jurisprudence -- Section 4: Modes and manifestations of criminalisation -- Conditions conducive to the criminalisation of non-participation -- Section 5: Reserve powers for the criminalisation of non-participation -- 9. Review and concluding comments -- Introduction -- Section 1: Review -- Review of Part Two -- Interlude: interpretive review -- Review of Part Three -- Review of Part Four -- Section 2: Concluding comments -- Implications for a programme of research -- The need for a programme of political action -- References -- Copyright material -- Figures -- Index
Control code
ocn940961602
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781447307037
Level of compression
unknown
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Note
JSTOR
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
  • 900016
  • 22573/ctt1t6zcqk
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)940961602

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