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The use of the term ‘whore’ is commonly directed at young women, and has, for this reason, been widely debated in the Swedish media and elsewhere. In the article, I focus on Latina girls’ experiences of being called ‘whores’ in Sweden. Individual interviews and focus group discussions...
The aim of this article is to contribute to the rethinking of the notion of subcultural capital as coined by Sarah Thornton. Drawing on Bourdieu, I argue that Thornton’s original work on the notion is flawed by a reluctance to devote analytical attention to the social position and other...
The article presents the comparative results of research on 16-17 year-old Estonian adolescents’ and 9-12 year-old children’s creative thinking in connection with their social environment. Creative thinking has been defined through three components: fluency of thought, originality and...
The article has a double aim. First, to study the relation between education, schooling and the construction of identity as it is played out in everyday life and school among young girls in secondary schools in Eritrea, Nepal and Denmark; second, to explore challenges and opportunities for an...
This study analyses the specificities of youth identity construction in Brazil in the context of global transformations and the particularities of the Brazilian model of development. Poor urban Brazilian youngsters’ demands to consume, as a ‘mode of inclusion’ in society, achieve short-term...
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