An anatomy of youth

An anatomy of youth
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Hannon, Celia; Tims, Charlie
Date of publication
4 April 2010
Management & leadership: including strategy, public sector management, operations and production, Trends: economic, social and technology trends affecting business
Business and management
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Starting from an analysis of the attitudes of 16-25 year olds and some of the key trends they are living through, An Anatomy of Youth is a resource for anyone interested in what politics can do for the next generation. With a foreword from David Willets MP, new essays from Zygmunt Bauman, dana boyd, Katherine Rake, Peter Madden, Stuart White, original data from v's 'Voicebox' survey and portraits of young people, this report reveals a generation that is creating social change rather than simply experiencing it.An Anatomy of Youth shows that the greatest asset we can give this generation is more political capital and the chance to shape the debate about the issues that will affect them tomorrow.

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