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Urban youth in China

Fengshu Liu

Urban youth in China

modernity, the internet and the self

by Fengshu Liu

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Published by Routledge in New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Statementby Fengshu Liu
SeriesRoutledge research in information technology and society -- 10
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHN740.Z9 I5676 2011
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24422812M
ISBN 109780415874861
LC Control Number2010029038

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This book examines the condition of being a young person in China and the way in which changes in various dimensions of urban life have affected Chinese youths' quests to understand themselves. The author examines social factors such as changes in the physical construction of urban neighbourhoods; changes in family life including reduced family. Housing. Chinese urban dwellers, as a category, receive subsidies on food, housing, and transportation services. In the s such subsidies came to occupy an increasingly large share of the state with subsidies, food purchases took the largest share of household , in contrast, were very low, seldom taking more than 5 percent of household income even with water and.

Urban Outfitters is a lifestyle retailer dedicated to inspiring customers through a unique combination of product, creativity and cultural understanding. Founded in in a small space across the street from the University of Pennsylvania, Urban Outfitters now operates over stores in the United States, Canada and Europe, offering. “Urban youth” generally refers to young people, mostly minority, whose lives revolve more around the streets than school and home. We can argue with that definition, but that is how it is generally used. Enter “urban youth” into a word or book search in a data base, and that is what you get. Here we will use the term more broadly (while.


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Book Description. Fengshu Liu situates the lives of Chinese youth and the growth of the Internet against the backdrop of rapid and profound social transformation in China.

Inthe total of Internet users in China had reached million (in comparison with million in ). Drawing on a two year study of urban year olds, educational professionals and parents, the book focuses in depth on the views and experiences of ethnically diverse young Londoners who had been identified by their schools as 'at risk of dropping out of education' and as 'unlikely to Cited by: China with a Cut: Globalisation, Urban Youth and Popular Music (IIAS Publications series) [de Kloet, Jeroen] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

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Global youth priorities Employment - Youth make up 41% of the world ’s unemployed, (ILO) or 74 million young people living in urban areas - Long term unemployment is high and. Book review: Urban Youth in China - Modernity, The Internet and the Self by Fengshu Liu.

Class Work explores the consequences for youth who have failed these exams, through an examination of two urban vocational schools in Nanjing, China. Through a close look at the students' backgrounds, experiences, the schools they attend, and their trajectories into the workforce, T.E. Woronov explores the value systems in contemporary China.

Introduction 1. Social Transformation in China () 2. The Internet with Chinese Characteristics 3. Paradoxes as Lived Experiences of Modernization: Urban Youth with Chinese Characteristics 4. Invited book review of "Class Work: Vocational Schools and China's Urban Youth" by T.

Woronov. Stanford: Stanford University Press, pp. How can we understand the educational disengagement of urban, working-class young people. What role do schools and education policies play in these young people’s difficult relationships with education.

How might schools help to support and engage urban youth. This book critically engages with contemporary notions of 'at risk' youth. It explores the complexity of urban young people's.

This book critically engages with contemporary notions of 'at risk' youth. It explores the complexity of urban, working-class young people's relationships with education and schooling and discusses strategies for addressing these issues.

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TY - BOOK TI - Class Work: Vocational Schools and China's Urban Youth AU - Woronov, Terry SP - CY - Stanford PB - Stanford University Press PY - UR - http. What manyeven in Chinadon't realize is that up to half of the nation's youth are flunked out of the academic education system after 9th grade.

"Class Work" explores the consequences for youth who have failed these exams, through an examination of two urban vocational schools in Nanjing, China. In East Asian economies such as China, recent mass rural-urban migration has created a new urban underclass, as have their children.

However, their inclusion in urban public schools is a surprisingly slow process, and youth identities in newly industrialized countries remain largely by: 7.

Ten percent of the urban population was relocated. The population grew from million to million people in China. One way for Mao to handle the population growth was to send people to the countryside. Mao was from the countryside and wanted all educated youth to have experience l meaning: The Up to the Mountains & Down to the Villages Movement.

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Urban Alliance’s program is one of the few to combine these elements for low-income youth by bridging the gap between schools, employers like Quicken Loans, and : Eshauna Smith.