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The Resource Young People, Welfare and Crime : Governing Non-Participation, (electronic book)

Young People, Welfare and Crime : Governing Non-Participation, (electronic book)

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Young People, Welfare and Crime : Governing Non-Participation
Title
Young People, Welfare and Crime
Title remainder
Governing Non-Participation
Creator
Author
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Offers a challenging interpretation of the ways in which young people's non-participation is becoming marginalised and criminalised. It re-examines the causes and consequences of youth unemployment in and beyond the UK from an unusually wide range of social science disciplines and perspectives
Cataloging source
MiAaPQ
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Fergusson, Ross
Dewey number
331.347
LC call number
HV6080 -- .F474 2016eb
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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Criminal behavior--Great Britain
Label
Young People, Welfare and Crime : Governing Non-Participation, (electronic book)
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Publication
Copyright
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
purchEBC4427093
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (301 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781447307037
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Reproduction note
Electronic resource.
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
Label
Young People, Welfare and Crime : Governing Non-Participation, (electronic book)
Publication
Copyright
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
purchEBC4427093
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (301 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781447307037
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Reproduction note
Electronic resource.
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote

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