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Huijsmans, Roy

Generationing Development

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Table of contents

1. Generationing Development: An Introduction
Roy Huijsmans

Part I. Theorising Age and Generation in Young Lives

2. Locating Young Refugees Historically: Attending to Age Position in Humanitarianism
Jason Hart

3. Bodies, Brains, and Age: Unpacking the Age Question in the Dutch Sex Work Debate
Sara Vida Coumans

4. The Impact of ‘Age-Class’ on Becoming a Young Farmer in an Industrialised Agricultural Sector: Insights from Nova Scotia, Canada
Elyse N. Mills

5. Mainstreaming Social Age in the Sustainable Development Goals: Progress, Pitfalls, and Prospects
Christina Clark-Kazak

Part II. Everyday Relationalities: School, Work and Belonging

6. Generationing School Bullying: Age-Based Power Relations, the Hidden Curriculum, and Bullying in Northern Vietnamese Schools
Paul Horton

7. ‘Being Small Is Good’: A Relational Understanding of Dignity and Vulnerability Among Young Male Shoe-Shiners and Lottery Vendors on the Streets of Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Degwale G. Belay

8. ‘We Don’t Even Use Our Older Children’: Young Children Accompanying Blind Adult Beggars in Tamale, Ghana
Wedadu Sayibu

9. Travelling Identities: Gendered Experiences While Doing Research with Young Allochtoon Dutch Muslims
Mahardhika Sjamsoeoed Sadjad

Part III. Negotiating Development

10. Subjects of Development: Teachers, Parents, and Youth Negotiating Education in Rural North India
Karuna Morarji

11. Little People, Big Words: ‘Generationating’ Conditional Cash Transfers in Urban Ecuador
María Gabriela Palacio

12. Growing Up Unwanted: Girls’ Experiences of Gender Discrimination and Violence in Tamil Nadu, India
Sharada Srinivasan

13. Youth, Farming, and Precarity in Rural Burundi
Lidewyde H. Berckmoes, Ben White

14. Age and Generation in the Service of Development?
Nicola Ansell

Keywords: Political Science and International Relations, Development Theory, Development and Social Change, Children, Youth and Family Policy, Gender Studies

Editor
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2016
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
Palgrave Studies on Children and Development
Category
Society
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781137556233
Printed ISBN
978-1-137-55622-6

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