- Title Pages
- List of figures and tables
- About the contributors
- ONE The analysis of youth participation in contemporary literature: a European perspective
- 2 Youth participation: strong discourses, weak policies – a general perspective
- 3 Participation and individualisation: the emergence of a new (political) consciousness?
- Four Informal education in an historical perspective: between an instrument of social education and a socioeducational practice
- FIVE Celebrating pluralism: beyond established forms of youth participation
- Six Youth participation in the framework of the reformulation of local youth policies in Italy
- 7 Barriers to participation within a recessionary state: impediments confronting Irish youth
- EIGHT Youth participation and local social and youth policies in Spain
- Nine Interplay of youth culture, Web 2.0 and political participation in Europe: new reflections after the ‘youth quake’ in Northern Africa and the Middle East
- Ten Young people and online civic participation: key findings from a pan-European research project
- ELEVEN Young people and mental health: when ICT becomes a tool of participation in public health in Finland
- Twelve Learning to participate or participating to learn?
- Thirteen Pupils’ participation in French secondary schools: the interplay between tradition and innovation
- FOURTEEN Participation or non-participation? Getting beyond dichotomies by applying an ideology-critical, a comparative and a biographical perspective
- Afterword Dynamic and socially embedded: biographies of participation in youth
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