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Youth culture

December 2005 - Youth cultureIs it just our imagination, or is there a new global generation of young people under 25 who have less in common with their parents than their parents had with their parents? Is national identity being homogenised? Is it universal or particular? What defines youth culture?

Whats the big deal about Generation Y?
by Rachel Hills - 21/12/2005
Is Gen Y to be our next beast of burden?
by Sebastian De Brennan - 21/12/2005 - 8 comments
Defining the generation gap
by Catherine Beavis - 19/12/2005 - 2 comments
Youth is a lifestyle choice
by Daniel Donahoo - 19/12/2005 - 8 comments
Honest, clear-eyed, capitalist youth
by Jane Caro - 16/12/2005 - 23 comments
Youth culture: 'Born in the USA'
by Joseph Wakim - 14/12/2005 - 2 comments
Scary fairies and other melodramatic assumptions about the generation gap
by Jane Rankin-Reid - 12/12/2005 - 4 comments
A new switched-on and cynical generation
by Peter West - 12/12/2005 - 52 comments
Youth culture - formation, communication and justification
by Ross Farrelly - 9/12/2005 - 11 comments
Free love and education v free downloads and a fee-paying education
by Judith Ireland - 7/12/2005 - 7 comments
Young people - our greatest asset
by Glenn Dawes - 5/12/2005 - 13 comments
Young people working for change
by May Miller-Dawkins and Tim Leh - 5/12/2005 - 3 comments

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