Introduction: Youth, Recreation and Play: Interdisciplinary perspectives
Mary Clare Martin and John A. Smith
Identity, youth and post-modern social landscapes
Michael Butterfield – 1926-2013
Rethinking Children’s Citizenship
Palgrave Macmillan 2013
Reviewed by Dod Forest
Ruth Gilchrist, Tony Jeffs, Jean Spence, Naomi Stanton, Aylssa Cowell, Joyce Walker
and Tom Wylie (eds.)
Reappraisals: Essays in the history of youth and community work
Russell House Publishing 2013
Reviewed by Lucy McMahon
Marina Hahn-Bleibtreu and Marc Molgat (eds.)
Youth Policy in a Changing World: From Theory to Practice
Barbara Budrich Publishers 2012
Reviewed by Alexander Fink
Sue Heath and Charlie Walker
Innovations in Youth Research
Palgrave Macmillan Publishers 2011
Reviewed by Rodolfo Leyva
Roots and Wings: A History of Outdoor Education and Outdoor Learning in the
Russell House 2012
Reviewed by Richard McHugh
Snobs’ Law: Criminalising Football Fans in an Age of Intolerance
Take a Liberty 2012
Reviewed by Brian Belton
Young Muslims, Pedagogy and Islam: Contexts and Concepts
Policy Press 2013
ISBN: 978 1 84742 877 6
Reviewed by Paul Thomas
Kirsten Hall is a Senior Practitioner at a National Children’s Charity performing a dual role of practice and management in a small Targeted Youth Project working with missing and sexually exploited young people.
Tony Jeffs is a member of the Editorial Board of Youth & Policy.
Mary Clare Martin is Head of the Centre for the Study of Play and Recreation, Department of Education and Community Studies University of Greenwich. She researches international perspectives on the history of children and religion, children’s illness, and youth movements, from 1700-2000.
Maria Papapolydorou is Senior Lecturer in Education and Childhood Studies, University of Greenwich. Her research interests include the identities and network formation of students.
Ewa Sidorenko is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Education and Community Studies at the University of Greenwich. Her interests include sociology of childhood, participatory research with children, ethnography, identity, education, post-modernity, evolutionary theory, post-communist Poland, nationalism, Nazi concentration and labour camps.
John A. Smith is Programme Leader for Education Studies University of Greenwich. His interests include the relationships between biology, psychology and sociology and their ecological interactions. He has published extensively in this field.