Y&P Archive: Issue 112

First Published: 1st April 2014 | Tags: ,


  • Building capacity in youth work: Perspectives and practice in youth clubs in Finland and Sweden
    Torbjörn Forkby and Tomi Kiilakoski
  • How do detached youth workers spend their time? Considerations from a time study in Gothenburg, Sweden
    Björn Andersson
  • Gang talking criminologists: A rejoinder to John Pitts
    Simon Hallsworth
  • Enclavisation and Identity in Refugee Youth Work
    Martyn Hudson
  • Aristotle’s Phronesis and Youth Work: Beyond Instrumentality
    Jon Ord
  • Attachment, adolescent girls and technology: a new marriage of ideas and implications for youth work practice
    Diane T. Levine and Caroline S. Edwards


  • [1] The Value of Youth Services towards Child and Adolescent mental health
    Matthew Fish
  • [2] Youth Work and the “Military Ethos”
    Janet Batsleer
  • [3] Racism as Islamaphobia
    Bal Gill

Review Article

  • Independence at risk: the state, the market and the voluntary youth sector
    Bernard Davies


Youth and Policy 112 – reviews:

Peter Kraftl
Geographies of Alternative Education
Polity Press 2013

Alan Rogers and Mark Smith (eds.)
Journeying Together: Growing Youth Work and Youth Workers in Local Communities
Russell House Publishing 2010

Sarah-Jane Dodd and Irwin Epstein
Practice-based Research in Social Work: A Guide for Reluctant Researchers
Routledge 2011

Phil Jones and Gary Walker (eds.)
Children’s Rights in Practice
Sage 2011

Gary Craig, Marjorie Mayo, Keith Popple, Mae Shaw and Marilyn Taylor (eds)
The Community Development Reader: History, Themes and Issues
Policy Press 2011

Justine Howard and Karen McInnes
The Essence Of Play: A Practice Companion For Professionals Working With Children and Young People
Routledge 2013

Nikki Giant
E-Safety for the I-Generation – Combating the Misuse and Abuse of Technology in Schools
Jessica Kingsley Publishers 2013


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