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Title Young people's visions and worries for the future of Europe : findings from the Europe 2038 Project / edited by Dagmar Strohmeier and Harriet R. Tenenbaum
Published Abingdon : Routledge, 2019
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Contents Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Dedication; Table of Contents; PART 1: Introduction; Chapter 1: Young people's engagement with the European Union and their visions and worries for the future of Europe; Contextualizing the Europe 2038 project; Young people's engagement with the European Union; Predictors of young people's engagement; Study design and PAN-European survey; Young people's future visions and worries; Organization of the book; Notes; References; PART 2: Country-level findings; Chapter 2: Europe 2038: Future visions and worries of Albanian young people
DiscussionPractical implications; References; Author note; Chapter 6: European identity issues and beliefs related to Romanian youths' views of Europe 2038; Introduction; Method; Measures; Procedure; Results; Discussion; Note; References; Author note; Chapter 7: Europe 2038: The voice of Spanish youth; The importance of a common European identity; Spain within the framework of a common European project; The present study; Method; Development of measures; Procedure; Measures; Results; Young people's civic behaviour; Spanish young people's future priorities and worries
Limitations and suggestions for future researchImplications for EU policy; Notes; References; Author note; Chapter 4: Gender and educational differences in the hopes, fears, and visions of young Germans; Theoretical background; Living situations for young Germans; Research questions; Method; Results; Discussion; Recommendations for policy and practice; References; Author note; Chapter 5: The future of Europe and European identity: The views of Italian adolescents and young adults; Civic engagement among youths; Social identity development; European identity; The current study; Method; Results
Research questionsMethod; Procedure; Measures; Participants; Statistical analyses; Results; Demographic characteristics of non-excluded vs. excluded young people (RQ1); Engagement with and perceptions of the EU of non-excluded vs. Excluded young people (RQ2); European identity of non-excluded vs. excluded young people (RQ3); Discussion; Social exclusion of young people; Future visions and worries of excluded vs. non-excluded young people; Engagement patterns of excluded vs. non-excluded young people; Identification patterns of excluded vs. non-excluded young people
Why young people?The present study; Method; Measures; Procedure; Results; Visions and worries related to the own future (RQ1); Visions regarding the future of Europe (RQ2); Young people's values, multiculturalism, efficacy believes, European identification and participatory behaviours (RQ3); Discussion; Recommendations; References; Chapter 3: The importance of social exclusion experiences for young people's engagement with the European Union; Why social exclusion experiences matter; Engagement with the EU and exclusion experiences; European identity and exclusion experiences
Summary In a period in which the future of the European Union is subject to increased scrutiny, it is more vital than ever that the thoughts and views of younger generations are considered. Young People's Visions and Worries for the Future of Europe: Findings from the Europe 2038 Project seeks to do exactly that, presenting the findings of a large-scale research project investigating the opinions and worries of young people between the ages of 16 and 25 across seven European countries. In this unique and timely volume, Strohmeier and Tenenbaum, together with the Europe 2038 consortium, examine young people's endorsement of multiculturalism, diversity, European identity, human rights, and political participation, and unpick the cross-national differences in a range of European countries. Young People's Visions and Worries for the Future of Europe concludes by formulating effective evidence-based recommendations for policy and practice. This work is essential reading for advanced level undergraduate and masters level courses in Psychology, Social Work, Politics, Sociology, Social Policy, and Education, as well as researchers in those fields
Notes Dagmar Strohmeier is a Professor at the University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria. She is co-editor of the European Journal of Developmental Psychology and researches in positive youth development, peer relations among youths, and intercultural social work. Harriet R. Tenenbaum is a Reader in the School of Psychology, University of Surrey. She is co-editor of the British Journal of Developmental Psychology and researches children's understanding of intergroup relations, discrimination, and rights
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Subject European Union -- Public opinion.
Group identity -- European Union countries -- Public opinion.
Public opinion -- European Union countries.
Youth -- European Union countries -- Attitudes.
Form Electronic book
Author Strohmeier, Dagmar, editor
Tenenbaum, Harriet, editor
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