Abstract no. 434

Youth is certainly the appropriate parameter to map the intensity and variety of change that a place or a community encounters. The rural India is changing rapidly and among several dimensions, social is media is the most explicit one. The impact of social media is...

Abstract no. 419

This paper will discuss what we can learn from youth engagement in efforts to address the HIV pandemic globally to better combat the COVID-19 pandemic. Current generations of young people across the globe are highly tied in to digital forms of communication, including...

Abstract no. 398

I will present the overlaps and differences between the two forms of organization of youth in Maribor. The first is based on collective legal frame (cooperatives), on the critique of neoliberalism and relativization of entrepreneurial senses. The second is based on...

Abstract no. 364

Sallie Han and Jason Antrosio have already pointed out in 2015 that “youth is having its moment in anthropology at a time when an anthropological perspective on youth—one that takes into account their abilities and inabilities to act and react—seems especially...

Abstract no. 349

Many public health professionals regarded completing the 2019-2020 National Basketball Association (N.B.A) season as the most successful professional sports event during the COVID-19 pandemic. The complex orchestration of logistics and safety provided some players,...

Abstract no. 339

European mobility regimes sort un/desired migrants through sets of precarious administrative statuses, which are translated into limited access to resources, most notably the formal labor market. Those temporal ruptures interrupt individual biographies and hinder the...

Abstract no. 321

This paper addresses the social consequences of the financial and ‘refugee’ crises in Greece, and particularly how they impact the post-compulsory (15+) educational trajectories of young refugees and asylum seekers in the country. It argues that even after youth have...

Abstract no. 315

Most modern countries believe that education is crucial for raising children into citizens tailored to the state’s agenda, which in the late capitalism implies modeling them into entrepreneurs independent from the state. The first attempts at entrepreneurship...

Abstract no. 124

Media in the 21st century are shifting when, where, what, and how young people understand. Educators, researchers, and parents weep this reality; but youth, media culture, and learning nevertheless remain entangled in a rich set of relationships and anxities in the...