Tracy Shildrick (University of Leeds), Robert MacDonald (Teesside University) and Lorenza Antonucci (UWS) Precarious work, underemployment and an increased risk of [...]Read more
Category "Issue 20"
Viewpoint: From Cradle to College?
Adam Formby (University of Leeds) and John Hudson (University of York) In outlining the Liberal Democrat’s 2015 General Election offering, Nick [...]Read more
On the Frontline: The growth of youth deprivation in Britain, 1990-2012
Eldin Fahmy (University of Bristol) In the wake of the 2008 financial crisis and the subsequent introduction of austerity policies targeting [...]Read more
Policy Briefing: Juvenile justice in Europe from risk obsession to children first progression
Stephen Case and Kevin Haines (University of Swansea) In this article, we argue that juvenile justice policy and practice across Europe [...]Read more
When concepts cross borders
Signe Ravn (Danish National Centre for Social Research) and Tea Bengtsson (University of Copenhagen) Judging from the 270 presentations made by [...]Read more
Are policies for NEETs still working for young people?
Aniela Wenham (University of York) The most recent figures show that there are currently 13.1% of 16-24 year olds defined [...]Read more
Higher education and the reproduction of social elites
Nicola Ingram (University of Bath) and Richard Waller (University of the West of England) There has been much public and [...]Read more
Confronting a Culture of ‘Laddishness’ and ‘Riskiness’ in Higher Education
Sharon Elley (University of Leeds) UK universities are witnessing considerable controversy surrounding male students’ behaviour in what has been termed an [...]Read more
Academy schools: Policy evolution, Controversy and General Election 2015
Jodie Pennacchia (University of Nottingham) Promoting English academy schools has been a policy with the powerful ability to unite the two [...]Read more
Challenging Stereotypes: The Lived Experience of British Chinese Parenting
Carmen Lau Clayton (University of Leeds) In both research and popular accounts of Chinese families, children are often perceived as being [...]Read more