Austerity, Youth Policy and the Deconstruction of the Youth Service in England /
This timely book presents a vital analysis of the politics, policy and practice of youth work services in England and the impacts of the austerity agenda introduced after the 2007-08 financial crisis. Davies frames his research within the ideological, political and economic context of the last decad...
Springer International Publishing : Imprint: Palgrave Macmillan,
|Edition:||1st ed. 2019.|
|Online Access:||Connect to the full text of this electronic book|
Table of Contents:
- 1. Mapping and Contextualising the Territory: 2007 - 2018. - Part I: THE NEW LABOUR LEGACIES
- 2. Towards a New Model of Youth Services
- 3. Practice Under Pressure: From Youth Work to 'Positive Activities'
- Part II. AUSTERITY BITES
- 4. The National Picture: From 'State Monopolies' to 'New Providers'
- 5. The Local Youth Service Experience
- Part III: WIDER YOUTH POLICY AGENDAS
- 6. Remaking 'The Broken Society'
- 7. Remoralising the Young
- 8. Parliamentary Scrutiny
- 9. Government Policy: How Positive for Youth?- PART IV: YOUTH POLICIES IN ACTION. - 10. Towards a National Service for Youth. - 11. Implementing a National Citizens Service
- 12. Youth Volunteering - The New Panacea
- 13. Plugging 'Youth Service' Gaps. - 14. Beyond the State: How 'Voluntary' Is the Voluntary Youth Sector?- PART V: TRAINING AND QUALIFYING FOR WORK WITH YOUNG PEOPLE
- 15: 'Modernising' Vocational Qualifications. - 16. Higher Education Routes in Transition- PART VI: BEYOND DECONSTRUCTION
- 17. Defending the Youth Service; Defending Youth Work. - 18. What Future for Youth Policies? What Future for the Youth Service?. .