Weil, S., Janen, T. and Wildemeersch, D.
Unemployed youth and social exclusion in Europe: Learning for inclusion?
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|Additional Information:||This book is based on a 3 year EU-funded six country project co-directed by Weil and Prof Wildemeersch, University of Leuven. It presents an integrated exploration of espoused, enacted and experienced dimensions of �policies into practice' for unemployed youth. Impact was strengthened by a �whole system' analysis of the core tension in European aspirations to increase employability without increasing social exclusion. Professor Karen Evans (author of the Foreword) welcomed the �exploration of participatory public learning and improvisational policy formation' and cited the development and contrast of �restricting activation' with �reflexive activation' as the �most important, original, and central idea'. Academic reviewers have applauded the authors' �ambition' in �producing a book that offers new insights into the lives of young adults' (International Journal of Lifelong Education) and the �creative' �innovative' and �fascinating' construction of the text: �different from anything that has gone before' (Youth and Policy). Weil was responsible for 45%.|
|Uncontrolled Keywords:||unemployed, youth, social exclusion, Europe, learning, inclusion|
|Faculty/Department:||Faculty of Health and Applied Sciences > Department of Health and Social Sciences|
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|Deposited On:||22 Jan 2010 15:13|
|Last Modified:||25 Mar 2014 15:22|
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