American Youth Cultures.pdf

American Youth Cultures PDF

This book considers themes such as race, class, gender, power, sexuality and authority and presents innovative and challenging analyses of texts from the post-war period. Key questions are raised about the significance of youth within American culture.

Young people are central actors in the formation of American Muslim cultures, and their cultural production engages questions of identity. This self-making ...

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American Youth Cultures.pdf


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