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Title:Special issue on 'The ideologies of youth'
Editors:Dijk, Rijk vanISNI
Bruijn, Mirjam deISNI
Year:2011
Periodical:Africa Development: A Quarterly Journal of CODESRIA (ISSN 0850-3907)
Volume:36
Issue:3-4
Pages:145
Language:English
Geographic terms:Africa
Congo (Democratic Republic of)
Nigeria
Tanzania
Uganda
Subjects:youth
violence
militias
popular music
sexuality
literature reviews (form)
conference papers (form)
2006
Link:https://www.jstor.org/stable/i24482100
Abstract:This special issue is the result of an international conference (Dakar, 2006) on the relation between youth and ideology: Youth and the Global South: Religion, Politics and the Making of Youth in Africa, Asia and the Middle East. The volume includes two studies from Asia (India and Indonesia), and five from different countries in Africa (Uganda, Congo, Nigeria and Tanzania). The articles show how diverse the category of 'youth' is: youth in development (Sinha-Kerkhoff, Christiansen), in the nation (Semedi), within the complex chaos of war and violence (Jourdan and Sanni), as public performers in music and arts (Suriano) or as a schooling youth (Mokam). These categories are often defined from the outside, and then taken up by the youth who become actively involved in a re-definition in their own terms. Paradoxically, while youth is often excluded from the formulation of State or organizational ideologies that shape their lives, their self-ideologization is at the same time producing new modes of exclusion. Contents: Introduction: Ideologies of youth (Rijk van Dijk, Mirjam de Bruijn, Carlos Cardoso and Inge Butter) - Padvinders, Pandu, Pramuka: youth and State in the 20th century Indonesia (Pujo Semedi) - Institutionalising terror in the name of religion and polity: the Nigerian youth and the cosmos of violence (Amidu Sanni) - African 'youth' since independence: notes on a bibliographic overview, 1990 to 2005 (Fiona Klein Klouwenberg and Inge Butter) - Seeing the State through youth policy formation: the case of the state of Jharkhand (India) (Kathinka Sinha-Kerkhoff) - Mayi-mayi: young rebels in Kivu, DRC (Democratic Republic of Congo) (Luca Jourdan) - Hip-hop and bongo flavour music in contemporary Tanzania: youths' experiences, agency, aspirations and contradictions (Maria Suriano) - Youth religiosity and moral critique: God, government and generations in a time of AIDS in Uganda (Catrine Christiansen). [ASC Leiden abstract]
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