Youth in Plural Cities, Multiculturalism and Citizenship: Policy Challenges and Opportunities

Yvonne Hébert

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A partir de un enfoque comparativo de las minorías etno-culturales en Australia, Canadá y Francia, este trabajo trata cinco cuestiones: (1) la visión de los jóvenes de sí mismos y su sentido de comunidad; (2) las barreras de integración; (3) los acercamientos innovadores gubernamentales y comunitarios a la integración de la juventud; (4) las oportunidades que la juventud crea por sí misma; y (5) el impacto de tipos programas políticos. El caso de Australia dibuja una imagen no lineal de las transiciones de los jóvenes, sus luchas y la participación en comunidad. La investigación en Canadá se centra en los procesos transculturales de identificación, la escolarización, la adhesión racial y espacial, y las redes sociales de legitimidad vinculadas a la cohesión social en un país que no reconoce su pluralidad inherente. De tal forma, la segregación espacial, el desempoderamiento y la exclusión política de la juventud varía en su gravedad, sensibilidad hacia la multiculturalidad y en función del contexto político ciudadano.

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Hébert, Y. (2016). Youth in Plural Cities, Multiculturalism and Citizenship: Policy Challenges and Opportunities. Foro de Educación, 14(20), 199-230. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.14516/fde.2016.014.020.011

 

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juventud; multiculturalidad; ciudadanía; sentido de comunidad

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