Young people and work / Ed. by Robin Price, Paula McDonald, Janis Bailey and Barbara Pini.
By: Price, Robin, Ed.
Contributor(s): Price, Robin, Ed.Publisher: London: Routledge, 2016Description: xviii, 291 p.ISBN: 9781138261181.Subject(s): YouthDDC classification: 331.340 917 22 Online resources: Click here to access online
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Includes bibliographical references and index ( p. 283-291).
Making money, helping out, growing up : working children in Sweden / Tobias Samuelsson -- Young people experiencing work in a boomtown labour market / Christopher D. O'Connor -- The working experiences of student migrants in Australia and New Zealand / Danaë Anderson, Ryan Lamare and Zeenobiyah Hannif -- Men at work? Emerging nuances in young masculinities in the United Kingdom's retail sector / Steven Roberts -- Good, the bad and the ugly : the health and safety of young workers / Dana Anderson, Zeenobiyah Hannif and Felicity Lamm -- Juggling school and work and making the most of both / Margaret Vickers -- Work-study conflict or facilitation? Time use tradeoffs among employed students / Lonnie Golden and John Baffoe-Bonnie -- The occupational aspirations of adolescents : understanding the developmental context of teenagers' desires for future work roles / Sampson Lee Blair -- Youth and precarious employment in Europe / Luísa Oliveira, Helena Carvalho and Luísa Veloso -- Regulating youth work : lessons from Australia and the United Kingdom / Andrew Stewart and Natalie van der Waarden -- Employers' management of part-time student labour / Erica Smith and Wendy Patton -- Social inclusion for young people in the Nordic countries : similar but not identical / Jonas Olofsson and Eskil Wadensjö -- University student employment in Germany and Australia and its impact on attitudes toward union membership / Damian Oliver -- Declining youth membership : the views of union officials / Linda Esders, Janis Bailey and Paula McDonald.