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Young people, family relationships and civic participation
This article examines young people’s civic participation and the extent to which this is influenced by the family. Although literature on young people’s civic participation is abundant, the role of the family in influencing this participation is largely absent. Drawing on...
Play, puerilism, and post-modernism
Educational Philosophy and Theory, 50:14, 1625-1626
Civil Society, Social Change, and a New Popular Education in Russia
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Trust-transparency paradoxes: proceedings of an international conference
This short publication presents the main proceedings of an international conference held at Sciences Po Lyon, France, on 4 May 2018. The symposium pulled together several research initiatives around the central theme of trust–transparency paradoxes. Trust (and its corollary...
When Students Become “Prisoners”: A Game Theory Analysis of Internship by Beijing College Students
ECNU Review of Education