Essays about: "youth and economy"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 27 essays containing the words youth and economy.

  1. 1. I don’t even think there are environmental politics here! A paper on youth influence and the coal mining industry in Bosnia & Herzegovina

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Institutionen för kulturgeografi och ekonomisk geografi; Lunds universitet/Humanekologi

    Author : Matilda Råbrant; [2022]
    Keywords : youth influence; climate change; environmental politics; natural resources; fossil economy; youth engagement; political ecology; Bosnia-Herzegovina; Social Sciences;

    Abstract : Bosnia & Herzegovina is the 27th largest exporter of coal-fired energy in the world. Multiple organizations are warning about the dangerous rates of air polluting substances in many of the country’s larger cities. Youths in Bosnia & Herzegovina feel alienated from decision-making, making it hard for them to express their voice and concerns. READ MORE

  2. 2. Masculinity and bodaboda driving in Tanzania : a study of rural young men engaging in motorcycle taxi in Kilosa and Mvomero districts

    University essay from SLU/Dept. of Urban and Rural Development

    Author : Baraka Smeaton Gaba; [2022]
    Keywords : bodaboda; agriculture; masculinity; young men;

    Abstract : In ensuring that people fight poverty they have been advised to adopt a variety of ways and strategies for boosting their economy to sustain their daily lives. In rural areas the main reliance has been agriculture for all people but due to the challenges facing agriculture, people had to look at other activities apart from agriculture in order to survive. READ MORE

  3. 3. The moral economy of the self : chasing the future with LinkedIn

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Medie- och kommunikationsvetenskap; Lunds universitet/Institutionen för kommunikation och medier

    Author : Long Nguyen; [2021]
    Keywords : case study; digital capitalism; digital labour; entrepreneurial self; LinkedIn; precarity; transition; young people; Social Sciences;

    Abstract : For many young people across societies, precarity is the condition of life that they have to confront in their path to adulthood. As this condition is further intertwined with the rise of the digital age, attempts have been made by youth and media scholars to theorize and investigate the role that digital media plays within this socioeconomic conditions. READ MORE

  4. 4. “…we don’t have our voice, our opinions, our decisions and all this needs to change…” : A qualitative study of Palestinian relative deprivation, participation in social movements and the perception of Israeli settlements and its settlers by Palestinian university students

    University essay from Jönköping University/HLK, Globala studier; Jönköping University/HLK, Globala studier

    Author : Ludvig Svensson; Erik Gerhardsson; [2020]
    Keywords : Social movement; Relative Deprivation Theory; Israeli settlements; “The Palestinian cause”; Deprivation;

    Abstract : The State of Israel’s control of the West Bank and their creation of settlements has led to feelings of frustration amongst the Palestinian population. The significance of the next generation in a conflict that has been ongoing for generations becomes crucial when aiming for peace, as the youth of today will be the adults of tomorrow. READ MORE

  5. 5. Impact of the Botkyrka Project on Gender Equality and Youth Participation : A Capability Approach Perspective on #UrbanGirlsMovement

    University essay from KTH/Hållbar utveckling, miljövetenskap och teknik

    Author : Vittorio Esposito; [2020]
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    Abstract : The #UrbanGirlsMovement Pilot Project in Botkyrka was aimed at implementing feminist urban planning at local level, in order to develop innovative solution to improve socio-economically vulnerable urban areas. By laying its foundation on feminist urban planning practices, co-creation and youth participation, this case study aims at examining the implementation and potential impacts of the Botkyrka Pilot Project and how it could have potentially influenced a transformation in the practices of institutions towards more inclusive urban planning. READ MORE