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Engaging youth on their own terms? an actor-network theory account of hip-hop in youth work.
(University of Canterbury. Department of Human Services and Social Work, 2015)
With origins in the South Bronx area of New York in the early 1970s, hip-hop culture is now produced and consumed globally. While hip-hop activities can be varied, hip-hop is generally considered to have four forms or ...
Go, and you will return: Locating meanings in young Muslims’ lived experience at schools in Christchurch, New Zealand via an adapted IPA method influenced by Ramadanian philosophies (IPA-R).
(University of Canterbury. Social Work, 2015)
This thesis explored the lived experience of Muslim students in schools in Christchurch, New Zealand; how they made sense of their experience and the meanings they placed on it, and their coping strategies. Its central ...