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Young People and Social Change: Individualization and Risk in Late Modernity (Sociology & social change) [Hardcover]

Andy Furlong , Fred Cartmel


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The life experiences of young people in modern industrialized societies have changed quite significantly over the last two decades. Read the first page
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