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Uncivil Youth by Soo Ah Kwon

Uncivil Youth by Soo Ah Kwon

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Soo Ah Kwon explores youth of color activism, focusing on the political conditions that enable—and limit—youth of color from achieving meaningful change given the entrenchment of nonprofits within the logic of the neoliberal state.
Soo Ah Kwon explores youth of color activism, focusing on the political conditions that enable—and limit—youth of color from achieving meaningful change given the entrenchment of nonprofits within the logic of the neoliberal state.

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Published by: Duke University Press on Mar 01, 2013
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Soo Ah Kwon
UNCIVILYOUTH
Race, Activism, andAfrmative Governmentality
 
Soo Ah Kwon
UNCIVILYOUTH
Race, Activism, andAffirmative Governmentality
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Designed by C. H. WestmorelandTypeset in Minion Pro with Hypatia Sans Display by Keystone Typesetting, Inc.Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication DataKwon, Soo AhUncivil youth : race, activism, and a≈rmative governmentality / Soo Ah Kwon.p. cm.Includes bibliographical references and index.
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978-0-8223-5405-5 (cloth : alk. paper)
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978-0-8223-5423-9 (pbk. : alk. paper)1. Minorities—Political activity—United States.2. Youth—Political activity—United States. 3. Nonprofit organizations.4. Democracy and education—United States. I. Title.
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Distinction between "at risk" and "inevitable risk" noted in the Introduction to UNCIVIL YOUTH [Kwon: Duke 2013].
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