Half Title Page.
Editorial Advisory Board.
List of Figures.
List of Tables.
Notes on the Editors and Contributors.
Approaches to Youth Work Across Time and Place.
1: Defining Youth Work: Exploring the Boundaries, Continuity and Diversity of Youth Work Practice.
2: How to Support Young People in a Changing World: The Sociology of Generations and Youth Work.
3: Looking Over Our Shoulders: Youth Work and its History.
4: Some Conceptions of Youth and Youthwork in the United States.
5: Youth Work as a Colonial Export: Explorations from the Global South.
6: Let Principles Drive Practice: Reclaiming Youth Work in India.
7: The Impact of Neoliberalism upon the Character and Purpose of English Youth Work and Beyond.
8: Youth Work in England: A Profession with a Future?.
9: Precarious Practices with Risky Subjects? Policy and Practice Explorations in the UK and Europe.
10: Undoing Sexism and Youth Work Practice. Seeking Equality. Unsettling Ideology. Affirming Difference. A UK Perspective.
11: Intersectionality and Resistance in Youth Work: Young People, Peace and Global ‘Development' in a Racialized World.
12: Youth Work and Social Pedagogy: Reflections from the UK and Europe.
13: 21st-Century Youth Work: Life Under Global Capitalism.
Professional Work with Young People: Projects and Practices to Inspire.
14: Participation, Empowerment and Democracy: Engaging with Young People's Views.
15: Faith-based Youth Work: Education, Engagement and Ethics.
16: Together We Walk: The Importance of Relationship in Youth Work with Refugee Young People.
17: Screaming Aloud from da Old Plantation Down-under: Youth Work on the Margins in Aotearoa New Zealand.
18: Promoting Children First Youth Work in the Youth Justice System and Beyond.
19: Critical Street Work: The Politics of Working (In) Outside Institutions.
20: Youth Work, Arts Practice and Transdisciplinary Space.
21: Fringe Work - Street-level Divergence in Swedish Youth Work.
22: The Alchemy of Work with Young Women.
23: Supporting Trans, Non-Binary and Gender Diverse Young People: UK Methods and Approaches.
Values and Ethics in Work with Young People.
24: An Ethics of Caring in Youth Work Practice.
25: Relationship Centrality in Work with Young People with Experience of Violence.
26: Reflective Practice: Gaze, Glance and Being a Youth Worker.
27: The Challenges for British Youth Workers of Government Strategies to ‘Prevent Terrorism'.
28: The Politics of Gang Intervention in New England, USA: Knowledge, Partnership and Youth Transformation.
29: Coercion in Sexual Relationships: Challenging Values in School-based Work.
30: Youth and Community Approaches to Preventing Child Sexual Exploitation: South African and UK Project Experiences.
31: Allies, Not Accomplices: What Youth Work Can Learn from Trans and Disability Movements.
32: The Trials and Challenges of Using a Youth Development Approach in a Mental Health and Addictions Service for Young People.
33: Gaze Interrupted: Speaking Back to Stigma with Visual Research.
34: The Ethical Foundations of Youth Work as an International Profession.
35: Youth Work at the End of Life?.
Current Challenges, Future Possibilities.
36: Youth Work Practices in Conflict Societies: Lessons, Challenges and Opportunities.
37: Popular Education and Youth Work: Learnings from Ghana.
38: Roma Youth and Global Youth Work.
39: Community Development with Young People - Exploring a New Model.
40: Returning to Responsive Youth Work in New York City.
41: Uncomfortable Knowledge and the Ethics of Good Practice in Australia's Offshore Refugee Detention Centers.
42: The Evolution of Youth Empowerment: From Programming to Partnering.
43: Towards a Shared Vision of Youth Work: Developing a Worker-Based Youth Work Curriculum.
44: Evaluating Youth Work in its Contexts.