Young People's lives arguably exist at the cutting edge of social change and as such youth research presents a particluar set of challenges for the social researcher. Researching Youth presents a series of case studies outlining the difficulties, rewards and insights characteristic of contemporary youth research. Featuring contributions from some of the leading current youth researchers across a range of disciplines, this collection includes chapters on: the benefits of ethnography; research on young people's drug use and drug education; researching young people's bodies; political dimensions of youth research; the value of comparative European youth research; researching young people in dance club settings; critically reflexive action research; young people as consumers and young people and music. Drawing on fascinating case studies throughout, this book will be essential reading for students and academics interested in researching young people's lives.

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