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Social inclusion of Young Marginalised People through online mobile communities

ilse Marschalek, Elisabeth Unterfrauner, Claudia Magdalena Fabian
2009 2009 International Multiconference on Computer Science and Information Technology  
The interdisciplinary project ComeIn (Online Mobile Communities to facilitate the Social Inclusion of Young Marginalised People -EU FP7) studies and utilises mobile networks as a means for social inclusion  ...  Information and communication technology (ICT) has the potential to serve as a gateway to social inclusion. However, computer and internet access of marginalised young people are limited.  ...  The added value of an online community to marginalised young people is focused on the use of a daily way of communication amongst marginalised young people.  ... 
doi:10.1109/imcsit.2009.5352698 dblp:conf/imcsit/MarschalekUF09 fatcat:xhihcdkpi5dofhychf44gv5yqq

Young People, Community Radio and Urban Life

Catherine Wilkinson
2015 Geography Compass  
Collating these case studies, my discussion is organised around two central themes: first, community radio as a platform for youth voice; and second, social inclusion of young people through youth media  ...  Although there is not a wealth of extant literature on the topic of young people and community radio, much of the available literature provides colourful accounts of young people, community radio and urban  ...  These themes were youth voice and social inclusion of young people through participation in both FM community radio and online radio.  ... 
doi:10.1111/gec3.12197 fatcat:p5xfsaqrgjdyrjevgqdalmix6a

EUROPEAN CITIZENSHIP AND EUROPEAN IDENTITY OF GERMAN YOUTH (BASED ON THE DATA OF EUROBAROMETER STATISTICS 2016–2017)
ЕВРОПЕЙСКОЕ ГРАЖДАНСТВО И ЕВРОПЕЙСКАЯ ИДЕНТИЧНОСТЬ МОЛОДЕЖИ ГЕРМАНИИ (ПО МАТЕРИАЛАМ СТАТИСТИКИ ЕВРОБАРОМЕТРА 2016–2017 ГГ.)

G. V. Grosheva
2018 Vestnik Tomskogo Gosudarstvennogo Pedagogičeskogo Universiteta  
, social inclusion and solidarity of all young people.  ...  youth organisations and networks to act as forces of inclusion by assisting young people to engage, volunteer and drive positive social change in communities;  the recognition of quality youth work, building  ... 
doi:10.23951/1609-624x-2018-5-87-94 fatcat:mbgh5vu7h5ha7gheorxqekizgu

Finding community and contesting heteronormativity: queer young people's engagement in an Australian online community

Benjamin Hanckel, Alan Morris
2014 Journal of Youth Studies  
In doing so, the online community provides young people with the emotional resources and social capital to do something to address their marginalisation.  ...  This study examines how queer young people in Australia are engaging in an online community to address their marginalisation and oppression.  ...  As Gray (2009) and Harper et al. (2009) conclude, online spaces can offer queer young people routes to queer community inclusion and recognition.  ... 
doi:10.1080/13676261.2013.878792 fatcat:nv7222nnxzh67hdz56eyuueqpy

Questioning policy, youth participation and lifestyle sports

Katherine King, Andrew Church
2014 Leisure Studies  
This paper presents findings from a government initiative which sought to increase participation in sport for young people through provision of facilities for mountain biking in a forest in South East  ...  Findings from qualitative research with 40 young people who participated in mountain biking at the case study location highlight the importance of non-traditional sports as a means to experience the natural  ...  Acknowledgements The authors are grateful for the support of Forest Research, Forestry Commission who part funded this research  ... 
doi:10.1080/02614367.2014.893005 fatcat:bnbtnlx3ijg4jmnvdbhxuhuziu

Introduction to the Special Issue "Migrant Youth, Intercultural Relations and the Challenges of Social Inclusion"

Fethi Mansouri, Anna Halafoff
2014 Social Inclusion  
and migrant young people and their communities.  ...  This Special Issue has, thereby, been conceived to generate new understandings into the way young people, migrant communities, agencies and policymakers can better address the challenges of social inclusion  ...  Conflict of Interests The authors declare no conflict of interests. About the Authors Dr. Fethi Mansouri  ... 
doi:10.17645/si.v2i2.161 fatcat:3z24soqptvb5pkf22ibgr6ywhm

ICTs and Technical Agency: A Case Study of a Rural Brazilian Community [chapter]

Lorena Melgaço, Katharine S. Willis
2015 Citizen's Right to the Digital City  
We consider how this framework might enable an approach to understanding the role of ICTS in the particular social-spatial contexts in marginalised communities.  ...  The community is recognized regionally as a pioneer in the way that it has mobilized a range of ICTs for the benefit of the community.  ...  Acknowledgments The empirical work in the village of Noiva do Cordeiro was undertaken during 2012 and 2013 as part of the work of the research groups MOM-UFMG and Lagear-UFMG and the research Museu Tempo  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-981-287-919-6_6 fatcat:62ik2bhftzayxemqwj2l5sckcq

AMASS Policy White Paper Suggestions for Stakeholders and Policymakers based on the Findings of the AMASS Project [article]

Sofia Lindström Sol, Andrea Kárpáti, Melanie Sarantou, Carolina Gutiérrez Novoa, Silvia Remotti
2022 Zenodo  
Using arts-based interventions, this project aims to address marginalisation challenges through community involvement and community building.  ...  Our results also point to effects that can be problematised as negative, such as the social reproduction of dominant groups' values and practices at the expense of marginalised groups.  ...  Lisbon Strategy in 2000, the problem of social exclusion has been an 'indispensable part' of EU social policy and is one of the five main targets of Horizon Europe 2020 (Tuparevska et al., 2020, p. 179  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6592026 fatcat:zhrrbxzg4zanxmor325xtcnmsm

AMASS Policy White Paper: Suggestions for Stakeholders and Policymakers based on the Findings of the AMASS Project [article]

Sofia Lindström Sol, Andrea Kárpáti, Melanie Sarantou, Carolina Gutiérrez Novoa, Silvia Remotti
2022 Zenodo  
Using arts-based interventions, this project aims to address marginalisation challenges through community involvement and community building.  ...  Our results also point to effects that can be problematised as negative, such as the social reproduction of dominant groups' values and practices at the expense of marginalised groups.  ...  Lisbon Strategy in 2000, the problem of social exclusion has been an 'indispensable part' of EU social policy and is one of the five main targets of Horizon Europe 2020 (Tuparevska et al., 2020, p. 179  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6592025 fatcat:rh2eud7x5rhzlg6w2amptc7dae

Social Pedagogy within Key Worker Practice: Community Situated Support for Marginalised Youth

Shaun T. Morgan
2013 International journal of social pedagogy  
Through the exploration of this relationship dynamic it becomes possible to 'open-up' objectivist professional roles to 'make room' for a mode of engagement that connects with marginalised youth at an  ...  Firstly, an integration of social pedagogic concepts within this new practice space has the potential to improve outcomes for marginalised youth and, secondly, an exploration of the work done within similar  ...  However, where marginalised youth are specifically concerned, social pedagogy in its idealised form relates to the work done communicatively to promote social inclusion through an intersubjective relationship  ... 
doi:10.14324/111.444.ijsp.2013.v2.1.003 fatcat:d2gthjnstnat7a3wm3qzzr4yle

Who excludes? Young People's Experience of Social Exclusion

GERRY REDMOND, GILL MAIN, ALEXANDER W. O'DONNELL, JENNIFER SKATTEBOL, RICHARD WOODMAN, ANNA MOONEY, JOANNA WANG, SABERA TURKMANI, CATHERINE THOMSON, FIONA BROOKS
2022 Journal of Social Policy  
Existing policy research has not comprehensively examined the processes by which young people experience social exclusion: that is, the relationships among different risk factors for exclusion, their actual  ...  The effects of other characteristics or risk factors for young people's social exclusion (living with disability, being a young carer, identifying as Indigenous, and speaking a language other than English  ...  Most of these young people came from marginalised backgrounds, and included groups of Indigenous young people, young people with learning difficulties, young people from ethnically diverse backgrounds,  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0047279422000046 fatcat:syhj6jfffjcipicootudza45nq

DEVELOPING INCLUSIVE PRACTICES WITH TECHNOLOGIES FOR ONLINE TEACHING AND LEARNING: A THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVE

Don Passey
2017 Bordón Revista de Pedagogía  
The purpose of this paper is to explore ways that online learning might support the full spectrum of learners (those with specific social and emotional difficulties or mobility or physical disabilities  ...  The paper draws out theoretical conceptions of inclusive practices for teaching and learning when activities deploy online technologies, using evidence from current literature.  ...  While the young people shared their experience of self-harm and how it was managed with health professionals, the latter group did not actively participate, but the young people developed an online community  ... 
doi:10.13042/bordon.2017.53523 fatcat:jurowncft5ctxjwjodhm45vana

The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on deaf adults, children and their families in Ghana

Ruth Swanwick, Alexander M. Oppong, Yaw N. Offei, Daniel Fobi, Obed Appau, Joyce Fobi, Faustina Frempomaa Mantey
2020 Journal of the British Academy  
The pivotal language and communication issues are shown through a bioecological analysis that illuminates the interdependent dynamics of development and context, and their influence on access to, and understanding  ...  We ask what it takes to �make cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable� (United Nations Strategic Development Goal 11) for deaf people in the context of the global pandemic  ...  Acknowledgements: The authors gratefully acknowledge the contributions of the participants and thank them for their willingness to share their experiences during this difficult time.  ... 
doi:10.5871/jba/008.141 fatcat:ayl5xbdhnfe2ber6v2zii24bkm

Digital Inclusion: A Tool for Empowerment

Neelam Kalla
2016 IRA-International Journal of Management & Social Sciences (ISSN 2455-2267)  
</p><p>Present study provides an analysis of secondary data in order to investigate the current status of digital inclusion and digital divide of Indian population.  ...  <div><p>In the contemporary picture there is conjoint consensus amongst all the policy makers from across the sphere that devoid of ICT and digital inclusion; the growth of an individual is stalled.  ...  As only 37% of those people living in social housing being online, support through housing providers is enormously significant.  ... 
doi:10.21013/jmss.v3.n3.p26 fatcat:gpfmkgega5cahncwclmbh4u4eq

THE T21 PROJECT: A EUROPEAN INITIATIVE FOR YOUNG PEOPLE WITH SPECIAL EDUCATIONAL NEEDS

Maria Barbas, Pedro Matos, Cristina Novo, Maurício Dias, Ana Loureiro
2018 Zenodo  
The European Parliament adopted a declaration on children with Down syndrome in 2012, encouraging the Commission, the Council and the Member States to contribute to their social inclusion through awareness-raising  ...  Awareness raising for the inclusion of the citizen with Trisomy 21 has been increasing slowly thanks to a series of measures and actions taken at national and European level.  ...  As the TV 21 COMmunity project intends to focus on a specific target group of marginalised and 'at-risk' young people and as there is limited research in the area of non formal learning (specially in e-skills  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3522426 fatcat:yxptmpflyzgypohcy4lsslcabq
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