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Distant cities, travelling tales and segmented young lives: making and remaking youth exclusion across time and place
International Journal of Inclusive Education
A substantial body of research suggests that incipient moral anxiety is growing in relation to excluded youth, and is manifestly cross-national in nature. Whilst these anxieties are often assumed to be most evident in recent times, historians of childhood and youth persistently remind us of the long history of anxiety recorded in the public record about disadvantaged urban youth (e.g., Gleason 2013). However, the degree and nature of local differentiation in the forms of moral anxiety beingdoi:10.1080/13603116.2014.961687 fatcat:k3laicrywfbjxexddfcdflsbai