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'Helicopter Parenting' and 'Boomerang Children'
Anne West, Jane Lewis (2018)
This new publication depicts how students and graduates are now likely to be close to their parents, receive considerable financial and emotional support from them and, upon graduation, return home. Using qualitative data from two interview studies of middle-class families, this title explores the impact of these changes on young people’s transition to independence and adulthood and on intergenerational and intragenerational equality. Read more.
Revisiting the Local Power Structure in Bangladesh: Economic Gain, Political Pain?
David Lewis, Abul Hossain (2017)
This report uses new qualitative data (interviews, focus groups) to analyse the changing formal and informal institutions that govern people’s lives in rural and urban Bangladesh (local government, political actors, legal institutions, formal and informal civil society). The data was collected from three rural study sites in Greater Faridpur, and one urban informal settlement in Dhaka.Read more.
Glasius M., Ishkanian A. (2018) The Square and Beyond: Trajectories and Implications of the Square Occupations. In: Peeren E., Celikates R., de Kloet J., Poell T. (eds) Global Cultures of Contestation. Palgrave Studies in Globalization, Culture and Society. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham
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