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Fear and youth citizenship practices: insights from Montreal

Boudreau, Julie-Anne; Liguori, Marilena; Séguin-Manègre, Maude (2015). Fear and youth citizenship practices: insights from Montreal Citizenship Studies , vol. 19 , nº 3-4. p. 335-352. DOI: 10.1080/13621025.2015.1006177.

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This article explores how fear contributes to empowerment and citizenship practices among youth who choose alternative lifestyles. Fear is conceived in a threefold manner: (1) as a manipulated resource in the political process, (2) as energy to be tamed through individual will, and (3) as radiating from actors and flowing through situations of action. Through an examination of how ‘risk-taking’ youths play with fear, the article critically reflects on the modern and advanced modern conceptualizations of the political ‘heroic’ actor and its articulation with an understanding of political action as decentered from human actors. Citizenship practices, it is argued, operate on five distinct levels of political engagement ranging from an awareness of the world outside of oneself to empathy for others and activism. Rather than being state-centered, the article develops an understanding of intersubjective citizenship based on affective memory.

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Mots-clés libres: citizenship practice; fear; risk; youth; political engagement; alternative lifestyles; aesthetic relations; affective memory
Centre: Centre Urbanisation Culture Société
Date de dépôt: 02 déc. 2015 21:50
Dernière modification: 25 janv. 2017 10:10
URI: http://espace.inrs.ca/id/eprint/2832

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