This chapter focuses on learning from action research projects conducted with young people as part of the PARTISPACE research to explore the implications of young people’s changing forms of participation for innovating pedagogies of participation and citizenship. It aims to offer a new perspective on everyday pedagogies of youth participation understood as processes of situated social learning in action, as young people reflexively engage with and make sense of everyday contexts. The chapter describes by reviewing some critiques of citizenship education, introducing the ideas of Youth Participatory Action Research, and explaining how these were adopted in PARTISPACE. It also focuses on particular aspects of young people’s participation in the projects: The ways in which young people develop agency and capacity through experience; the significance of experimentation, creativity and emergence; reflexive learning and negotiation of boundaries; and relational practices of participatory social learning.
|Title of host publication||Young People and the Struggle for Participation|
|Subtitle of host publication||Contested Practices, Power and Pedagogies in Public Spaces|
|Editors||Andreas Walther, Janet Batsleer, Patricia Loncle, Axel Pohl|
|Number of pages||20|
|Publication status||Published - 10 Jul 2019|
FingerprintDive into the research topics of 'Everyday pedagogies: New perspectives on youth participation, social learning and citizenship'. Together they form a unique fingerprint.
- Department of Behavioural and Social Sciences - Professor of Childhood Youth and Participatory Practice
- School of Human and Health Sciences
- Centre for Applied Childhood, Youth and Family Research - Director