Young People's Journeys into Creative Work
Hustle and Grow

Routledge Research in Education Series


Language: Anglais

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Exploring how formal and informal education initiatives and training systems in the US, UK and Australia seek to achieve a socially diverse workforce, this insightful book offers a series of detailed case studies to reveal the initiative and ingenuity shown by today?s young people as they navigate entry into creative fields of work.

Young People?s Journeys into Creative Work acknowledges the new and diverse challenges faced by today's youth as they look to enter employment. Chapters trace the rise of indie work, aspirational labour, economic precarity, and the disruptive effects of digital technologies, to illustrate the oinventive ways in which youth from varied socio-economic and cultural backgrounds enter into work in film, games production, music, and the visual arts. From hip-hop to new media arts, the text explores how opportunities for creative work have multiplied in recent years as digital technologies open new markets, new scenes, and new opportunities for entrepreneurs and innovation.

This book will be of great interest to researchers, academics and postgraduate students in the fields of youth studies, careers guidance, media studies, vocational education and sociology of education.

  • Acknowledgment
  • A note of authorship

  1. Young people’s journeys into creative work: Challenges and transitions into the workforce
  2. Julian Sefton-Green, S. Craig Watkins and Ben Kirschner

  3. Being Indie: The DIY ethos and Indie game development
  4. S. Craig Watkins and Andres Lombana-Bermudez

  5. Building a music innovation ecosystem: Creative labor in hip hop culture
  6. Andres Lombana-Bermudez and S. Craig Watkins

  7. Learning creative identities in filmmaking: The dubious pleasures of precarity
  8. Julian Sefton-Green

  9. Engaging youth in industry-led filmmaking projects: The limits of social and cultural capital in career-making
  10. Julian Sefton-Green

  11. Higher education, intellectual property, and incubation mechanisms: The case of Australia’s Indie 100
  12. Phil Graham

  13. Guiding young creatives in the last mile
  14. Ben Kirshner and Adam York

  15. Building and brokering pathways in new media arts: A new dimension of youth program quality

Ben Kirshner, Josephina Chang-Order, Michael Harris, Katie Van Horne