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Devlin, Maurice (2004) Inequality and the stereotyping of young people. Dublin: Equality Authority.

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Recent research published by the Equality Authority highlights the ways in which a selection of teenagers believe they are negatively perceived and treated by adults across Irish society. The report is based on focus group discussions with 90 teenagers during May and June 2005 and includes the views of young asylum seekers, travellers, people with disabilities and lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender youth. Contact with the young people was facilitated through the National Youth Council of Ireland (NYCI). The report also includes findings from a case study of stereotyping of young people in the Irish media.


Item Type
Report
Date
2004
Call No
MF4.2, TA14
Pages
72 p.
Publisher
Equality Authority
Place of Publication
Dublin
ISBN
978-1-905628-06-3
Keywords
Ireland, positive youth development, social equality and inequality, youth (stage of life), youth culture
Notes
Bound colour photocopy of original report. Includes bibliographical references.
EndNote
Accession Number
HRB 3457 (Available)

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