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Reinventing the City?Liverpool in Comparative Perspective$
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Ronaldo Munck

Print publication date: 2003

Print ISBN-13: 9780853237976

Published to Liverpool Scholarship Online: June 2013

DOI: 10.5949/UPO9781846313912

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Youth Perspectives

Youth Perspectives

(p.144) 7. Youth Perspectives
Reinventing the City?

Barry Goldson

Liverpool University Press

This chapter evaluates the extent, nature and consequences of poverty in relation to young people in urban settings. It focuses on two concentrated poverty areas in Liverpool — Dingle and Speke. The chapter examines the conceptualisations of disadvantaged and excluded youth in relation to their neighbourhoods and their perspectives on area-based regeneration initiatives. Finally, the chapter assesses the impact of state policy on youth poverty and considers the potential for youth participation within area-based regeneration.

Keywords:   poverty, Liverpool, Dingle, Speke, disadvantaged youth, excluded youth, regeneration initiatives, youth poverty, regeneration

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