Finding Political Identities: Young People in a Changing Europe

Alistair Ross discusses how young people in Europe construct their political identities. Based on small discussion groups with 2000 young people across 29 European states, Alistair Ross explores how 13 to 20 year olds build identities in contemporary society, creating contingent narratives of local, national and European identities with families, friends and social media. Image courtesy of Alistair Ross.

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