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Phenomenological investigations of Olympic exclusions: longitudinal and comparative ethnography across two Olympic cities

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Jacqueline Kennelly’s most recent book is entitled Olympic Exclusions: Youth, Poverty, and Social Legacies (Routledge 2016). It summarizes a six year research project investigating the experiences of low-income youth in the Olympic host cities of Vancouver (host to the 2010 Winter Olympics) and London (host to the 2012 Summer Olympics), using qualitative and visual methods. She is also the author of Citizen Youth: Culture, Activism, and Agency in a Neoliberal Era (Palgrave MacMillan, 2011), and the co-author (with J. Dillabough) of Lost Youth in the Global City: Class, Culture, and the Urban Imaginary (Routledge, 2010). She co-edited (with S. Poyntz) Phenomenology of Youth Cultures and Globalization: Lifeworlds and Surplus Meanings in Changing Times (Routledge 2015).

This talk is part of the Education, Equality and Development (EED) Group Seminars series.

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