『ハマータウンの野郎ども』の現代的視座 : 現代の〈野郎ども〉はいかに社会へと移行しているのか

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『ハマータウンの野郎ども』の現代的視座 : 現代の〈野郎ども〉はいかに社会へと移行しているのか
Title ( eng )
The Contemporary Viewpoint of Learning to Labour : How do today's "Lads" transition to society?
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Source Title
広島大学大学院教育学研究科紀要. 第三部, 教育人間科学関連領域
Bulletin of the Graduate School of Education, Hiroshima University. Part 3, Education and human science
Issue 59
Start Page 29
End Page 37
Abstract
The aims of this article are to review the studies about today's "lads" in Western countries and get some suggestion for youth studies in Japan. After the publication of Learning to Labour by P. Willis, many researchers have studied about lads who are nonacademic, school-disaffeted white working class boys seeking to traditional masculinity of working class. However, by increasing of "feminized work" in recent structural change of economy, disappearance of traditional class cooperativity and development of individualisation, lads have had many difficulties to get working class jobs and transition to society. This leads to the question how today's lads seek to transition from "boyz to men." According to the earlier studies, they try to become working class men through the practice or restructuring of traditional subculture of regional working class in new circumstances instead of getting working class jobs. This implication needs us to reveal the meaning of transition from school to job or from "boyz to men" with diversity of each youth and social, economical and cultural context where they live. Then, the perspectives to practice of subculture are very useful to apprehend organically reflexivity, community and identity of youth.
Keywords
P. Willis
'the lads'
transition to society
subculture
identity
P. ウィリス
野郎ども
社会への移行
サブカルチャー
アイデンティティ
NDC
Education [ 370 ]
Language
jpn
Resource Type departmental bulletin paper
Publisher
広島大学大学院教育学研究科
Date of Issued 2010-12-24
Publish Type Version of Record
Access Rights open access
Source Identifier
[ISSN] 1346-5562
[NCID] AA11625039