Table of Contents
Notes about the Author
Chapter 1 – “Keeping It Real” on the Streets of Reformation and Contemporary England: Urban Dialectics in Action (pp. 1-20)
Chapter 2 – The Ghetto As a Cultural Enclave (pp. 21-34)
Chapter 3 – Afro Neo Romanticism, the Market and Its Potential for Community and Social Transformation (pp. 35-62)
Chapter 4 – Psychic Violence and Youth Street Culture: Is There A Connection? (pp. 63-84)
Chapter 5 – Culture, Black Masculinities and Ideological Freedoms in the United Kingdom (pp. 85-112)
This book was written for academics interested in interdisciplinary research (cultural studies, international relations, community psychology, geography, economic, critical race studies and sociology). The book will also appeal to youth workers and community workers working with young people in arts based projects.