Title

Resisting Precarity: How "At-Risk" Youth Embody, Perform, and Contest their Ascribed Identities

Individual author or multiple authors

Individual

Major

Women's and Gender Studies (WGST)

Category of Work

Comps

Additional Category of Work

None

Degree

Bachelor of Arts

Class Year

2018

Date of Submission

Thu, 17 May 2018 14:02:28 GMT

Year of Graduation

2018

Other Department or Program

Women's and Gender Studies

Comps Adviser(s)

Ocampo-Raeder, Constanza; Chikkatur, Anita

Award

Distinction on comps

Identifier (Includes All Files and Enter All Their Files Name)

pricen2_2018_WGST.pdf, pricen2_2018_WGST_presentation.pdf

Keywords

Precarity, institutionalize, childhood studies, Native American, At-risk, adversity, summer camp

Access

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Student Work Completed Date

Thu 17 May 2018

ACE Categories

Community-based research, Public scholarship

Format

application/pdf, application/ppt

Files Uploaded

Text (paper), Presentation

Rights Management

Student author/s retain copyright to this work. Through online submission process, author/s granted Carleton College the non-exclusive rights to preserve this work as part of Carleton's academic history and to use it for teaching purposes and/or institutional research and assessment.

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