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Table of Contents
|List of Figures||p. vii|
|Notes on Contributors||p. x|
|Innovations in Youth Research: An Introduction||p. 1|
|Unravelling Attachments to Extreme Metal Music with 'Music Elicitation'||p. 21|
|Meaningful Meanderings: Using Mobile Methods to Research Young People's Everyday Lives||p. 37|
|The Use of Mental Maps in Youth Research: Some Evidence from Research Exploring Young People's Awareness of and Attachment to Place||p. 58|
|Making Sense of Mixed Method Narratives: Young People's Identities, Life-Plans, and Time Orientations||p. 77|
|Involving Young People as Peer Researchers in Research on Community Relations in Northern Ireland||p. 101|
|Multiple Facets of People and Place: Exploring Youth Identity and Aspirations in Madurai, South India||p. 121|
|Using Video in a Participatory, Multi-Method Project on Young People's Everyday Lives in Rural East Germany: A Critical Reflection||p. 143|
|Young People and Policy Research: Methodological Challenges in CYP-Led Research||p. 161|
|Youth Research in Web 2.0: A Case Study in Blog Analysis||p. 178|
|Public Profiles, Private Parties: Digital Ethnography, Ethics and Research in the Context of Web 2.0||p. 195|
|Positionality and Difference in Cross-Cultural Youth Research: Being 'Other' in the Former Soviet Union||p. 210|
|Double Reflexivity: The Politics of Friendship, Fieldwork and Representation within Ethnographic Studies of Young People||p. 229|
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