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Introduction; The Purpose of Youth Work; Being the Common; Stop Breaking People into Bits: A Plea for a Peopled Youth Work; Generativity versus Stagnation; Thinking Through a Relational & Developmental Lens; Crafting & Un-Crafting Relationships in Child & Youth Care: Human-Non-Human Encounters; Post-Growth Possibilities for Child & Youth Care; Insider/Outsider: Challenge & Opportunity in Teaching the Profession That Never Was; Reading Camus The First Man; Be Gone, Dull Care; Index.
Kiaras Gharabaghi is an associate professor in the School of Child and Youth Care at Ryerson University and co-editor of the journal Child & Youth services . A practitioner for more than twenty years, he researches in the areas of residential care, childrenas mental health, education and social pedagogy, policy and regulatory frameworks for youth services, and system collaboration and organizational change. Hans A. Skott-Myhre is an associate professor in the Child and Youth Studies Department at Brock University. He spent twenty-five years as a youth worker and family therapist working primarily with runaway and homeless youth before entering academia. Research interests include radical and political approaches to youthaadult relations, subcultures, critical disability studies and anti-psychiatry, post-capitalist subjectivity, post-Marxist politics, undoing whiteness, and political readings of popular culture. Mark Krueger is professor and founder of the Youth Work Learning Center, University of WisconsinaMilwaukee, where he teaches and studies youth work. He has written several articles and twelve books about the field and has consulted and spoken at numerous conferences and agencies in the United States, Canada, and Europe.