Reflexivity and the youth: How is it understood, measured and encouraged?May 8, 12:30pm - 2:00pm
Mānoa Campus, UHM College of Education Wist Hall 131 1776 University Ave Honolulu, HI 96822
The increasing dynamic of the globalizing social world has made it difficult for the individuals to rely on the established routines, act automatically and without deeper considerations. Instead, they have to base their actions on their own reflexive deliberations as presented, for example, in the theory of Margaret Archer. The initial research, based on our measurement instrument, has confirmed that this is particularly true for the younger generations. Moreover, it is also closely linked to gender, educational levels and the ability of an individual to enter transnational social spaces through her/his mobilities and networks.
Join us for this fascinating brownbag â€” bring your lunch!
College of Education, Mānoa Campus
Nezia Azmi, (808) 956-4280, email@example.com, https://coe.hawaii.edu/about/events/2018/04/talk-reflexivity-and-youth
Tuesday, May 8
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