Bow Wow’s Internalized Adultism

I don’t like to speak to pop culture too often, but every now and then I turn on CNN.com in the morning for background noise. In the following video from CNN.com rapper Bow Wow, age 21, is promoting young people voting and the significance of these elections to young people today. My beef is thatContinue reading “Bow Wow’s Internalized Adultism”

Democracy Building in the United States

The institutions, culture and public policy that drive our society needs to be transformed so that adults and young people share roles more equitably within government, communities, workplaces, and families. With that assumption firmly intact, the development of new cultural and structural avenues to foster the active participation of children and youth takes a firmContinue reading “Democracy Building in the United States”

Two Magazine, Two Perspectives

I can be a junk reader at times. Oh sure, I toss around novels by Gabriel Garcia Marquez and Jose Saramago like they’re constantly in my hands (because they usually are), and I subscribe to more than one research database for a reason. But sometimes when I’m sitting around the house I crack open myContinue reading “Two Magazine, Two Perspectives”