Evidence of age inequality-Youth

Yasmine King
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A - Level Sociology (Inequalities ) Note on Evidence of age inequality-Youth, created by Yasmine King on 06/14/2017.

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Labour Market

Labour Force Survey- 12.3% aged 15-24 year olds were unemployed compared with only 4.9% of people over 25 Barron and Norris- Young people more likely to be found more likely to be found in the secondary labour market Institute for Public Policy Research- despite falls in unemployment levels there are still 868,000 out of work 16-24 year olds

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Income and Wealth

Gramsci - youths do not question their exploitation through the labour market The guardian (2007) - Young people are more likely to be unemployment and have lower incomes End child poverty (2013)- 3.5 million children living in poverty in the UK. Almost 1/3 63% of them live in a family where someone works

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Health

National Statistics- 6 in 10 diagnosed with chlamydia are aged 16 to 24 Sir Micheal Marmot- Death rates are worst for under 5 are the worst compared to europe Barnardos- 1/5 children and adolescents experience psychological problems.

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Crime

Hough and Roberts- public perception of crime ONS- 16-19 years most at risk of being a victim of domestic Dark figure of crime

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Media

Cohen Thornton Griffin

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