Youth, Risk and Russian Modernity

Youth, Risk and Russian Modernity

Youth, Risk and Russian Modernity

Title first published in 2003. This timely and original book is the most comprehensive and authoritative analysis of Russia's risk society to date. Referring to the works of Douglas, Beck and Giddens, it considers a variety of theories of risk and applies them to young people in different risk societies, showing how these youngsters have adapted to cope with risk.

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