Navigating complex lives: A longitudinal, comparative perspective on young people's trajectories

  • Wyn J
  • Andres L
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Drawing on a sociological analysis that brings the prevailing social and economic policies into the frame of this analysis, this article focuses on the relationship between the social conditions faced by young people in the 1990s and early 2000s, the opportunities and constraints that these conditions presented to them, and patterns of mental health.

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  • Education policy
  • Labour market
  • Mental health
  • Social change
  • Youth

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  • Johanna Wyn

  • Lesley Andres

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