The purpose of this project is to study the challenges of the invisible youth in the urban area of Holte, which has been pointed out by Rudersdal municipality. This challenge is the groundwork of the projects essential problem. The project seeks to investigate how it is to live in Holte when you are young, and hereby discuss the consistency between the municipality’s perception of youth culture and young people’s experiences of the same. This is examined from the project’s own empirical work in the form of a questionnaire and the theories of youth cultural communities and urban areas. Additionally the project discuss the discrepancy between Rudersdal and the youth in Holte, in correlation with the theory of the right to the city and the other part of the collected empirical work which is an expert interview. The project cautiously presents a solution to the challenges, which points at an extension of dynamic settings in the managing of youth communities in urban areas. This leads to the conclusion that the challenge articulated by Rudersdal municipality is a product of the contemporary changes in youth cultural communities. In addition to this, today's youth cultural communities are not reflected as one joint community in the urban areas. The youth cultural communities is now seen in smaller individual groups, but is not necessarily an expression of the youth’s unwillingness to take part of the urban areas. The invisibility is a greater expression of the youth’s absence capability to create self-organized communities, as long as no dynamic framework is established in Holte.
|Uddannelser||Plan, By og Proces, (Bachelor/kandidatuddannelse) Bachelor el. kandidat|
|Udgivelsesdato||17 maj 2015|
|Vejledere||Martin Severin Frandsen|
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