In the name of of Allah the Merciful

Exploring Ibero-American Youth Cultures in the 21st Century: Creativity, Resistance and Transgression in the City

Ricardo Campos, Jordi Nofre, 9783030835408, 9783030835415, 978-3030835408, 978-3030835415

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Notes on Contributors
List of Figures
Chapter 1: Introduction: Ibero-American Youth in the Twenty-First Century
1.1 Youth in Plural
1.2 Youth Studies: North-South Articulations
1.3 Youth(s) in the Ibero-American World
1.4 Volume Organisation
Part I: Activism, Resistance, and Citizenship
Chapter 2: Youth Protest Culture in Lima (2011–2016)
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Changing the Protest Repertoire
2.3 Cultural Activism and Networks of Solidarity and Rage
2.4 New Assemblages and Politics in the Victory Against Law 30288
Chapter 3: Bandas de Barrio (Neighbourhood Gangs) and Gentrification:  Racialised Youth as an Urban Frontier Against the Elitisation  of Suburban Working-Class Neighbourhoods in Twenty-First-Century Madrid
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Methodology
3.3 Puente De Vallecas in the Urban Neoliberalism Era
3.4 Hard Hand, Soft Hand, and Everything in Between
3.5 When Pacification Is Synonymous with Violence Against Activist and/or Racialised Youth
3.6 Gangs, Organised Crime, Degradation: The Policy of Expulsion  and Its Relationship with Gentrification. The Use and Abuse  of the Concept of Neighbourhood Struggle
3.7 Conclusions: Street Youth Groups as Urban Frontiers Against Gentrification
Chapter 4: Urban Experience, Youth, Gender and Sexuality in a LGBT Family on the Periphery of São Paulo
4.1 The famílias LGBT
4.2 The City, the Body and Their Social Markers of Difference
4.3 Urban Activisms and the Uses of Space as a Generational Marker
4.4 Urban Space, Violence Against LGBTQIA+ Persons and Racialized and Gendered State Terrorism
Chapter 5: The Street as a Youth Recognition Place for Adult-Centric Expulsion
5.1 Introduction: Social Outbreak in Chile
5.2 The Outbreak: Demands, Resistances, and Struggles for Recognition
5.3 Processes of Expulsion from Adult-Centric Institutions: School and Family
5.4 Youth Transgression and Creativity on the Streets
5.4.1 Political Participation by Means of Performativity
5.4.2 Ways of Organization in Youth Groups
5.4.3 Occupation of Public Spaces
5.4.4 Tension Gender and Adult-Centric Discriminations
5.5 Final Thoughts
Chapter 6: Casa Kolacho: Violence, Youth, and Urban Art in the Peripheries of Medellin
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Methodology
6.3 Medellín: Geography (of) Violence and Politics
6.4 Youth in Medellin
6.5 Casa Kolacho: There Are Other Languages Besides Violence
6.6 Final Considerations
Part II: Creativity and Cultural Production
Chapter 7: Survival Arts: Peripheral Urban Cultures in the City of Rio de Janeiro
7.1 Introduction
7.2 Survival and Artistic Creation: Theoretical Framework
7.3 Funk
7.4 Xarpi
7.5 Conclusion: Survival and Hope in Today’s Brazilian Peripheries
Chapter 8: The Black Beat of Lisbon: Sociabilities, Music and Resistances
8.1 Introduction
8.2 African Immigration and Black Territories in Lisbon
8.3 Quinta Do Mocho: From Stigmatisation to Resistance
8.4 The Black Beat and the Struggle for Visibility and Agency
8.5 Final Considerations
Chapter 9: Between the Street and the Gallery: Trajectories of “Pixadores” and Graffiti Writers in Lisbon and São Paulo
9.1 Introduction
9.2 Urban Public Space: Constraints, Resources, and Opportunities
9.3 Lisbon and São Paulo: Epicentres of Graffiti and Pixação
9.3.1 Brief Historical Tour
9.3.2 Graffiti and Pixação as Street Cultures
9.3.3 Navigating Between the Street and the Gallery
9.4 Conclusion
Chapter 10: HEM 26: Youth Representations and Cultural Production Against Stigmatization
10.1 Introduction
10.2 Research Aims and Methodological Description
10.3 Problematizing the Conceptualization of Gangs
10.4 Stigmatization of Young Gang Members and Cultural Productions: HEM 26 in Puebla
10.5 The HEM 26 Gang: Styles and Cultural Productions
10.6 HEM 26 Graffiti
10.7 Music HEM 26
10.8 Final Remarks
Chapter 11: ‘Not Just Holidays in the Sun’: Understanding DIY Cultures in the Global South
11.1 Introduction
11.2 DIY Cultures, Creativity and Global Alternative Culture
11.3 Background and Methodology
11.4 The Out-of-Step Nature of the DIY Ethos in a Portuguese Context
11.5 Death or Glory: DIY as an Imperative of Existence
11.6 Final Remarks
Part III: Leisure, Consumption, and Sociabilities
Chapter 12: When the Zombies Come Marching. Performances in Public  Spaces, Mimetic Pleasures, and Entrepreneurial Youth in Cordoba  (Argentina)
12.1 Presentation
12.2 Methods
12.3 Zombies Everywhere. Fragments of a Zombie Genealogy
12.4 Zombie Walks in Córdoba
12.4.1 Zombies in the Street
12.4.2 Zombie Pleasures
12.4.3 The End of the Zombie Walk
12.5 Conclusions
Chapter 13: K-Popping Urban Space in Santiago de Chile. The Use  of Public Spaces as a Mobile Form Placemaking, Exploring and Subverting  the City
13.1 Introduction
13.2 Public Spaces for Young People
13.3 Space, Place and Mobile Placemaking
13.4 K-Pop Dancing as a Mobile Placemaking Practice in the City of Santiago
13.4.1 The Multiple K-Pop Spaces
13.4.2 Mobile Placemaking
13.4.3 K-Pop as a Technological Space
13.4.4 Bodies as Space
13.4.5 K-Pop as an Affective Space
13.5 Conclusions
Chapter 14: Adolescents in Barcelona: Exploring Places, Exploring Nightlife
14.1 Introduction
14.2 Adolescents, Urban Space and Nightlife
14.3 Methods
14.4 The Neighbourhood: Everyday Space of Trust and Social Networks
14.5 Cinemas, Shopping Centres, Restaurants: Legitimate Places of Leisure
14.6 The Ephemeral Geographies of the Local Festival: Creativity and Transgression in Public Space
14.7 Discussion
14.8 Conclusions
Chapter 15: Epilogue: Youth Street Cultures as We Knew It: A Lost World?
15.1 Images of a Lost World? Youth Cultures, the Street and Political Activism
15.2 Border Spaces and Youth
15.3 Then Suddenly Covid-19 Arrived…