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Boampong, Michael (2021). ‘Everywhere feels like home’: transnational neoliberal subjects negotiating the future. In: Horton, John; Pimlott-Wilson, Helena and Hall, Sarah Marie eds. Growing Up and Getting By: International Perspectives on Childhood and Youth in Hard Times. Bristol: Policy Press, pp. 115–135.

Boampong, Michael (2019). Transnational practices and children’s local lives in times of economic crisis. In: Von Benzon, Nadia and Wilkinson, Catherine eds. Intersectionality and Difference in Childhood and Youth : Global Perspectives. London: Routledge, pp. 198–212.

Boampong, Michael (2019). Ghana. In: Wells, Karen ed. Teen Lives around the World: A Global Encyclopedia, Volume 1. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO, pp. 163–173.

Fensham-Smith, Amber (2021). Alternative Education: The Rise in Elective Home Education: Issues Related to Recognition, Collaboration and Successful Partnerships. In: Wearmouth, Janice and Lindley, Karen eds. Bringing the Curriculum to Life: Engaging Learners in the English Education System. London: Open University Press, McGraw Hill, pp. 43–62.

Gunter, Anthony (2016). From bad to worse? Marginalised youth and ‘Road life’ (mis)representations and realities. In: Blackman, Shane and Kempson, Michelle eds. The Subcultural Imagination: Theory, Research and Reflexivity in Youth Cultures. Youth, Young Adulthood and Society. London, UK: Routledge, pp. 46–62.

Gunter, Anthony (2017). Youth Transitions and Legacies in an East London Olympic Host Borough. In: Cohen, Phil and Watt, Paul eds. London 2012 and the Post-Olympics City: A Hollow Legacy? London, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 287–309.

Singh, Jaspal (2022). Transcultural decoloniality, global hip hop and reflexive narrative analysis. In: Solange, Maria Barros and Resende, Viviane eds. Coloniality in Discourse: A Radical Critique. London: Routledge, pp. 136–154.

Wearmouth, Janice and Fensham-Smith, Amber (2021). Introduction. In: Wearmouth, Janice and Lindley, Karen eds. Bringing the Curriculum to Life: Engaging Learners in the English Education System. London: Open University Press McGraw Hill, pp. 1–9.

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Gunter, Anthony (2008). Growing up bad: Black youth, ‘road’ culture and badness in an East London neighbourhood. Crime, Media, Culture: An International Journal, 4(3) pp. 349–366.

Gunter, Anthony (2003). The Trouble with Black (Male) Youth. Criminal Justice Matters, 54(1) pp. 22–23.

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Boampong, Michael (2021). Overview of Youth Development in Ghana. Commonwealth Secretariat, London, UK.

Fensham-Smith, Amber (2020). Towards co-operative working in alternative education. The Freedom to Learn Project, Phoenix Education Trust.

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