Young people, cultural practice and well-being
Hosted by the Newcastle Youth Studies Network in conjuction with the Consortium for Youth, Generations and Culture, this 90 minute online symposium held on August 27 2020 featured sociologists and public health academics from both Australia's Griffith University and The University of Helsinki. They presented three papers:
- Youth, music-making and well-being during a public health crisis, presented by Andy Bennett, School of Humanities, Languages and Social Science; Ernesta Sofija, School of Medicine – Public Health; Ben Green, Griffith Centre for Social and Cultural Research (Griffith University).
- Troubled derby subjectivities: sport cultures as cure and cause, presented by Adele Pavlidis, ARC DECRA Fellow, Griffith Centre for Social and Cultural Research (Griffith University).
- Lifestyle sports, well-being and ‘doing otherwise’ , presented by Mikko Piispa, Finnish Youth Research Network and University of Helsinki Doctoral School in Humanities and Social Sciences.