02155cam a2200457 i 4500001001300000003000600013005001700019008004100036010001700077035002000094040009200114019001400206020004700220020004400267035003900311042000800350050002300358082001800381049000900399100003000408245006300438264003800501264001100539300004400550336002600594337002800620338002700648490005200675504005100727505052400778590001101302590003401313650004001347650003501387650003401422650002501456650003601481830005301517994001201570999011501582ocn953867133OCoLC20170427030209.0160711t20172017nyua b 001 0 eng  a 2016030699 a(Sirsi) a199537 aDLCbengerdacDLCdOCLCOdOCLCQdOCLCFdOCLCOdYDXCPdBTCTAdBDXdYDXdISBdOCLCOdNVS a919480778 a9781138923812qhardcover ;qalkaline paper a1138923818qhardcover ;qalkaline paper a(OCoLC)953867133z(OCoLC)919480778 apcc00aBL65.C8bH385 201700a201/.6791223 aNVSS1 aHarris, Anne M.,eauthor.10aCreativity, religion and youth cultures /cAnne M. Harris. 1aNew York, NY :bRoutledge,c2017. 4c©2017 axvi, 237 pagesbillustrations ;c24 cm. atextbtxt2rdacontent aunmediatedbn2rdamedia avolumebnc2rdacarrier1 aRoutledge advances in critical diversities ;v2 aIncludes bibliographical references and index.0 aPreface to creativity, religion and youth cultures / Anita Harris -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction: about this book -- Samoan mediascapes and faith-as-performance -- Education and the creative imaginary -- God culture and the capacity to in/aspire -- Semblance and praisesong -- Religion, art and a south Sudanese post-national imaginary -- Imagining new individualities / New Collectivities -- The art of gender in south Sudanese mediated diasporas -- Meaning and "madolescence" -- Conclusion -- References -- Index. zStacks aamazon 5/10/17 100.30 ftu LNS 0aReligion and culturevCase studies. 0aPerforming artsvCase studies. 0aGroup identityvCase studies. 0aYouthvCase studies. 0aCreative abilityvCase studies. 0aRoutledge advances in critical diversities ;v2. aC0bNVS aBL65 .C8 H385 2017wLCc1iB002992295d5/24/2017e5/3/2017f7/12/2017g1lSTACKS2mMAINrYsNtBOOKu4/12/2017