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Blur : a new paradigm for understanding youth culture

Author: Jeffrey F Keuss
Publisher: Grand Rapids, Michigan : Zondervan, [2014]
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Dr. Jeff Keuss argues that instead of characterizing youth in fixed cultural groups, we need to take a qualitative approach that recognizes the "blurred" nature of today's mobile youth culture. This  Read more...

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Title: Blur : a new paradigm for understanding youth culture /
Database Name: WorldCat
All Authors / Contributors: Jeffrey F Keuss
ISBN: 9780310514848; 0310514843
Notes: Bibliography: Includes bibliographical references.
Content: Introduction: A tale of two Williams -- Blurring definitions : learning to meet youth where they are -- Blurring culture(s) : accelerated cultures and faith formation through conviction, character, and community -- Blurring faith : from moral therapeutic deism to sacredly mobile faith -- Scripture and blurring faith : seeing youth as Jesus did : a close reading of scripture and Jesus' encounters with youth -- Blurring youth : what the sacredly mobile adolescent, globalization, and social media are showing us about the future -- Blurring the self : biography as theology and Augustine's Confessions as a road map for identity formation in a constantly moving culture -- Blurring texts : direction, release, and integration in literature from Narnia to Twilight to The hunger games -- Blurring images : coming of age in transformative videos and films -- Blurring sound : the rise of the sonic mystic in youth culture -- Postlude: Of burning ships and singing new songs.
Description: 198 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: Introduction: A tale of two Williams -- Blurring definitions : learning to meet youth where they are -- Blurring culture(s) : accelerated cultures and faith formation through conviction, character, and community -- Blurring faith : from moral therapeutic deism to sacredly mobile faith -- Scripture and blurring faith : seeing youth as Jesus did : a close reading of scripture and Jesus' encounters with youth -- Blurring youth : what the sacredly mobile adolescent, globalization, and social media are showing us about the future -- Blurring the self : biography as theology and Augustine's Confessions as a road map for identity formation in a constantly moving culture -- Blurring texts : direction, release, and integration in literature from Narnia to Twilight to The hunger games -- Blurring images : coming of age in transformative videos and films -- Blurring sound : the rise of the sonic mystic in youth culture -- Postlude: Of burning ships and singing new songs.
Responsibility: Jeff Keuss.
Year: 2014
Standard Numbers: LCCN: 2013031742
Class Descriptors: LC Class No.: BV4447; Dewey No.: 259/.23
OCLC No.: 863695099
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