Description - Precarious Youth in Contemporary Graphic Narratives: Young Lives in Crisis by María Porras Sánchez
- This volume explores comics as examples of moral outrage in the face of a reality in which precariousness has become an inherent part of young lives
- Given the rising interest in the topic of precarity, this book makes for an exciting contribution to literature on precarity through its exploration of comics
- The chapters devote attention to the expression and representation of precarious subjectivities, as well as to the economic and professional precarity that characterizes comics creation and production
- An international team of authors, young and senior, systematically examine the representation of precarious youth in graphic fiction and autobiographic comics, superheroes and precarity, market issues and spaces of activism and vulnerability
- The book offers a global perspective and comprehensive coverage of different aspects of a complex and multifaceted field of knowledge, with a special attention to minorities and liminal subjects
- This timely and interdisciplinary volume will appeal to comics scholars and researchers in the areas of media and cultural studies, modern languages, education, art and design, communication studies, sociology, medical humanities and more
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