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YOUTH POLITICS

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as well as those that the youth themselves have used as a basis of political mobilisation on their own terms and in their own ways. This report also deals with the dynamics of youth politics to make the argument that it is far more behavioural than ideological. Investigated in the process, are the implications that youth politics carries for the personal lives of those who engage in it, as well as its consequences for wider society and for the overall politics of the state.

Kumar, M.2015 Oct 15. Youth development in India: does poverty matter?
Retrieved from: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4628033/This paper explores the differentials in youth development patterns determined by the economic condition of the household in India. The wealth index is used to glean youth development differentials in the different economic categories of the household. The findings suggest that youth from the bottom 20 per cent (poorest) of households are deprived in education, employment, labour force and are not working currently compared to youth from the middle and rich households. The states differ in youth development patterns (employment, appropriate education, skill development and awareness about health). There are more working youth among poor households than among rich households in India. Female youth are more disadvantaged compared to male youth and it is the same with the rural–urban distribution of youth. This paper concludes that the various economic categories/wealth index (poorest, poorer, middle, richer and richest) directly determine the pattern of youth development in India.

as well as those that the youth themselves have used as a basis of political mobilisation on their own terms and in their own ways. This report also deals with the dynamics of youth politics to make the argument that it is far more behavioural than ideological. Investigated in the process, are the implications that youth politics carries for the personal lives of those who engage in it, as well as its consequences for wider society and for the overall politics of the state