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SBE 2020: Submission Detail

ID Number: 167
Title: The Empathetic Youth Culture: Political Socialization, Value Affiliation and Transnational Identity
Lead Author: Habashi, Janette
Abstract: The empathetic youth culture is a force of international transformation and provides diverse opportunities for different manifestations of political realities. This multifaceted proposal focuses on studying the patterns of youth interactions among constructs of political socialization, value affiliation and transnational identity across borders. The empathetic youth culture is not confined to territorial and tribal boundaries. Youth have the capacity to detribalize, foster global belonging and support a common human narrative. Youths innovative spirit develops unconventional means to transmit empathetic messages and values, which are present within the interactions of these constructs. This proposed research opportunity enables international scholars from diverse disciplines to study youth as a unified population. This approach will change the foundation of education, government, economic and social practices.
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