1. Critically analyse the relationship between discourses of ‘risk’ and ‘transitions’ in young people’s lives. 2. Is the notion of ‘subculture’ still a useful concept with which to analyse contemporary youth cultural practices? 3. How does cultural capital mediate ‘choice’ for young people in today’s world? 4. How can we best understand the ‘reflexive narrative of the self’ in relation to contemporary youth transitions? 5. Critically analyse the connection between youth, risk and the notion of ‘governmentality’. 6. What do critics mean when they argue that we need to rethink and redefine the very definition of ‘adulthood’? 7. Critically analyse the usefulness of the notion of ‘generation’ for understanding social relations. 8. How can critically analysing terms such as ’hipster’ and ‘bogan’ help us understand contemporary inequalities in youth culture? 9. How can the notion of ‘illusio’ help us understand the ways young people invest themselves in some fields, but not others? 10. Critically analyse the notion of ‘prosumption’ for understand digital cultures. 11. How can the notion of ‘affect’ help for understanding the nexus between gender and the body? 12. How can the notion of subjectivity help understand the experience of youth homelessness? 13. How does the concept of immaterial labour help understand how value is created in the post-Fordist economy? 14. Should punk be considered an art of resistance or an art of existence? 15. How can the notion of ‘postfeminist culture’ help understand gendered online interactions? 16. Critically analyse the role humour plays in forms of youth culture.