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Kennelly, J. (forthcoming). Burnt by Democracy: Youth, Inequality and the Erosion of Civic Life. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
Kennelly, J. (2016). Olympic exclusions: youth, poverty, and social legacies. New York: Routledge. (view abstract and info here)
Kennelly, J. (2011). Citizen youth: culture, activism, and agency in a neoliberal era. New York: Palgrave MacMillan. (view excerpts here)
Dillabough, J. and J. Kennelly. (2010) Lost youth in the global city: class, culture, and the urban imaginary. New York: Routledge. (view excerpts here)
S. Poyntz and J. Kennelly (Eds) (2015). Phenomenology of youth culture and globalization: Lifeworlds and surplus meanings in changing times. New York: Routledge. (view abstract and info here).
Kennelly, J. (forthcoming, 2022). Policing the young and the poor in Olympic neighbourhoods: The security legacy in Stratford, London (Olympics 2012). In D. Silva & L. Kennedy (Eds). Sports, Power, and Crime: Toward a Critical Criminology of Sport. Vancouver: UBC Press.
Russell, C., T. Sarick and J. Kennelly. (2021). Queering Environmental Education Redux. In Russell, J. (Ed), Queer Ecopedagogies: Explorations in Nature, Sexuality, and Education. Switzerland: Springer Nature, pp. 19-35.
Kennelly, J. (2018). Troubling PAR: Institutional constraints, neoliberal individualism, and the limits of social change in participatory action research with homeless youth. In K. Gallagher (Ed), The Methodological Dilemma Revisited: Creative, Critical, and Collaborative Approaches to Qualitative Research for a New Era. New York and London: Routledge, pp. (Pre-press copy)
Kennelly, J., V. Stam and L. Schick (2018). ‘Breaking with inside experience’: navigating practical and scholarly knowledge in research with young people. In. X. Chen, R. Raby and P. Albanese (Eds), The Sociology of Childhood and Youth in Canada. Canadian Scholars Press, pp. 106-124.
Kennelly, J., V. Stam and L. Schick (2017). ‘Breaking with inside experience’: dilemmas in negotiating practical knowledge and scholarly knowledge in research with young people.In L. Tepperman and P. Albanese, Reading Sociology:Canadian Perspectives (Third edition). Don Mills: Oxford University Press, pp 7-10.
Kennelly, J. (2017). Chapter 6: Intersectionality, Citizenship, and Activism. Chapter for textbook otherwise authored by Janet Siltanen and Andrea Doucet. Gender Relations in Canada: Intersectionalities and Social Change (2nd edition). Oxford University Press, pp 157-185. (Pre-press copy)
Kennelly, J. and S. Poyntz (2015). Introduction: Phenomenology of youth cultures and globalization. In S. Poyntz and J. Kennelly (Eds). Phenomenology of youth cultures and globalization: Lifeworlds and surplus meanings in changing times. New York: Routledge, pp 1-22.
Kennelly, J. (2015). Promoting ‘civility’, excluding the poor (Vancouver 2010). In V. Bajc (Ed). Surveilling and Securing the Olympics: From Tokyo 1964 to London 2012 and beyond. New York: PalgraveMacMillan, pp 344-358. (Pre-press copy)
Watt, P. and J. Kennelly (2012). Seeing Stratford and the 2012 Olympics through the eyes of homeless young people. In H. Powell and I. Marrerro-Huillamon (Eds), The Art of Dissent: Adventures in London’s Olympic State. London: Marshgate Press, pp. 281-283. (30% contribution)
Kennelly, J. (2011). Red zones, empty alleys, and giant TVs: low-income youths’ spatial account of Olympic host cities. In L. Tepperman and A. Kalyta (Eds), Reading Sociology: Canadian Perspectives (second edition). Don Mills: Oxford University Press, pp 214-218.
Dillabough, J., J. Kennelly, and E. Wang (2008). Spatial containment in the urban inner city: youth subcultures and geographies of exclusion. In L. Weis (Ed), The Way Class Works. New York: Routledge, pp 329-346. (30% contribution)
Russell, C., T. Sarick, and J. Kennelly (2008). Queering environmental education. In D. Selby & J. Gray-Donald (Eds.), Green Frontiers: Environmental Educators Dancing Away from Mechanism. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers, pp 142-152. (20% contribution)
Dillabough, J., J. Kennelly, and E. Wang (2007). Warehousing young people in urban Canadian schools: gender, peer rivalry, and spatial containment. In K. N. Gulson and C. Symes (Eds), Spatial theories in education: policy and geography matters. New York:Routledge, pp 131-154. (30% contribution).