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Marc Grimm, Dipl. Pol., is an academic researcher at the Centre for Prevention and Intervention in Childhood and Adolescence (CPI) at Bielefeld University. Ullrich Bauer is a professor at Bielefeld University, Germany, where he also heads the Department of Socialization Research and the CPI. Baris Ertugrul, B.A., is an assistant at the Centre for Prevention and Intervention in Childhood and Adolescence (CPI) at Bielefeld University.
Part 1. Introduction.- Chapter 1. Challenges and Tasks of a Child-oriented Crisis Research (Marc Grimm).- Part 2. Impacts of Crises.- Chapter 2. Insecure Right from the Start? Socialization Effects of Self-perceived Job Insecurity (Christina Lubke).- Chapter 3. Reviewing the Literature of Child Well-being in the Context of the Economic Crisis from a Non-monetary Perspective (Almudena Moren Minguez).- Chapter 4. On the Extremes: Poverty of Young Households in Greece and Germany (Brigitte Schels).- Chapter 5. A Case Study of a Greek Family in Crisis (Nikos Panayotopoulos).- Part 3. Policy Responses and Public Discourses on Crises.- Chapter 6. Transformation of Welfare Policy for Children and Adolescents in Post-crisis Austria (Roland Atzmuller).- Chapter 7. The German Child Poverty Discourse and its Rhetorics of Crisis (Maksim Hubenthal).- Chapter 8. The Discourse on Appropriate State Responses on the Impact of Economic Crisis on the Living Conditions of Children (Alexandra Kaasch).- Chapter 9. Policies of Crises in the EU Youth Field. How Political Discourses and Agendas Reshape the Concept of Youth (Andreas Heinen).- Part 4. Subjective Processing of Crises.- Chapter 10. Immigrant Children in Switzerland During their Transition to Adulthood in Times of Crises: Lives Caught between Meritocratic Promise and Experiences of Inequality and Insecurity (Eva Mey).- Chapter 11. Coping Strategies and Capabilities of Migrant Adolescents in Everyday Life Results of a Health-Ethnographic Project (Uwe H. Bittlingmayer).- Chapter 12. "And then it got Really Hard". Innovative Approaches to Crises Research that Focus Individual Suffering in Times of Crisis (Franz Schultheis).