The relational spaces of mentoring with young people ‘at risk’
chapterposted on 2016-05-24, 11:19 authored by Fiona M. Smith, Matej Blazek, Donna Marie Brown, Lorraine van Blerk
What is the political allure, value and currency of emotions within contemporary cultures of governance? What does it mean to govern more humanely? Since the emergence of an emotional turn in human geography over the last decade, the notion that our emotions matter in understanding an array of social practices, spatial formations and aspects of everyday life is no longer seen as controversial. This book brings recent developments in emotional geography into dialogue with social policy concerns and contemporary issues of governance. It sets the intellectual scene for research into the geographical dimensions of the emotionalized states of the citizen, policy maker and public service worker, and highlights new research on the emotional forms of governance which now characterise public life.
- Social Sciences
- Geography and Environment