Youth and Society: Exploring the Social Dynamics of Youth Experience is the 2011 Canadian edition of this sociology of youth textbook designed as a core text for second and third year university course. This 374-page text provides comprehensive overview of key topics in the sociology of youth and examines cutting-edge issues confronting youth, youth researchers, and policy makers today such as youth and social change; class inequality; gender and sexuality; education; youth employment; social identity; youth and technology; and health and well-being. The book integrates Canadian data and examples throughout with fully redesigned chapters that address topics such as Aboriginal youth and youth justice, the text offers a Canadian context while maintaining a global perspective. Chapter 5 discusses Aboriginal Youth and Social Identity and covers Constructing the Indigenous Other, Indian Act, Dynamics of Indigenous Identity, Deviance, Work, Education, and Beyond Youth at Risk: A Maori Example. The volume contains learning objectives; chapter introductions; thematic boxes; marginal notes; key terms bolded at first use; chapter summaries; questions for further exploration; recommended films, readings, and websites; and an end-of-text glossary.