Culture is in everything and everywhere where humanity exists and is involved. It defines and governs human interactions and is a key determinant in the realisation of relational outcomes. In spite of it being at the centre of all human engagement, culture remains a difficult and at times contentious entity to conceptualise and a difficult construct to explore. The etymological elusivity of the term arises from the myriad ways in which the term continues to be conceptualised and defined across disciplines. This book, Culture, Urban Youth and Science Education defines and conceptualises culture in a way that deepens understanding and increases its utility. The emergent understanding of culture established in this book is used in exploring the nature of Urban Youth Culture in education in general and science education in particular. Exploration of Urban Youth Culture and its intersection with education is done in a fresh and viable way for students of education, practitioners, researchers and any reader interested in understanding urban youth as an important social group and an important stakeholder in society as well as key participants in the science classroom.