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Adolescents' Worlds: Negotiating Family, Peers, and School

by Patricia Phelan, Ann L. Davidson, Hanh C. Yu, Ann Locke Davidson, Hanh Cao Yu

Publisher: Teachers College Press
Pages: 240
Paperback
ISBN: 9780807736814






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Overview of Adolescents' Worlds: Negotiating Family, Peers, and School

Adolescents' Worlds is for educators, psychologists, sociologists, social workers and nursing professionals, and anyone seeking to understand and work with adolescents.

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Adolescents' Worlds is for educators, psychologists, sociologists, social workers and nursing professionals, and anyone seeking to understand and work with adolescents.

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Presents seven very detailed case studies of young people as they struggle with the boundaries between their school, social, and personal lives. Students come from various backgrounds, including white middle class and ethnic immigrant families, and their lives illustrate smooth and rocky transitions between community, culture, and school worlds. Includes many excerpts from student papers and interviews and class discussions. Of interest to educators, psychologists, and sociologists. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.

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Presents seven very detailed case studies of young people as they struggle with the boundaries between their school, social, and personal lives. Students come from various backgrounds, including white middle class and ethnic immigrant families, and their lives illustrate smooth and rocky transitions between community, culture, and school worlds. Includes many excerpts from student papers and interviews and class discussions. Of interest to educators, psychologists, and sociologists. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.

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