Coping with Parents Who Are Activists

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The Rosen Publishing Group, 1992 - Family & Relationships - 115 pages
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These Coping books will help your middle school and high school students cope with personal and social issues they encounter every day.

 

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Contents

Positive Feelings
21
The Pressure to Conform
36
Successful and Unsuccessful Coping
49
Successful Coping Strategies
69
Overview of Types of Activism
81
The Gay Activist
85
The Activist Against Racism
98
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