Individualization in Childhood and Adolescence

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Georg Neubauer, Klaus Hurrelmann
Walter de Gruyter, Jan 1, 1995 - Social Science - 348 pages
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Contents

The Role of Individualization Theory in Adolescent Socialization
15
Childhood Between Individualization and Institutionalization
37
The Syndrome of RightWing Extremism Among
93
Are Girls Less Political Than Boys? Research Strategies
117
Individualized Life Plans and Concepts
131
Part 4
174
Human Capital Theory and the Individualization Theorem
223
Individualization and Youth Fashions
249
Sport and Social Integration During Adolescence
281
Individualization Processes in the Media Society
305
Dieter Baacke Uwe Sander and Ralf Vollbrecht review the debates on the
313
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KLAUS HURRELMANN is Professor of Sociology and Health Sciences, Director of the Research Center for Prevention and Intervention, and Dean of the School of Public Health at the University of Bielefeld.

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