Joining Society: Social Interaction and Learning in Adolescence and Youth
Joining Society adresses a timely and crucial topic, the socialization of today's youth, asking precise questions: To what are the young socialized? Which skills, modes of thinking or action are required from them and what are their developmental value? All too often, socialization tends to be viewed within the confines of a particular geographical or cultural situation. The multi-national list of contributors brings an international perspective to the problem of socialization to work aand to adult life, while at the same time emphasizing the common issues that face youth around the world.
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