The Adolescent: Development, Relationships, and Culture
"The Adolescent: Development, Relationships, and""Culture" offers an eclectic, interdisciplinary approach to the study of adolescence, presenting both psychological and sociological viewpoints as well as educational, demographic, and economic data. This text discusses not just one theory on the subject, but many, and outlines the contributions, strengths, and weaknesses of each. The authors also take into consideration current and important topics such as ethnic identity formation, gender issues, the Internet, and the effects of single-parent families. The twelfth edition offers a vibrant treatment of the adolescent that offers current scholarship, as well as an understanding of what it means to be an adolescent today. New To This Edition!
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Approaches to Studying Adolescents
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ADOLESCENTS IN THEORETICAL CONTEXT
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