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Title Using literature to help troubled teenagers cope with societal issues / edited by Pamela S. Carroll.
Imprint Westport, Conn. : Greenwood Press, 1999.

Series Greenwood Press "Using literature to help troubled teenagers" series
Greenwood Press "Using literature to help troubled teenagers" series.
Subject Bibliotherapy for teenagers.
Young adult literature -- Study and teaching (Secondary)
Teenagers -- Social conditions.
Alt Name Carroll, Pamela S.
Description 1 online resource (xiii, 259 pages)
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Introduction : the new realities of growing up today / Pamela S. Carroll -- Society's "at risk" teenagers : what it means / Kathryn H. Kelly with Elaine Beaudoin -- Body image and society's impact / M. Linda Broughton and Mae Z. Cleveland -- Society's impact on adolescents and their sexuality / Elizabeth L. Watts and LaShawnda Eggelletion -- Adolescent rape / Gail P. Gregg and Maureen Kenny -- Sports in the life of today's adolescents / Pamela S. Carroll and Steven B. Chandler -- Music and musicians' effects on adolescents / Lawrence Baines, Elizabeth Strehle, and Steven Bell with Josh Murfree -- Ethics in adolescents / Chris Crowe and Mel Olson -- Leaving home : transitions and independence / Connie S. Zitlow with Janet M. Rogers.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 0313007497 (electronic bk.)
9780313007491 (electronic bk.)
0313305269 (alk. paper)
OCLC # 51444547
Additional Format Print version: Using literature to help troubled teenagers cope with societal issues. Westport, Conn. : Greenwood Press, 1999 0313305269 (DLC) 98055348 (OCoLC)40589380

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