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Childhood and adolescence in society : selections from CQ Researcher.

Contributor(s): Congressional Quarterly, inc
Call number: HQ767.9 C4453 2012 Material type: TextTextSeries: Global issues: Publisher: Thousand Oaks, Calif. : SAGE, c2012Description: xiv, 315 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9781412994347 (pbk.) ; 1412994349 (pbk.)Subject(s): Children and violence | Child soldiers | Bullying | Child welfare | Adolescence | Teenagers -- Social conditions | Teenage pregnancy | Child developmentDDC classification: 362.70973
Contents:
Global issues -- Rescuing children : is the global community doing enough? -- Child soldiers : are more aggressive efforts needed to protect children? -- Violence and bullying -- Youth violence : are "get tough" policies the best approach? -- Cyberbullying : are new laws needed to curb online aggression? -- Domestic violence : do teenagers need more protection? -- Bullying : are schools doing enough to stop the problem? -- Child and adolescent rights -- Student rights : have courts gone too far or not far enough? -- Juvenile justice : are sentencing policies too harsh? -- Child welfare reform : will recent changes make at-risk children safer? -- Social issues -- Teen pregnancy : does comprehensive sex-education reduce pregnancies? -- Teen spending : are teenagers learning to manage money wisely? -- Teen driving : should states impose tougher restrictions? -- Youth suicide : should government fund more prevention programs?
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Global issues -- Rescuing children : is the global community doing enough? -- Child soldiers : are more aggressive efforts needed to protect children? -- Violence and bullying -- Youth violence : are "get tough" policies the best approach? -- Cyberbullying : are new laws needed to curb online aggression? -- Domestic violence : do teenagers need more protection? -- Bullying : are schools doing enough to stop the problem? -- Child and adolescent rights -- Student rights : have courts gone too far or not far enough? -- Juvenile justice : are sentencing policies too harsh? -- Child welfare reform : will recent changes make at-risk children safer? -- Social issues -- Teen pregnancy : does comprehensive sex-education reduce pregnancies? -- Teen spending : are teenagers learning to manage money wisely? -- Teen driving : should states impose tougher restrictions? -- Youth suicide : should government fund more prevention programs?

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