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Written in plain, no-nonsense language, the entries provide an overview of teenage development and its unique pleasures and problems, from medical and physical to social and psychological. Coverage—tailored to reflect the cultural diversity of America’s young people—includes social relationships (with peers, siblings, parents and other family members, teachers, and other authority figures)…institutional influences (schools, community organizations, religious groups, the workplace)…interests and activities (from computer hacking to sports to the lure of the media).
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