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Journal of Research on Adolescence

2002 Volume 12, Number 1

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 4

  1. Globalization, Societal Change, and New Technologies: What They Mean for the Future of Adolescence

    Reed W. Larson

    Reviews methods used by futurists and how these methods are applicable to adolescence. Provides an overview of some of the macro-changes shaping the societies in which future adolescents will live,... More

    pp. 1-30

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  2. Adolescent Health and Well-Being in the Twenty-First Century: A Global Perspective

    Kathleen Thiede Call, Aylin Altan Riedel, Karen Hein, Vonnie McLoyd, Anne Petersen & Michele Kipke

    Examines the current health and well-being of adolescents around the world. Considers the implications for adolescent health and well-being in the twenty-first century of societal trends, including... More

    pp. 69-98

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  3. Youth Civic Engagement in the Twenty-First Century

    James Youniss, Susan Bales, Verona Christman-Best, Marcelo Diversi, Milbrey McLaughlin & Rainer Silbereisen

    Describes results of discussions among social scientists reflecting on issues and opportunities related to youth civic engagement in the twenty-first century. Identifies specific forces, such as... More

    pp. 121-48

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  4. Conclusions: Adolescents' Preparation for the Future

    Reed W. Larson, Suzanne Wilson & Jeylan T. Mortimer

    Delineates observations about the experiences of youth and how well they are being prepared for adulthood in the twenty-first century in the following areas: adolescent life stage; family; peer... More

    pp. 159-66

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