Dancing to perdition: Adolescence and leisure in interwar English Canada

Comacchio, Cynthia
September 1997
Journal of Canadian Studies;Fall97, Vol. 32 Issue 3, p5
Academic Journal
Focuses on the formulation of modern adolescence during the interwar period, through the proposed regulation on youthful pastimes. Focus of public discourses of the nineteenth century English-Canadian media; Comparison of adolescents in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries; Definition of adolescence; Concerns associated with protecting adolescents.


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