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- How do you see your body? // Current Health 1;Sep98, Vol. 22 Issue 1, p6
Discusses how teenagers value their good looks. Implications of the pressure to `look good'; How to feel good about oneself.
- Maps on my past: Race, space, and place in the life stories of Washington D.C. area teenagers. Ostroff, Susan // Oral History Review;Winter96, Vol. 22 Issue 2, p35
Focuses on the life of teenagers in Washington, D.C. Identity questions; Character of the city; Concept of cognitive or mental mapping; Crossroads experienced by teenagers between childhood and adulthood; Concern about teen apathy and geographic illiteracy; Distributed photocopied collection...
- `Teenmood'. // Youth Studies Australia;Dec1996, Vol. 15 Issue 4, p3
Highlights `Teenmood,' a report on the global teenager market. Interviews with more than 10,000 teenagers in 20 countries; Teenagers' views on life.
- Youth Allowance proposed. // Youth Studies Australia;Dec1996, Vol. 15 Issue 4, p9
Reports that Australia's federal budget allocated plans for developing a standard allowance to combine Austudy, Abstudy and unemployment benefits as the core of the government's youth program.
- Out now. // Youth Studies Australia;Dec1996, Vol. 15 Issue 4, p52
Features several publications and resources about teenagers. Includes `Connect: Supporting Student Participating'; `Emotional Milestones: From Birth to Adulthood, a Psychodynamic Approach,' by R.S. Neven; `Making Peace at Mayfield: A Whole School Approach to Behavior Management,' by C. Breheney,...
- Rite of passage. Dale, Matthew // American Forests;Mar/Apr94, Vol. 100 Issue 3/4, p8
Relates a teenager's experience with traversing a high wire between two trees. Problem with heights; Nervousness when it came to his turn; Traversing between two little wires 50 feet up in the middle of the forest; Slipping and falling; Reaching the ground.
- China. Huang Yong; McCahill, Tim // Junior Scholastic;02/08/99, Vol. 101 Issue 12, p6
Reports how changes in government leadership and economic reform have improved the lives of teenagers in China.
- Â¡VIVA! MÃ‰XICO. McCabe, Suzanne // Junior Scholastic;9/6/2004, Vol. 107 Issue 1, p10
Focuses on three Mexican teens.
- VIVA MÃ‰XICO? Sandoval, Ricardo // Junior Scholastic;10/2/2006, Vol. 109 Issue 3, p12
The article presents views of Mexican teenagers on the country's economy and politics.