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Document Type:BL
Record Number:105151
Doc. No:b62697
Main Entry:Crosnoe, Robert.
Title & Author:Fitting in, standing out :navigating the social challenges of high school to get an education /Robert Crosnoe.
Publication Statement:Cambridge ;New York :Cambridge University Press,2011.
Page. NO:x, 267 p. :ill. ;24 cm.
ISBN:9781107005020
1107005027
9780521182034 (pbk.)
0521182034 (pbk.)
Bibliographies/Indexes:Includes bibliographical references and index.
Abstract:"In American high schools, teenagers must navigate complex youth cultures that often prize being "real" while punishing difference. Adults may view such social turbulence as a timeless, ultimately harmless rite of passage, but changes in American society are intensifying this rite and allowing its effects to cascade into adulthood. Integrating national statistics with interviews and observations from a single school, this book explores this phenomenon. It makes the case that recent macro-level trends, such as economic restructuring and technological change, mean that the social dynamics of high school can disrupt educational trajectories after high school; it looks at teenagers who do not fit in socially at school, including many who are obese or gay, to illustrate this phenomenon; and it crafts recommendations for parents, teachers, and policymakers about how to protect teenagers in trouble. The end result is a story of adolescence that hits home with anyone who remembers high school"--Provided by publisher.
Subject:High school student orientation.
Subject:Teenagers, Life skills guides.
Subject:Teenagers-- Education.
Subject:Adolescence.
Subject:Social influence.
Subject:High school students-- Social life and customs-- 21st century.
Dewey Classification:‭305.2350973/090511‬
LC Classification:‭HQ796‬‭.C87 2011‬