By Roger J. R. Levesque
Univ. of Indiana, Indianapolis. Examines the truth of adolescent lifestyles in the course of the lens of sexuality. Discusses the social and felony background of formative years within the united states, criminal precedents within the rules of adolescent sexuality, universal components of criminal keep an eye on, and the author's thought for social and criminal reforms.
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ADOLESCENTS, SEX, AND THE LAW Social Value of Children (New York: Free Press, 1985). Throughout much of the early American history of childhood and the social construction of the adolescent period, not much remains known or written about how children’s slaves experienced adolescence; for an important analysis comparing Black children’s experiences with other groups, see Priscilla Ferguson Clement, Growing Pains: Children in the Industrial Age, 1850-1890 (New York: Twayne, 1997). The movement toward innocence and reduced economic worth of children was supported and channeled by professional organizations, especially health professionals who championed their fields of expertise and labor unions ready to assist and protect adult laborers’ interests.
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Adolescents, Sex, and the Law: Preparing Adolescents for Responsible Citizenship by Roger J. R. Levesque