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Education and Youth (Hardcover)
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First published in 1987, this book examines the nature of the problems involved with the treatment of youth. It explores the psychology of adolescence and its bearing on schooling; the effects of peer groups and youth culture; the implications for curriculum and method; the need to get relevance and excitement into schools; the importance of young people’s expectations of employment as a result of schooling and the need for adults to treat them seriously; and finally the legislative and policy framework of youth and schooling.