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Title Individualization in childhood and adolescence / edited by Georg Neubauer and Klaus Hurrelmann
Published Berlin ; New York : Walter de Gruyter, 1995
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Description 1 online resource (vi, 348 pages) : illustrations
Series Prevention and intervention in childhood and adolescence ; 15
Prevention and intervention in childhood and adolescence ; 15
Contents Introduction: Comments on the Individualization Theorem / Georg Neubauer and Klaus Hurrelmann -- 1. The Role of Individualization Theory in Adolescent Socialization / Wilhelm Heitmeyer and Thomas Olk -- 2. Childhood Between Individualization and Institutionalization / Heinz Sunker -- 3. Health Impairments in Adolescence: The Biopsychosocial "Costs" of Modern Life-Style / Klaus Hurrelmann and Jennifer L. Maggs -- 4. Youth and Politics: Destabilization of Political Orientations / Wilhelm Heitmeyer, Kurt Moller and Gertrud Siller -- 5. The Syndrome of Right-Wing Extremism Among School Children -- An East-West Comparison / Wolfgang Melzer -- 6. Are Girls Less Political Than Boys? Research Strategies and Concepts for Gender Studies on 9 to 12-Years-Olds / Juliane Jacobi -- 7. Individualized Life Plans and Concepts of Partnership During Adolescence / George Neubauer
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Notes Print version record
Subject Adolescent psychology -- Germany.
Child psychology -- Germany.
Children -- Germany -- Social conditions.
Individuality -- Germany.
Teenagers -- Germany -- Social conditions.
Psychology, Adolescent.
Psychology, Child.
Social Change.
Social Conditions.
Form Electronic book
Author Hurrelmann, Klaus.
Neubauer, Georg, 1950-
ISBN 3110811006 (electronic bk.)
9783110811001 (electronic bk.)