Adolescence in the year 2000
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SourceFutures (London), 8, 3, (1976), pp. 243-253
Article / Letter to editor
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SubjectBehavioural Science Institute
This article is based on the results and conclusions derived from an international colloquium held on the subject of young people in the year 2000. It is mainly policy oriented and reflects what is desired rather than what is predicted. The authors cover the many factors that affect adolescence: modern communications, relative population decline, family size, conflict, equality, and diversity. Other topics included are the family (and its alternatives), socialisation, parental roles, divorce, education, peer relations, work and leisure, and social policy. The initiatives required now are outlined, and the authors identify many areas of importance to policy making where basic data are still lacking.
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