America's Teenagers--Myths and Realities: Media Images, Schooling, and the Social Costs of Careless Indifference

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Author Index
Note: Boldface page numbers contain full bibliographic descriptions ofworks cited. The number in parentheses is the multiple frequency of the author's name on the preceding page number.
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AAHPERD (American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance), 184, 190, 191
AARP: The Magazine, 163, 186
Abbott, R., 273, 290
Acebo, C., 174, 189(3),263, 288
ACT (American College Testing, Inc.), Web sites, 223, 254
Adair, J. K., 181, 191
Adams, G. R., 272, 290
Alaimo, C. A., 105, 119
Alali, O. A., 94, 116
Alan Guttmacher Institute Study Team, 92, 116
Albert, B., 91, 92, 111, 114, 116, 120
Alexander, N., 228, 255
AlterNet (magazine), 264, 289
Altman, L. K., 91, 114
Alvaro, E. M., 138, 142, 157,269, 289
American Academy of Pediatrics, 169, 188
American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance (AAHPERD), 184, 190, 191
American Civil Liberties Union, 55, 56, 83,84
American College Testing, Inc. (ACT), Web sites, 223, 254
American Psychological Association, 105, 119
American Youth Policy Forum, xii, xiv-xv
Amrein, A. L., 229, 256
Amundson, D. R., 5, 26,30, 51
Anderson, C. A., 40, 44, 53(5),81, 90
Angier, N., 83, 90
Annie E. Casey Foundation, 97(2),98, 99, 101, 117(2), 118(2),240, 257
Arizona Daily Star, x, xiv,65, 68, 70, 75, 85, 86, 87, 88,231, 252, 256, 259,274, 290
editorials, 178, 179, 191(3),219, 222, 252,253
Arnett, J. J., 4, 25
Aronson, J., 239, 257
Associated Press, 45,63, 71, 85, 87,96, 105, 117, 119,137, 152, 157, 159,168, 169, 188(2), 261, 281, 286, 287, 291
Astor, R. A., 57, 84
Austin, J., 56, 84
Avery, C., 249, 258

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