Beyond Silenced Voices: Class, Race, and Gender in United States Schools

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Index
AIDS, 77, 91

AIDS/HIV, 215-16 education, 98 issues, 205

Ability groups. See Tracking
Abortion, 85-6, 88, 90, 92-3

referrals, 95, 98

teen, 97

Abortionists, 257
Abstinence, 77-8
Abuse, 77

alcohol, 220, 322

child, 261

Academe

and minority students, 313 and sexual antagonism, 340

Indian student perception of, 309

status of women in, 339

See also Academia

Academia, 9
Academic failure, 197
Accommodation, 228
Achievement, 326, 332
Adolescence, 154, 158-9, 162-5, 168

and home/family life, 246

and identity formation, 220

and masculinity, 249

and rituals, 315, 318

and wage labor, 246

of Native American student, 310

Adolescents, 266, 291

and choice of rituals, 318

and diverse sexual behaviors, 220

and romance fiction, 174

and sense of identity, 268

and sexuality education, 216

and suicide, 225

female, 81, 144, 149, 206

heterosexual, 221

homosexual, 221

Latina, 81

See also Boys; Girls; Youth

Adoption, 85-6
Adulthood, 319
Adults, 151, 338
Affirmative action, 9, 251, 258

court-mandated, 180

for whites, 23

guidelines, 12, 15, 23

in higher education, 11, 14

policies, 22

African American

community, 341

dropouts, 291

faculty, 9

females, 247, 256

female legal scholar, 9

graduate students, 16-21, 119

literature, 219

males, 256

parents, 138

postsecondary students, 312

scholars, 15

-413-

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