Growing Up with Unemployment: A Longitudinal Study of Its Psychological Impact

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Adolescence and Society
Series editor: John C. Coleman The Trust for the Study of AdolescenceThe general aim of the series is to make accessible to a wide readership the growing evidence relating to adolescent development. Much of this material is published in relatively inaccessible professional journals, and the goals of the books in this series will be to summarise, review, and place in context current work in the field so as to interest and engage both an undergraduate and professional audience. The intention of the authors is to raise the profile of adolescent studies among professionals and in institutes of higher education. By publishing relatively short, readable books on interesting topics to do with youth and society, the series will make people more aware of the relevance of the subject of adolescence to a wide range of social concerns. The books will not put forward any one theoretical viewpoint. The authors will outline the most prominent theories in the field, and will include a balanced and critical assessment of each of these. Whilst some of the books may have a clinical or applied slant, the majority will concentrate on normal development. The readership will rest primarily in two major areas: the undergraduate market, particularly in the fields of psychology, sociology and education; and the professional training market, with particular emphasis on social work, clinical and educational psychology, counselling, youth work, nursing and teacher training. Also available in this series
Identity in Adolescence

Jane Kroger

The Nature of Adolescence (second edition)

John C. Coleman and Leo Hendry

The Adolescent in the Family

Patricia Noller and Victor Callan

Young People's Understanding of Society

Adrian Furnham and Barrie Stacey

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