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Title Children and youth speak for themselves. Volume 13 [electronic resource] / edited by Heather Beth Johnson.

Imprint Bingley : Emerald, 2010.

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Edition 1st ed.
Description 1 online resource (xv, 453 pages) : illustrations.
Series Sociological studies of children and youth ; v. 13
Sociological studies of children and youth ; v. 13.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Scholars giving voice so that children and youth can speak for themselves: an introduction to this special volume -- "They don't wanna get their education": peers and collective dis-identity in a multiracial urban high school / Susan Rakosi Rosenbloom -- "And no flowers grow there and stuff": young children's social representations of poverty / Carin Neitzel and Judith A. Chafel -- "I like being intervieeeeeeewed!" kids' perspectives on participating in social research / Margaret Ann Hagerman -- "You can't count on nobody in life": homeless youth and the transition to adulthood / Laura J. Napolitano -- Child sexual abuse and embodiment / Heather R. Hlavka -- How maltreatment matters: effects of child maltreatment on academic performance / Daniel Jason Potter -- The importance of audience and agency for representation: a case study of an urban youth media community / Linda Charmaraman -- From "He's too nice" to "Some day": using photography to understand what urban students want to learn in school / Kristien Zenkov -- Middle school students' perceptions of character education: what they are doing when someone is looking / Sandi Kawecka Nenga -- Trophies, triumphs, and tears: children's experiences with competitive activities / Hilary Levey -- "Into it" or "Going through the motions": exploring how college students understand their academic engagement / Jeff Lashbrook -- Moving into line: the educational, occupational, and family ambitions of the youth of Gautreaux Two / Melody L. Boyd and Kimberly A. Goyette -- Speaking the unspeakable: youth discourses on racial importance in school / R. L'Heureux Lewis -- "I learn being Black from everywhere I go": color blindness, travel, and the formation of racial attitudes among African American adolescents / Erin N. Winkler.
Local Note eBooks on EBSCOhost EBSCO eBook Subscription Academic Collection - North America
Subject Children.
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Added Author Johnson, Heather Beth, 1972-
Other Form: Print version: Children and youth speak for themselves. Bingley : Emerald, 2010 9781849507349 (OCoLC)477289294
ISBN 9781849507356 (electronic bk.)
184950735X (electronic bk.)