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Has today’s overwhelming emphasis on “youth culture” widened the generation gap — or bridged it? Weighing the competing influences of peers and parents, the authors discuss parent-child relations and how sex, slang, music, cliques, gangs and reference groups play into identity issues.
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Gerhard Falk, has been a professor in the Dept. of Sociology, SUNY Buffalo, for 30 years. He has authored 14 books, mostly on the roles played by age, religion and gender in establishing identity within today s culture.
Ursula A. Falk s areas of specialization include Sociology of Crime, Juvenile Delinquency, Sociology of Punishment and Corrections, Social Problems, Sociology of Higher Education, Sociology of Addiction and Alcoholism.
Opening with a discussion of historical Puritan beliefs about children, sociologist Gerhard Falk (Buffalo State College) and psychotherapist Ursula Falk cover a wide range of topics related to adolescence, including parents, peers, sports, self-concept, homelessness, immigration, sex education, religion, recreation, drugs, subcultures, and slang... Usefully, the authors provide occasional short vignettes. Falk and Falk are also strong when discussing sociological concepts and presenting them accessibly. --Choice June 2006
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Book Description Algora Pub, 2005. Hardcover. Condition: Brand New. 254 pages. 9.00x6.00x1.00 inches. In Stock. Seller Inventory # 087586368X