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David Elkind, P. This book is a very thorough survey of the world of the modern teenager

This book is a very thorough survey of the world of the modern teenager. It presents issues in broad strokes, but also colors delicately the lives of teenagers using experts and dialogue from situations of specific teenagers. This tome attempts to reconcile the mysterious chasm present in between the worlds of adulthood and adolescents. Without condemnation or judgment, the issues plaguing teenagers are presented with honesty and compassion.

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Elkind stresses that adolescents need to be supported and given limitations so that they do not engage in risky . He spent most of the book describing teens in crisis and the types of crises they could be having. The last 1/5 of the book was on strategies that could help with all teens

Elkind stresses that adolescents need to be supported and given limitations so that they do not engage in risky behavior and have time to establish their identities. Additionally, adults should lead by example and base rules on principles rather than emotions. In this way, we can help our adolescents reduce the stress in their lives and achieve an integrated identity. The last 1/5 of the book was on strategies that could help with all teens. Not the best resource.

Even though the book was written in 1984, the topics Elkind discusses are still a concern for many children, parents and teachers.

All Grown Up & No Place to Go. Reading, Massachusetts: Addison-Wesley Publishing Company. of SJC Elkind's book discusses many of the issues that face adolescents each day. Even though the book was written in 1984, the topics Elkind discusses are still a concern for many children, parents and teachers. Now, fifteen years later, there are even more things that we all need to worry about.

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Those trends leave teens no time to be teens. All Grown Up and No Place to Go spotlights the pressures on teenagers to grow up quickly.

Those trends leave teens no time to be teens. The resulting problems range from common alienation to self-destructive behavior. Quoting teenagers themselves, Elkind shows why adolescence is a time of thinking in a new key, and how young people need this time to get used to the social and emotional changes their new thinking brings.

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Part I General Remarks In his book All Grown Up and No Place to Go, David Elkind (1998) presents his basic psychology of education in which educational techniques are based mainly on childrens development. He describes a teenage crisis, in which we ignore the world of the teenager and expect them to mature into adulthood with very little preparation or guidance (Elkind, 1998, . ). According to Elkind (1998), teenagers face a vast number of challenges throughout their development. Part II Focus Question From a halakhic perspective, Elkinds advice regarding the involvement of teenagers in religion would be virtually impossible to implement in its entirety in an Orthodox school.

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Publication: Reading : Addison-Wesley, 1984Description: 232 . ewey: 30. 3 E43aSubject: Психология подростка, Adolescent psychology Youth-United States Стресс (Психология), Stress (Psychology). Tags from this library: No tags from this library for this title.

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Clever
This book is a very thorough survey of the world of the modern teenager. It presents issues in broad strokes, but also colors delicately the lives of teenagers using experts and dialogue from situations of specific teenagers. This tome attempts to reconcile the mysterious chasm present in between the worlds of adulthood and adolescents. Without condemnation or judgment, the issues plaguing teenagers are presented with honesty and compassion. This book really speaks to the core of every person who has walked the uneasy paths of adolescence. In it, one will certainly find snapshots from their own lives. The candid experiences of adolescents prove to be the most significantly poignant moments in this book. The psychology and theory finds its rightful place at the service of real people, attempting to quell the tempestuous seas of crisis, into a calm sea of integrated people.
Leniga
Came on time and as expected
Little Devil
In All Grown Up and No Place to Go, David Elkind methodically maps out teenagehood for his readers in three parts. In the first section he details bodily and emotional changes that take place within the young person, illustrating his observations with popular young adult literature, interviews and personal experiences. In the second section he turns to the growing obstacles that face youth in these changing times. Finally, in the third and final section Elkind cleverly identifies the physical, social, emotional and familial results stress causes in the lives of young people growing up in America. Through categorizing and characterizing the differing types of stress the young person faces, Elkind addresses the differing reactions that result from differing typologies of personalities of young people and finally ends with a chapter suggesting possible suggestions to deal with the different kinds of stresses.

Through reading Elkind's summarization of the teen years the reader recalls the awkward years that he/she survived on the way to adulthood. From the physical to the emotional to the spiritual issues that mushroom in the lives of the adolescent, the reader is reminded and therefore able to empathize with the struggles teens face from within themselves as well as from outside influences. With this deeper level of understanding of the teenage world, Elkind's concept of the patchwork self does much to enlighten the readers as to behaviors they may identify in their own past as well as in the youth that populate the halls of high schools, youth centers and churches alike.
Kea
very nice book
All Grown Up & No Place to Go: Teenagers in Crisis download epub
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Author: David Elkind
ISBN: 0201113791
Category: Parenting & Relationships
Subcategory: Parenting
Language: English
Publisher: Da Capo Press; First Edition edition (January 21, 1984)
Pages: 240 pages