Studies in the Social Psychology of Adolescence
By J.F. Forrester et al, Dr J Richardson Copyright 1951
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This is Volume X of twelve in a collection of the Sociology of Youth and Adolescence. Originally published in 1951, this is a book of studies in social psychology The study of children in their social relationships, the effect of membership of groups, the school as a social therapeutic institution. These are relatively novel phrases and like all such fresh phrases they point to a new emphasis in the observation of human beings and in the formulation of basic hypotheses as to their nature.
Part one PART ONE CLASSIFICATION BY FRIENDSHIP: SOCIOMETRIC TECHNIQUES APPLIED TO THE TEACHING OF ENGLISH; Chapter 1 Chapter One GROUP RELATIONS AND EDUCATION; Chapter 2 Chapter Two PLANNING AN EXPERIMENT IN A LONDON SCHOOL; Chapter 3 CHAPTER THREE OBSERVATIONS ON GROUPS IN THE EXPERIMENTAL CLASS APRIL 1947 TO JULY 1948; Chapter 4 CHAPTER FOUR A SOCIOMETRIC STUDY OF TWO CLASS-GROUPS; Chapter 5 CHAPTER FIVE FURTHER STATISTICAL DATA: TESTS OF ATTAINMENT AND ATTITUDE; Chapter 6 CHAPTER SIX THE EXPERIMENT CONTINUED WITH THE CONTROL CLASS; Chapter 7 CHAPTER SEVEN CONCLUSIONS AND SUGGESTIONS FOR FURTHER RESEARCH; Part two PART TWO ADOLESCENT OPINION; Chapter 8 CHAPTER EIGHT THE ATTITUDES OF ADOLESCENTS TOWARDS THEIR OWN DEVELOPMENT; Chapter 9 CHAPTER NINE A STUDY OF FRIENDSHIP; Part three PART THREE GROUP WORK AND CLASSROOM ATTITUDES; Chapter 10 CHAPTER TEN LEADERLESS DISCUSSIONS BY TWO GROUPS OF ADOLESCENTSINDEX;