The Adolescent Child
Originally published in 1948, The Adolescent Child provided vital information on adolescence for parents, teachers, club leaders, social and religious workers and welfare supervisors in factories at the time. With research from both the UK and the US the author looks at the psychology of the adolescent through the many stages they encounter, from physical and emotional changes; self-identity; love and friendship to education and work. Today it can be read and enjoyed in its historical context.
Foreword. Acknowledgements. Abbreviations. 1. What Happens at Adolescence? 2. Finding a Self 3. Love and Friendship 4. ‘Moonish Youth’ 5. The Minds Grows Up 6. Learning to Live 7. All the World Before Them 8. Full Stature. Index of Subjects. Index of Names.