by Routledge

    These ground-breaking works led the way to an authoritative understanding of how social interaction moulded young people. Careful observation of vulnerable and troubled children helped the leading sociologists, whose works are included here, to investigate how aggression, discipline, the struggle for recognition and the need to rebel shaped the personalities of the young. These are important texts for practitioners, students and teachers in health and social welfare.


    E. M. Eppel, Lloyd E. Ohlin, Elizabeth Richardson, C.M. Felming, Joan M. Tash, Juluis Carlebach, Jean Kastell, Jean S. Heywood