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Motivating early adolescents in classrooms as well as counseling them in career decision making suggest that educators need a better understanding of developing career preferences among early adolescents. When the scores of males and females were compared across ages on eight career preference...
Four hundred and ten male and female middle school subjects completed two identical assessments of self-concept, physical estimation, and physical performance at twelve week intervals. Significant positive relationships were found among the variables, although the strength of the relationships...
The focus of this paper is on elements of the family system that influence and are influenced by work on identity in early adolescence. The argument is made for the need to study the family from a bidirectional and systems perspective. Yet, studies on both the process of development and the...
This article is based on a survey given to first year middle grade teachers in North Carolina. Four hundred and sixty-six responded to the survey which investigated their pre-service programs in relation to their first year of teaching. Comparisons are made between responses of middle grade...
In two communities parents and adolescents (ages 12-14) were surveyed regarding their views on sex education. Both groups expressed strong support for parents as the primary sex educators of their children, with schools as an important assistant in this area, particularly on topics with medical...
Students, teachers, and administrators in a Northeast Texas community were given questionnaires in 1981 to ascertain information on social and academic conditions among blacks and whites (student body is one-third black and two-thirds white) after desegregation in 1970. The return rate from the...
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