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This study examines how the concept of the “lost voice” functions in religious circles. Thirty females (divided into three age groups: ages 8 to 10, ages 12 to 14, and ages 20 to 30, equally distributed between a conservative church and an egalitarian church) were interviewed. Results...
Six hundred ten German and 610 Russian adolescents in three age groups—12, 15, and 18 years—were given a questionnaire assessing their environmental awareness. In both nationalities, anxiety, sadness, and anger about environmental destruction were high, but hopelessness was rejected....
Recently, a new style of youthful graffiti has emerged in cities throughout the United States and beyond. Based on 4 years of fieldwork inside the Denver, Colorado graffiti underground, and on field and document research in other U.S. and European cities, this article explores the many ways in...
Investigating the conditions that foster organized expressions of power and the circumstances that students exploit to engage in political, collective forms of resistance warrants researchers' serious attention. Inner-city schools are uniquely situated as changing demographics and global and...
This article explores how the connections between women educators and female students can be critical for the development of a liberating resistance in both. The author addresses the loss of self-esteem, voice, and authority in girls documented in recent research and then reports on a retreat...
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