Book Reviews of The Rise and Fall of the American Teenager

The Rise and Fall of the American Teenager
The Rise and Fall of the American Teenager
Author: Thomas Hine
ISBN-13: 9780380973583
ISBN-10: 0380973588
Publication Date: 9/1999
Pages: 324
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Publisher: William Morrow Company
Book Type: Hardcover
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This book gives the background history of where the word "teenager" came from. It discusses why and how the word teenager has corrupted our youth. This is a great read for Criminology students who plan on working with juveniles.
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Slow read, but proves that our government is wasting the time of teenagers by mandating high school and how they are segregating teenagers from the real socialization with all kinds of people that they really need to grow.
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This book is very interesting. Its main argument is that the social construct of a 'teenager' is no longer relevant in today's society. a good read.