The cult of youth in middle-class America / edited and with an introd. by Richard L. Rapson
- Rapson, Richard L.
- Lexington, Mass. : Heath, 
- Physical Description:
- xvi, 118 pages ; 24 cm
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- Problems in American civilization
- Sources and descriptions of the American youth cult: Education in the forming of American society; an interpretation, by B. Bailyn. Influence of democracy on the family, by A. de Tocqueville. The child of the nineteenth century and his schoolbooks, by R. M. Elson. The American child as seen by British travelers, 1845-1935, by R. L. Rapson. Abundance and the formation of character, by D. M. Potter -- The intensification of the cult of youth, 1890-1920: Adolescence and the growth of social ideals, by G. S. Hall. Youth in the city, by J. Addams. Youth and life, by R. Bourne. Education as growth, by J. Dewey -- The confrontation of generations, 1945 to the present: The crisis in popular education, by L. A. Cremin. The child and the world, by R. Hofstadter. The problem of generations, by B. Bettelheim. Youth culture as enforced alienation, by K. Keniston. The generation gap, by E. Z. Friedenberg. The making of a counter culture; technocracy's children, by T. Roszak. The sixties; a cultural revolution, by B. DeMott.
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- Includes bibliographical references.
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