Children and Youth: History and Culture
The history of children and youth is a growing concern. Fueled by developments in women's studies and issues of culture, especially those in the media and in education, the study of children outside of psychological constructs is gaining significance. Designed for students at many levels as well as general readers, each title in this series provides a narrative history of key topics in the contexts of the lives of children and youth in the U.S. and around the world. Each volume in the series consists of three major parts: BL Authoritative, accessible essays BL Primary documents in whole or in part with explanatory headnotes BL A bibliographic reference section of cited sources and further readings, as well as pertinent websites.