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A SENSE OF SELF: LISTENING TO HOMESCHOOLED ADOLESCENT GIRLS
A SENSE OF SELF: LISTENING TO HOMESCHOOLED ADOLESCENT GIRLS Susannah Sheffer 0867093579 9780867093575 A response to the many reports and studies documenting how girls lose their sense of self and self-esteem during adolescence, in
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A SENSE OF SELF: LISTENING TO HOMESCHOOLED ADOLESCENT GIRLS by Susannah Sheffer

A response to the many reports and studies documenting how girls lose their sense of self and self-esteem during adolescence, interviewing homeschooled girls and analyzing their different perspectives from the general population. Although Sheffer (editor, </Growing without Schooling/> magazine) does not advocate homeschooling as a solution to this problem, her insights and those of the young women she interviews give voice to the tremendous pressures on adolescent girls to conform to subservient models, and the efficacy of providing structures where they are shielded from dampening influences<-->allowing them to flourish. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.

Author: Susannah Sheffer

Language: English

Binding: Paperback

Pages: 191

Publisher: Heinemann

Publication Date: 1995-08-21

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