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Series: Adolescence and Society

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Adolescent Coping: Advances in Theory, Research and Practice (Adolescence and Society Series) by Erica Frydenberg
Adolescent Gambling (Adolescence and Society Series) by Mark Griffiths
Adolescent Health: The Role of Individual Differences (Adolescence and Society Series) by Patrick Heaven
The Adolescent in the Family (Adolescence and Society) by Patricia Noller
Adolescent Mental Health: Prevention and intervention (Adolescence and Society) by Terje Ogden
health issues and adolescents: growing up, speaking out by Janet Shucksmith
Identity In Adolescence: The balance between self and other (Adolescence and Society Series) by Jane Kroger
Illegal Leisure Revisited: Changing Patterns of Alcohol and Drug Use in Adolescents and Young Adults (Adolescence and Society) by Judith Aldridge
Illegal Leisure: The Normalization of Adolescent Recreational Drug Use (Adolescence and Society) by Howard Parker
Moving Out, Moving On: Young People's Pathways In and Through Homelessness (Adolescence and Society) by Shelley Mallett
The Nature of Adolescence (Adolescence and Society) by John C. Coleman
Sexuality in Adolescence: Current Trends (Adolescence and Society) by Doreen Rosenthal
Social Networks and Social Influences in Adolescence (Adolescence and Society) by John Cotterell
Social networks in youth and adolescence by John Cotterell
Teenagers and Technology (Adolescence and Society) by Chris Davies
Trafficked young people breaking the wall of silence by Jenny J. Pearce
Wired Youth: The Social World of Adolescence in the Information Age (Adolescence and Society Series) by Gustavo Mesch
Young People's Involvement in Sport (Adolescence and Society Series) by John Kremer
Young people's leisure and lifestyles by L.B. Hendry
Young People's Understanding of Society (Adolescence and Society) by Adrian Furnham
Youth On Religion: The development, negotiation and impact of faith and non-faith identity (Adolescence and Society) by Nicola Madge
Youth, AIDS and Sexually Transmitted Diseases (Adolescence and Society Series) by Susan Moore

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