Methodology: This book describes why teens behave the way they do, not how. There were two sources of primary American data: the first included 304 descriptions of high schools and their status structures written by 300 college students, average paper was about 7,150 words. The second source consisted of observations in a single high school (fall of 1997 until May 1999). The observations were conducted during the school lunch period, at public events and the junior/senior proms.
I Forever Young
II Communication Comfort Zone: Use Every Channel
III Getting Up Close and Personal
IV Friends: The New Family
V Penny for Their Thoughts
VI Bigger Bang With Big Brands
VII Light But Not Lightweight
VIII A State of Flux
-- adapted by Urmila Chandran, for The Health Communication Unit, from "Chicken Just the Way You Like It -- Food for Thought When Targeting Youth," a presentation by Mike Farrell of Youthography and Tim Kleenyside of Fingerprint Communications at the January 2005 FOCUS conference
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II The Team Reflects
III How to Contribute
Newbury Park: Sage Publications, 1992.
Type of Resource: Book
Author: Atkin, C. and Rice, R