The Adolescent Development, Relationships, and Culture 14th Edition by Kim G. Dolgin
For courses in Adolescent Development
An overview of adolescence that helps students see themselves in the discipline
The Adolescent: Development, Relationships, and Culture offers an eclectic, interdisciplinary approach to the study of adolescence, presenting biological, psychological, and sociological viewpoints alongside educational, demographic, and economic data. Author Kim Dolgin places emphasis upon American adolescents, but also explores the issues facing adolescents in the developing world, as well as in Europe and Oceania. The Fourteenth Edition offers coverage of contemporary topics – such as increases in youth homelessness and sexting – to command student interest and reinforce the relevance of the course.