Robert Crosnoe is Professor in the Department of Psychology, College of Liberal Arts.
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In American high schools, teenagers must navigate complex youth cultures that often prize being real while punishing difference. Adults may view such social turbulence as a timeless, ultimately harmless rite of passage, but changes in American society are intensifying this rite and allowing its effects to cascade into adulthood. Integrating national statistics with interviews and observations from a single school, this book explores this phenomenon
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