Troubled Youth, Troubled Families?

Friday, July 18, 2014: 3:30 PM-5:20 PM
Room: F205
RC34 Sociology of Youth (host committee)

Language: English

Session Organizer:
Ara FRANCIS, College of the Holy Cross, USA
Negotiating Normalcy Self-Narratives of Troubled Young People (Oral Presentation)
Tea TORBENFELDT BENGTSSON, University of Copenhagen, Denmark

Conundrums for Policy and Practice Regarding Vulnerable Youth (Oral Presentation)
Kitty TE RIELE, Victoria University, Australia

Healing Programs for School Bullies and Their Parents in South Korea (Oral Presentation)
Helen OH, Sogang University, South Korea

Japanese Teenagers' Perception of Their Mothers' Employment and What They Do in after School (Distributed Paper)
Akiko USUDA, Showa Women's University, Japan

Effects of Women Employment on Family Integrity (Case study: Comparative Teachers with Housewife in North of Iran) (Distributed Paper)
Gholamreza KHOSHFAR, Golestan University, Iran; Nowruz NIMROOZI, PhD, Assistant Professor of Golestan University, Iran; Abbasali NARIMANI, Islamic Azad University of Rudhen, Iran; Naser FATTAHI, Noor Azad University, Iran

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