Children and Youth in America, Volume III: 1933-1973: Vol. 1 Parts 1-4; Vol. 2 Parts 5-7

Children and Youth in America, Volume III: 1933-1973: Vol. 1 Parts 1-4; Vol. 2 Parts 5-7

by Robert H. Bremner, Temara K. Hareven, John Barnard
     
 

The concluding volumes present forty years of tumultuous history. Now completed, they constitute an indispensable reference and absorbing chronicle of American social history.See more details below

Overview

The concluding volumes present forty years of tumultuous history. Now completed, they constitute an indispensable reference and absorbing chronicle of American social history.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780674116139
Publisher:
Harvard University Press
Publication date:
01/01/1974
Series:
Children and Youth in America Series
Pages:
2102
Product dimensions:
7.50(w) x 10.30(h) x 2.30(d)

Meet the Author

Robert H. Bremner is Professor of History, Ohio State University.

John Barnard is Associate Professor of History, Oakland University.

Tamara K. Hareven is Associate Professor of History, Clark University.

Robert M. Mennel is Assistant Professor of History, University of New Hampshire.

Table of Contents

PART 5: Juvenile Delinquency

1. Inertia and Innovation in the Care of Juvenile Delinquents

A. Continuing Problems


B. New Approaches

2.The Federal Government and Juvenile Delinquency

A. Juvenile Delinquency as a National Concern


B. Congressional Action

3. The Juvenile Court and Legal Issues

A. Debate over the Court


B. Legal Rights of Delinquents

PART 6: Health Care for Children Old Problems and Youth

1. Development of Federal-State Programs in the New Deal and World War 2

A. Maternal and Child Health and Crippled Children's Services in the Social Security Act


B. Child Health in World War 2 and the Postwar Era

2. Health Problems and Services for Children and Youth Since
World War 2

A. Progress and Problems


B. Expansion of Federal—State Maternal and Child Health and Crippled Children's Programs


C. additional Programs and National Research Institutes

3. Mental Health and Retardation

A. Mental Health


B. Mental Retardation

PART 7: Education

1. The Roosevelt Era

A. Education in Depression and War


B. Theories of Education

2. Education of Children of Minority Groups: New Trends and Old Problems

A. Educational Experiences of Black Children


B. Outlawing School Segregation


C. The Education of Indian Children

3. Education Adjusts to the Cold War

A. The Issue of Loyalty


B. The National Interest in Educational Improvement


C. New Programsfor Government

4. Education and Reform

A. Federal Initiatives in Support of Education


B. Desegregation of the Schools


C. Church and State


D. Higher Education


E. Education of Handicapped Children

Chronology: Event Relating to the History of the Health, Education, and Welfare of Children and Youth, 1933-1973


1868 Selected Bibiliography


1915


Index


1958


1987


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