Children at Risk: A Bibliography

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Nova Publishers, 2002 - 228 pages
There was a day when society shielded its children from the often cruel world. At least in the so-called developed countries, the exposure of children to the worst perversions society can conjure up, has never been greater. Children have reached the exalted level of being treated, seduced and targeted to as a 'market'. This bibliography brings together the literature providing access by subject groupings as well as author and title indexes.

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Children and the Internet
3
Drugs and Smoking
13
School Violence
23
Journal Citations and Abstracts
41
Television Violence
43
Teenage Pregnancy
93
Smoking and Children
103
Drugs and Children
183
Video Games
193
Internet Threats
199
Author Index
201
Subject Index
219
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Page 192 - Health (LSAH), and through the National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse (CASA) at Columbia University.
Page 163 - Children of mothers with 12 or fewer years of education and who smoked 10 or more cigarettes per day were 2.5 times more likely...
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Page 26 - Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, US Department of Justice and Office of Elementary and Secondary Education, US Department of Education

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