X hits on this document

PDF document

Contemporary Youth and the Postmodern Adventure - page 13 / 16





13 / 16

About Politics?” (forthcoming). _____________ (2003b) The Abandoned Generation. Democracy Beyond the Culture of Fear. New York: Palgrave Macmillan. Hammer, Rhonda (2002) Antifeminism and Family Terrorism. Lanham, Maryland: Rowman and Littlefield. Holtz, Geoffrey T. (1995) Welcome to the Jungle: The Why Behind `Generation X'. New

York: St. Martin's Press. Howe, Neil and Strauss, Bill (1993) 13th Generation: America's 13th Generation, Born

1961-1981. New York: Vintage. Jones, Steve (2002). The Internet Goes to College: How Students Are Living in the

Future With Today's Technology. Washington, D.C., Pew Internet and American Life Project. Kahn, Richard and Kellner, Douglas (forthcoming), “Internet Subcultures and

Oppostional Politics,” The Post-Subcultures Reader (Muggleton, David, ed.). Oxford and New York: Berg. Kellner, Douglas (2002) “Technological Revolution, Multiple Literacies, and the Restructuring of Education," in Ilana Snyder, editor, Silicon Literacies. London and New York: Routledge: 154- 169. ______________ (forthcoming) From September 11 to Terror War: The Dangers of the

Bush Legacy. Lanham, Md.: Rowman and Littlefield. Larson, R. and S. Verma (1999). "How children and adolescents spend time across

cultural settings of the world: Work play and developmental opportunities." Psychological Bulletin(125): 701-736. Larson, R., M. H. Richards, et al. (2001). "How urban African American young

adolescents spend their time: Time budgets for locations, activities, and companionship." American Journal of Community Psychology 29(4): 565-597. Males, Mike (1996) The Scapegoat Generation. Boston: Common Courage Press. McLaren, Peter (1995) Critical Pedagogy and Predatory Culture. London and New York:

Routledge. Nelson, Rob and Cowan, Jon (1994) Revolution X: A Survival Gudie for Our Generation.

New York: Penguin Books. Robinson, J. P. (1992). "Television and leisure time: Yesterday, Today and (maybe)

Tomorrow." Public Opinion Quarterly 33: 210-222. Robinson, J. P. and G. Godbey (1997). Time for life: The surprising ways Americans use

their time. University Park, PA, Pennsylvania State University Press. Robinson, J. P., Meyer Kestnbaum, Alan Neustadtl, and Anthony Alvarez (2000).

Information Technologies, the Internet, and Time Displacement. Retrieved May 16, 2000, from www.webuse.umd.edu <http://www.webuse.umd.edu/. Turkle, Sherry (1995) Life on the Screen. Identity in the Age of the Internet.


Document info
Document views65
Page views65
Page last viewedTue Jan 17 11:37:49 UTC 2017