1 edition of Youth encounters a changing world. found in the catalog.
Youth encounters a changing world.
1972 by Center for Youth Development and Research, University of Minnesota in Minneapolis .
Written in English
|Statement||[Edited by Nancy Belbas]|
|Series||Minnesota. University. Center for Youth Development and Research. Seminar series -- no. 3., Seminar series (University of Minnesota. Center for Youth Development and Research) -- no. 3.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||36|
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Youth Encounters a Changing World. Seminar Series No. Belbas, Nancy, Ed. This document is one of a series Youth encounters a changing world. book the Youth Development Center at the University of Minnesota dedicated to the interdisciplinary discussion of youth problems.
The topic under discussion includes two questions: (1) What do young people need to cope with the problems of Author: Nancy Belbas. © YSA (Youth Service America) 2 Choose Your Cause What problems have you seen, heard, read about, or experienced that sparked your interest or concerned you.
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