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The Well-adjusted Child : The Social Benefits Of Homeschooling (2007)

Call Number 371.042/GATHERCOLE,R

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Adult Nonfiction371.042/GATHERCOLE,RAvailable
Published: Denver, Colo. : Mapletree Pub. Co., c2007
Description:  xxvi, 262 p. ; 22 cm
ISBN/ISSN: 9781600651076 (alk. paper), 1600651070 (alk. paper),
Language:  English

The socialization question -- What do homeschoolers do? -- What is good socialization, anyway? -- Friends and peer contact -- Independence and strong family relationships -- Safety, adversity, and bullying -- Freedom and time to be a kid (before having to be grown up) -- Being "cool" -- Relationships with other adults -- Diversity and minority socialization -- Preparation for the "real world" -- Citizenship and democracy -- Teenagers, identity, and sense of self -- The homeschooling parent's social life -- Socialization and success

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