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Adultolescence

Author : Gabbie Hanna
ISBN : 9781501178337
Genre : Poetry
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Comedian Gabbie Hanna brings levity to the twists and turns of modern adulthood in this exhilarating debut collection of illustrated poetry. In poems ranging from the singsong rhythms of children’s verses to a sophisticated confessional style, Gabbie explores what it means to feel like a kid and an adult all at once, revealing her own longings, obsessions, and insecurities along the way. Adultolescence announces the arrival of a brilliant new voice with a magical ability to connect through alienation, cut to the profound with internet slang, and detonate wickedly funny jokes between moments of existential dread. You’ll turn to the last page because you get her, and you’ll return to the first because she gets you.
Category: Poetry

Adultolescence Parody

Author : John Trumpet
ISBN : 9781326997380
Genre : Poetry
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From 'Mean Choice Award' nominated joker and vlogger 'John Trumpet' known as ‘John The Trumpie’, an awesome poetry collection that captures the essence of Adultolescence and beyond. Full of humorous notes about life, love, sex, relation and adulthood. A collection of 25 poems each illustrated by Trumpie himself. Introducing you the next “internet sensation” poet ‘John The Trumpie’.
Category: Poetry

Adultolescence At Its Finest

Author : Katelynn Sutherland
ISBN : 1723240400
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About My Book This poetry book has many different types of poetry but most of them are around the same topic. My book has a lot of poems about self-doubt because everyone is going to have it but at the same time, we can all overcome it. Breaking Rules Publishing
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Guyland

Author : Michael Kimmel
ISBN : 0061873772
Genre : Family & Relationships
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One of the most eminent scholars and writers on men and masculinity and the author of the critically acclaimed Manhood in America turns his attention to the culture of guys, aged 16 to 26: their attitudes, their relationships, their rules, and their rituals. “Kimmel is our seasoned guide into a world that, unless we are guys, we barely know exists. As he walks with us through dark territories, he points out the significant and reflects on its meaning.”—Mary Pipher, Ph.D., author of Reviving Ophelia The passage from adolescence to adulthood was once clear. Today, growing up has become more complex and confusing, as young men drift casually through college and beyond—hanging out, partying, playing with tech toys, watching sports. But beneath the appearance of a simple extended boyhood, a more dangerous social world has developed, far away from the traditional signposts and cultural signals that once helped boys navigate their way to manhood—a territory Michael Kimmel has identified as "Guyland." In mapping the troubling social world where men are now made, Kimmel offers a view into the minds and times of America's sons, brothers, and boyfriends, and he works toward redefining what it means to be a man today—and tomorrow. Only by understanding this world and this life stage can we enable young men to chart their own paths, stay true to themselves, and emerge safely from Guyland as responsible and fully formed male adults.
Category: Family & Relationships

Growing Great Kids

Author : Kate Battistelli
ISBN : 9781616386542
Genre : Religion
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Many people have questions about how the Holy Spirit works in our lives. In An Essential Guide to the Gift of Healing, Ron Phillips explains the gift of healing and provides clear and comprehensive biblical background and support for the practice.
Category: Religion

Light Filters In Poems

Author : Caroline Kaufman
ISBN : 9780062844699
Genre : Young Adult Fiction
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In the vein of poetry collections like Milk and Honey and Adultolescence, this compilation of short, powerful poems from teen Instagram sensation @poeticpoison perfectly captures the human experience. In Light Filters In, Caroline Kaufman—known as @poeticpoison—does what she does best: reflects our own experiences back at us and makes us feel less alone, one exquisite and insightful piece at a time. She writes about giving up too much of yourself to someone else, not fitting in, endlessly Googling “how to be happy,” and ultimately figuring out who you are. This collection features completely new material plus some fan favorites from Caroline's account. Filled with haunting, spare pieces of original art, Light Filters In will thrill existing fans and newcomers alike. it’s okay if some things are always out of reach. if you could carry all the stars in the palm of your hand, they wouldn’t be half as breathtaking
Category: Young Adult Fiction

Lost In Transition

Author : Christian Smith
ISBN : 9780199911523
Genre : Social Science
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Life for emerging adults is vastly different today than it was for their counterparts even a generation ago. Young people are waiting longer to marry, to have children, and to choose a career direction. As a result, they enjoy more freedom, opportunities, and personal growth than ever before. But the transition to adulthood is also more complex, disjointed, and confusing. In Lost in Transition, Christian Smith and his collaborators draw on 230 in-depth interviews with a broad cross-section of emerging adults (ages 18-23) to investigate the difficulties young people face today, the underlying causes of those difficulties, and the consequences both for individuals and for American society as a whole. Rampant consumer capitalism, ongoing failures in education, hyper-individualism, postmodernist moral relativism, and other aspects of American culture are all contributing to the chaotic terrain that emerging adults must cross. Smith identifies five major problems facing very many young people today: confused moral reasoning, routine intoxication, materialistic life goals, regrettable sexual experiences, and disengagement from civic and political life. The trouble does not lie only with the emerging adults or their poor individual decisions but has much deeper roots in mainstream American culture--a culture which emerging adults have largely inherited rather than created. Older adults, Smith argues, must recognize that much of the responsibility for the pain and confusion young people face lies with them. Rejecting both sky-is-falling alarmism on the one hand and complacent disregard on the other, Smith suggests the need for what he calls "realistic concern"--and a reconsideration of our cultural priorities and practices--that will help emerging adults more skillfully engage unique challenges they face. Even-handed, engagingly written, and based on comprehensive research, Lost in Transition brings much needed attention to the darker side of the transition to adulthood.
Category: Social Science

The Price Of Independence

Author : Sheldon Danziger
ISBN : STANFORD:36105124056743
Genre : Psychology
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Category: Psychology

Study Guide Valuepack Item Only

Author : James M. Henslin
ISBN : 0205570402
Genre : Sociology
File Size : 74.35 MB
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This heavily reviewed Study Guide is designed to help students prepare for quizzes and exams. For every chapter in the text, it contains a chapter summary, list of key terms and people, a practice test with 25 multiple choice questions, and an answer key. Packaged at no additional cost with the text, upon request.
Category: Sociology

One Nation Divisible

Author : Michael B. Katz
ISBN : STANFORD:36105114434991
Genre : Business & Economics
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"American society today is hardly recognizable from what it was a century ago. Integrated schools, an information economy, and independently successful women are but a few of the remarkable changes that have occurred over just a few generations. Still, the country today is influenced by many of the same factors that revolutionized life in the late nineteenth century - immigration, globalization, technology, and shifting social norms - and is plagued by many of the same problems, including economic, social, and racial inequality. One Nation Divisible, a history of twentieth-century American life by Michael B. Katz and Mark J. Stern, weaves together information from the latest census with a century's worth of data to show how trends in American life have changed while inequality and diversity have endured." "On Nation Divisible examines all aspect so of work, family, and social life to paint a broad picture of the American experience over the long arc of the twentieth century. Katz and Stern track the transformations of the U.S. workforce, from the farm to the factory to the office tower. Technological advances at the beginning and end of the twentieth century altered the demand for work, causing large population movements between regions. These labor market shifts fed both the explosive growth of cities at the dawn of the industrial age and the sprawling suburbanization of today. On Nation Divisible also discusses how the norms of growing up and growing old have shifted. Whereas the typical life course once involved early marriage and living with large, extended families, Americans today commonly take years before marrying or settling on a career path, and often live in non-traditional households. Katz and Stern examine the growing influence of government on trends in American life, showing how new laws have contributed to more diverse neighborhoods and schools, and increased opportunity for minorities, women, and the elderly. One Nation Divisible also explores the abiding economic paradox in American life: while many individuals are able to climb the financial ladder, inequality of income and wealth remains pervasive throughout the society." "The last hundred years have been marked by incredible transformations in American society. Great advances in civil rights have been tempered significantly by rising economic inequality. One Nation Divisible provides a compelling new analysis of the issues that continue to divide this country and the powerful role of government in both mitigating and exacerbating them."--BOOK JACKET.
Category: Business & Economics