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Growing up in a land called Honalee : the Sixties in the lives of American children / Joel P. Rhodes.

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Kirtland Community College Library HQ 792 .U5 R46 2017 30775305533441 General Collection Available -

Record details

  • ISBN: 9780826221278
  • ISBN: 0826221270
  • Physical Description: vii, 342 pages ; 23 cm
  • Publisher: Columbia, Missouri : Univ of Missouri Press [2017]

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Bibliography, etc. Note:
Includes bibliographical references (pages 323-338) and index.
Formatted Contents Note:
Introduction -- John F. Kennedy -- Space rockets and Cuban missiles -- The assassination -- LBJ and the great society -- The southern struggle for civil rights -- The Vietnam War -- Hippies -- Women's liberation -- Conclusions.
Summary, etc.:
Because the preadolescent years are, according to the child development researchers, the most formative, Joel P. Rhodes focuses on the cohort born between 1956 and 1970 who have never been quantitatively defined as a generation, but whose preadolescent world was nonetheless quite distinct from that of the "baby boomers." Rhodes examines how this group understood the historical forces of the 1960s as children, and how they made meaning of these forces based on their developmental age. He is concerned not only with the immediate imprint of the 1960s on their young lives, but with how their perspective on the era influenced them as adults.
Subject: Children > United States > History > 20th century.
Nineteen sixties > Children.
Summary: Because the preadolescent years are, according to the child development researchers, the most formative, Joel P. Rhodes focuses on the cohort born between 1956 and 1970 who have never been quantitatively defined as a generation, but whose preadolescent world was nonetheless quite distinct from that of the "baby boomers." Rhodes examines how this group understood the historical forces of the 1960s as children, and how they made meaning of these forces based on their developmental age. He is concerned not only with the immediate imprint of the 1960s on their young lives, but with how their perspective on the era influenced them as adults.

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