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aboriginals, 104–105, 117, 125–26, 150–51, 192 Adams, R.A. (Dr.), 173 Addams, Jane, 22 adolescence: angst in, 22–23, 32, 66, 115; anxieties about, 17–18, 36; and biological change, 2, 18–19, 19, 20, 21, 23–24, 71, 97, 227nn29,36; and change, vii, 23, 212; and dependency, 28, 46, 48–52, 68, 130, 143, 144, 159–60, 188, 229n51; destabilization in, 20, 23, 31, 39, 66, 95, 135, 213; experience of, 8, 65–67, 159, 211–12; expert intervention in, 19–21, 24–25, 28, 213–14; expert theories about, viii, 2, 13–14, 19–28, 33, 66, 67–68, 115, 135, 225n12, 227nn29; and gender, 25–27; and identity formation, 23; influences on, 2, 22–25; as psychosis, 18, 25; public scrutiny of, 2, 21, 32, 94, 213–14; and self-consciousness, 5; sociohistorical construction of, viii, 1–4, 12, 13–14, 166, 215; storm-andstress model of, 21–22, 226nn12,14; terminology for, 3; as transition between childhood and adulthood, 5, 20, 23, 24–25, 28, 32, 48, 52, 97, 188, 208, 213. See also teenagers; youth Adolescence: Its Psychology and Its Relation to Physiology, Anthropology, Sociology, Sex, Crime, Religion, and Education (Hall), 20 Adolescent School Attendance Act, 101 adulthood, 1–2; authority of, 11, 17–18, 30, 212; as civilized state, 20, 33, 188; definitions of; differentiation from, 64, 209; independence in, 2, 48, 50; and marriage , 70; and modernity, 7; transition to, 2, 115, 130, 159–60, 191, 198, 208 advertising, 14, 60; and consumerism, 49, 166; targets youth, 166, 175, 178–79, 180–83, 186–88, 207, 268nn80,85-86 advice literature, 88–97, 244nn92-93,98-99, 103,110 age: and consumption, 162, 214–15; and dating, 77; and education, 100, 101, 128, 130; and employment, 129–60, 255nn12-13, 257n46, 259n77, 261n144; and leisure, 168, 178–79, 188, 191; and marriage, 73–74, 239n20; and military recruitment, 8–9, 41, 42, 221n30; and status, 6–7, 21, 203, 208, 212; stratification by, 4, 19, 21, 36, 166, 179, 215, 220n22 Allen, Lillian Beatrice, 71, 76, 79, 86, 238n3, 240n35 Anderson, J.T.M., 219n1 Antheil, George, 63, 69, 90–91, 93–94, 97, 244n93 anti-Semitism, 35, 105 Ariès, Philippe, 215 Backman, K.J. (Dr.), 41 Baden-Powell, Agnes, 192, 194, 272n16 Baden-Powell, Sir Robert, 192 Bara, Theda, 70 Bates, G., 242n68 Bayley, C.M., 58, 75, 235n14 Beall, Arthur, 83, 87 Benedict, Ruth, 23 Bennett, Richard B., 200 Big Brothers Association, 30 Big Sisters Association, 30, 40 Birney, Earle, 211 Boas, Franz, 22 Boulton, Alex, 239n23 Bourdieu, Pierre, 11, 127, 219n9 291 Index Index 5/8/06 8:25 PM Page 291 292 / The Dominion of Youth Bourne, Randolph, 220n25 Bow, Clara, 70, 170 Boyle, Harry, 60, 63 boyology, 193, 194 boys: and delinquency, 33–34, 59, 193, 229n52; expectations on, 58, 71, 113–14; and sexuality, 34, 83–84, 91, 95, 96–97, 167; socialization of, 60, 193, 199; transient, 37; urban, 28–30, 193. See also men Boys’ Club, 29, 230n57 Boys’ Work, 192–93 Boy Scouts, 190, 192, 197, 199, 203–204, 272nn13,17 Bulpitt, Charles, 141–42 Buss, Helen, 6 Cabbagetown (Garner), 9, 126, 254n150 Canada: cultural construction in, 113, 117, 176, 190–91, 192, 202, 212; emergence of, 1, 12–13, 21; family data in, 46–48; immaturity of, 39, 128, 211; immigrants in, 34–35, 54–59, 102–104, 105, 197–99; industrialized, 146; involvement in wars of, 25, 110, 113–14, 215; modernization of, 17, 98, 165, 214, 223n58; rural out-migration in, 12, 22, 37, 57, 143, 195–96, 226n19; transformation of, viii, 2–3, 195 Canada’s Century, 1, 43, 192, 211 Canadian Business Women’s Club, 143 Canadian Council on Child and Family Welfare, 169 Canadian Council on Child Welfare, 92 Canadian Girls in Training (CGIT), 190, 194–95, 196, 197, 198, 204, 273n33 Canadian Mental Hygiene Association, 33 Canadian National Committee for Mental Hygiene, 55, 236n31 Canadian Social Hygiene Council, 87–88, 92, 242n68 Canadian Standard Efficiency Training program , 193 Canadian Youth Commission, 43, 94, 149, 153–54, 155–56, 190, 203, 237n63 Canadian Youth Congress, 202–203, 247n39, 275n70 Cassidy, Harry, 37 Century of the Child, 1, 18, 21 chaperones, 55, 58, 72, 77, 80, 175–76, 205 Chatelaine, 32, 45, 53, 89, 95–96, 136, 157, 159, 169, 182, 186–87, 204 childhood, 1–2, 19, 20; dependence in, 2, 45, 48; policies to regulate, 24–25, 29–30, 131; rights in...

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