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  Volume 5, Number 3, Fall 2012

Table of Contents

Introduction

Introduction

pp. 351-352
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Object Lesson

“Our Community Helpers” and the American Feminist Struggle against Stereotypes

pp. 353-357
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Essays

The Girls of 83 Round Hill Road : Boarding Houses, Social Interaction, and the Culture of Consumption at Smith College, 1892–1895

pp. 359-392
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Food Rationing and Children’s Self-Reliance in Japan, 1942–1952

pp. 393-418
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“My Room! Private! Keep Out! This Means You!”: A Brief Overview of the Emergence of the Autonomous Teen Bedroom in Post–World War II America

pp. 419-443
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Pricing the Priceless Child: A Retrospective

A Child Comes of Age: Viviana Zelizer: Pricing the Priceless Child: The Changing Social Value of Children: A Retrospective

pp. 445-448
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The Priceless Child Turns Twenty-seven

pp. 449-456
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Viviana Zelizer : Giving Meaning to the History of Childhood

pp. 457-461
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The Priceless Child as History

pp. 462-467
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Pricing The Priceless Child: A Wonderful Problematic

pp. 468-473
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Pricing the Priceless Child as a Teaching Treasure

pp. 474-480
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Teaching Pricing the Priceless Child in a Global Context

pp. 481-484
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Book Reviews

Generations Past: Youth in East African History (review)

pp. 485-489
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Developmental Fairy Tales: Evolutionary Thinking and Modern Chinese Culture (review)

pp. 490-492
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You Can Help Your Country: English Children’s Work during the Second World War (review)

pp. 493-495
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Raising Racists: The Socialization of White Children in the Jim Crow South (review)

pp. 496-498
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. 499-501
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Research Areas

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