Teenagers have many different kinds of relationships: with their parents and grandparents, with their brothers or sisters, with their friends, and even with romantic partners. In contrast to media portrayals of teen life, the Gallup Youth Survey indicates that the lives of most young people are not filled with angst and rebellion. This book examines American youth culture and its role in the relationships of young people, and explores how most teens view their interactions with others.
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