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ERIC Number: ED078617
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1973-Jun
Pages: 71
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Reference Count: 0
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A Bibliography of Affective Materials for the Adolescent Years.
Bolen, Jackie
The annotated bibliography lists approximately 146 instructional materials and books useful to teachers who deal with normal and abnormal adolescent affective behavior in junior and senior high schools. An explanation sheet gives instructions for correlating publisher with a specific material, and for finding items according to topic categories. A list of 21 publishers includes addresses. Topic areas of related materials are the following (totals of items for each are in parentheses): social awareness (53), moral decisions (12), interpersonal relationships (51), self understanding (58), and cultural awareness (14). A short evaluative description, playing time, number of pages, purchase or rental price, or other pertinent features accompany each item listing. Some of the subjects materials or books cover are teen-parent relationships, sex education, alcoholism, running away, cheating, maturation and growth, Afro-American history, or American Indian studies. Items by media comprise the following (quantity moted in parentheses): filmstrips with records, cassettes, or guides (73), films (16mm, 8mm, filmloops, and 8mm sound) (40), transparencies (2), simulation games (1), records (3), books and booklets (24), cassettes (1), professional material (1), and study prints (1). (For related information, see EC 052 159). (MC)
Jackie Bolen, Instructional Materials Center, Special Education, 1031 South Broadway-Suite 623, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, California 90015
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Sponsor: Bureau of Education for the Handicapped (DHEW/OE), Washington, DC.
Authoring Institution: University of Southern California, Los Angeles. Instructional Materials Center for Special Education.