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Takayoshi, Pamela; Huot, Emily; Huot, Meghan – Computers and Composition, 1999
Notes that during adolescence, girls become withdrawn and suffer from lapses of self-confidence, however, girls authoring Web pages devoted to girl power use the Web as a place where they confidently assert themselves and actively shaped their identity. Identifies girl-power sites, explores their potential strengths for girls as authors and…
Descriptors: Authors, Computer Mediated Communication, Females, Identification (Psychology)
Aiken, James B. – 1979
Cognitive and operational difficulties that may ensue from the modification of teacher role into teacher/advisor role can be alleviated by the adoption of four sequential processes. Teachers and administrators involved in role change must pass through the stages of: (1) modifying the old role to include the new; (2) identifying with the new role…
Descriptors: Attitude Change, Counseling, Counseling Effectiveness, Counselor Role
DaGiau, Bette – 1999
One of the most pressing issues that high school counselors encounter is the use of alcohol and other substance abuse among adolescents. This paper explores five major reasons that adolescents give for using alcohol and other drugs. It includes discussions on how peer interactions and the adolescent's search for identity influence the decision to…
Descriptors: Counselor Role, Drinking, Family Counseling, Family Influence