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Young Delinquency as a Social Product in an Age of Correction

The Chicago School’s Struggle to Humanize Transgression

Shane Blackman

important today in understanding how we try and resolve issues of social intolerance and cultural transgression. Shane Blackman Canterbury Christ Church University E-mail: References Back , Les . 2012 . “ Live Sociology

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Shane Harrison

survivor when one is sexually abused by an individual who is supposed to be a “living representation of Christ” (249). The final part of the volume addresses sexuality and sexual exploitation. Steven Procopio uses a lens of polyvictimization to unpack the

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Sponsoring Ways of Being

Adolescent Boys’ Religious Literacy Practices

Deborah Vriend Van Duinen

’s case, his dad saw the book as an opportunity to see and talk about a “Christ figure.” In Jamal’s case, these books were representative of something that did not align with his family’s religious beliefs and practices. The ways Jamal and Eric were

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“Loving and Cruel, All at the Same Time”

Girlhood Identity in The Craft

Emily Chandler

calls out, “I can feel you in me! I am your daughter now.” This positions Nancy “in Christlike terms, but as a perversion, an anti-Christ of sorts” ( P. Thomas 2009: 225 ). Sarah and Nancy are depicted as opposite sides of the same coin. While Sarah does

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Where to from Here?

Emerging Conversations on Girls’ Literature and Girlhood

Dawn Sardella-Ayres and Ashley N. Reese

Christ-like metaphorical turn as well, with the heroines becoming incapacitated in order to enact change. For Pollyanna, only when she is temporarily paralyzed is she able to transform Aunt Polly into the mother figure Pollyanna desires ( Reese 2014 ). It

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Becoming a Gentleman

Adolescence, Chivalry, and Turn-of-the-Century Youth Movements

Kent Baxter

Christ. According to Digby, if all youth were simply to act out the various aspects of their chivalric nature (honesty, honor, humility, dignity, temperance, constancy), then their flaws, and the flaws of the nation of which they are a part, would be