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Conditional Freedom

A Portrait of Young Men's Sense of Belonging to the Street in Maputo, Mozambique

Andrea Moreira

for help in distressing situations. Sometimes I would pay for their food, and on a few occasions I helped resolve conflicts with stallholders and others in the market. I had to maintain a certain kind of accessibility to myself in following their

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Stiles X. Simmons and Karen M. Feathers

the differences between their lives and the event depicted in the text, the boys easily moved to placing themselves and their families in the text. John: Well, we would probably have food like chicken and other stuff. We would play basketball instead

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“Be Prepared!” (But Not Too Prepared)

Scouting, Soldiering, and Boys’ Roles in World War I

Lucy Andrew

conditions in schools, including insufficient food supplies and inadequate provision of physical education. Perhaps most significantly, the report identified adolescence as the crucial period for determining the individual’s proper development or

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Buffeted by Political Winds

Children’s Literature in Communist Romania

Adrian Solomon

“controller” stories about uncivilized enemies who want to rule the world and one’s country: “The true friend when / he sits at your table doesn’t / stretch out his legs by / your plate of food / like the Yankee / does as a sign / of scorn and defiance” (58

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Jay Mechling

. “ Boy Scouts and the Manly Art of Cooking .” Food and Foodways 13 : 67 – 89 . 10.1080/07409710590915373 Mechling , Jay. 2005b . “ The Folklore of Mother-Raised Boys and Men .” Pp. 211 – 227 in Manly Traditions: The Folk Roots of American

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Becoming a Gentleman

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

Kent Baxter

, for, he says, “the love of battle is the food upon which we live … We live not—we wish not to live—longer than while we are victorious and renowned—Such maiden, are the laws of chivalry to which we are sworn, and to which we offer all that we hold dear