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Taylor, C.N. (1969). Minority Group Adolescents in the United States: EUGENE B. BRODY, M.D. (ED.):. Contemp. Psychoanal., 5(2):190-192.

(1969). Contemporary Psychoanalysis, 5(2):190-192

Minority Group Adolescents in the United States: EUGENE B. BRODY, M.D. (ED.):

Review by:
C. N. Taylor, M.D.

Baltimore, Md.: Williams and Wilkins, 1968. 243 pages, $8.25.

BOTH MINORITY groups and adolescents are currently explosive issues, and there is much room for serious studies of them that set out to inform rather than inflame. At a time when their world is subject to uneasy change and trouble, we need to know the special problems faced by teenagers in racially distinct communities, to discover more about the conditions that influence their "illness" or "wellness." In this book, an attempt is made to convey such information by describing the social and psychological circumstances encountered by young people in minority groups in the United States. Included are chapters on Negroes, Puerto Ricans, Mexicans, American Indians, Japanese, and Chinese.

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