Social acceptability

Canada, 1957

Film
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Episode of Series “Adolescent Development”.
Depicts a high school girl who is not accepted by a popular school clique, illustrating the correlation between social acceptability and the successful adjustment and happiness of the average adolescent. It further brings out the responsibility of parents to provide adolescents with guidance in the social skills and opportunities to put these into practice. Correlated with the book ‘Adolescent Development’ by Elizabeth B. Hurlock.

Credits

production company

Crawley Films

Language

English

Duration

00:19:07:00

Colour

Black and White

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