Table of contents for The wayward flock : Catholic youth in postwar west Germany, 1945-1965 / by Mark Edward Ruff.

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 List of Illustrations and Maps 00
 Acknowledgments 00
 Glossary of Terms and Organizations 00
 Introduction 1
 Chapter 1. Generation Gaps: Catholic Youth Work and the Dialogue
 with the Past 00
 Chapter 2. Where the Boys Are: Catholic Youth Groups and the
 Competition of Mass Entertainment and Modern Culture 000
 Chapter 3. Where Have All the Young Girls Gone? 000
 Chapter 4. Youth Work in the Industrial Heartland: The CAJ and
 Kolping in the Archdiocese of Cologne 000
 Chapter 5. The Catholic Rural Youth Movement in the Rhineland and
 Lower Franconia 000
 Chapter 6. A League of Their Own: The DJK Civil War and the
 Collapse of Catholic Integralism 000
 Conclusion 000
 Notes 000
 Selected Bibliography 000
 Index 000
 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Church work with youth -- Germany -- History -- 20th century.
Catholic Church -- Germany -- History -- 20th century.
Youth -- Religious life -- Germany -- History -- 20th century.