Table of contents for "Problem" girls : understanding and supporting troubled and troublesome girls and young women / [edited by] Gwynedd Lloyd.

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	Contents 
Acknowledgements
Notes on contributors
Introduction: why we need a book about problem girls				
 GWYNEDD LLOYD
1 Not/Knowing their place: girls' classroom behaviour 				
BECKY FRANCIS 
2 Feeling under pressure: low-income girls negotiating school life		
TESS RIDGE
3 Girls' mental health problems - often hidden, sometimes unrecognised	
CATHY STREET 
4 Exploring the psychosocial landscape of 'problem' girls: embodiment, 	
relationship and agency 
COLLEEN MCLAUGHLIN
5 'Violent Girls': same or different from 'other' girls				
JANE BROWN
6 Growing Up Mean: Covert Aggression and the Policing of Girlhood
LYN MIKEL BROWN AND MEDA CHESNEY-LIND
7 The trouble with sex: sexuality and subjectivity in the lives 			
of teenage girls
MARY JANE KEHILY
8 Black Femininities go to school: How Young Black 				
Females navigate race and gender.
CECILE WRIGHT
9 Girls in trouble in the child welfare and criminal justice system 		
TERESA O'NEILL
10 'EBD Girls' - a critical view							
GWYNEDD LLOYD 
11 "I was never really there" reflecting on girls' 					
non-participation in school
JANET COLLINS AND SUE JOHNSTON-WILDER
12 Engaging girls' voices: learning as social practice				
LEORA CRUDDAS AND LYNDA HADDOCK
13 "My special little house": reforming the risky geographies 			
of middle school girls at Clifftop College
PAT THOMSON, VIVIENNE MCQUADE AND KERRY ROCHFORD
Afterword: 'Problem' Girls - a complex picture 
GWYNEDD LLOYD

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Teenage girls -- Psychology.
Teenage girls -- Social conditions.
Young women -- Psychology.
Young women -- Social conditions.