Table of contents for Working relationally with girls : complex lives-- complex identities / Marie L. Hoskins, Sibylle Artz, editors.

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Working Relationally 
with Girls: 
Complex Lives/ 
Complex Identities 
CONTENTS 
Introduction: 
Local and Global Realities: Theorizing Gender Relations 
Marie L. Hoskins 
Sibylle Artz 
Mothers' and Girls' Perspectives on Adolescent Sexuality 
Marla Buchanan-Arvay 
Patrice A. Keats 
"I'm Stuck as Far as Relationships Go:" 
Dilemmas of Voice in Girls' Dating Relationships 
Elizabeth Banister 
Sonya Jakubec 
A Mediated Lifespace: 
Working Relationally with Girls 
Marie L. Hoskins 
Lindsay C. Mathieson 
"It's an Acceptable Identity:" 
Constructing "Girl" at the Intersections of Health, Media, 
and Meaning-Making 
J. Nicole Little 
Marie L. Hoskins 
Using Popular Theatre for Engaging Racialized Minority Girls 
in Exploring Questions of Identity and Belonging 95 
Jo-Anne Lee 
Sandrina De Finney 
Radical Pragmatism: 
Prevention and Intervention with Girls in Conflict 
119 with the Law 
Marge Reitsma-Street

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Teenage girls -- Psychology.
Gender identity.
Identity (Psychology) in adolescence.
Teenage girls -- Social conditions.
Social work with youth.