Table of contents for So sexy so soon : the new sexualized childhood, and what parents can do to protect their kids / Diane E. Levin and Jean Kilbourne.

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Contents
Introduction: Changing Times, Changing Needs, Changing Responses
Chapter 1 / Never Too Young to Be Sexy: Living with Children in Today's Sexualized 
World
Chapter 2 -- From Barbie to Bratz and Beyond: Sexy Sells 
Chapter 3 -- Sexual Development Derailed: The Toll on Children
Chapter 4 -- The Toll on Parents, Families, and Schools
Chapter 5 -- Helping Children through the Minefields: What Parents, Families and Schools 
Can Do
Chapter 6 -- Working It Out Together: The Power of Connecting Deeply with Children
Chapter 7 -- The Sexualized Child Enters Adolescence: The Floodgates Open
Chapter 8 -- Helping Teenagers Through the Minefields
Chapter 9 -- Creating a New Cultural Environment
Resources
Acknowledgements
Notes
About the Authors

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Children -- United States -- Social conditions.
Sex -- Social aspects -- United States.
Mass media and children -- United States.
Sex in mass media.
Sex in popular culture -- United States.
Body image in children -- United States.
Body image in adolescence -- United States.
Parent and child -- United States.