Adolescence and Schooling in Germany and the United States: A Comparison of Peer Socialization to Adulthood.
by Anne C. Peter, Klaus Hurrelmann & Nancy Leffert — 1993
Compares U.S. and German schooling processes, noting how the countries socialize their youth to adulthood and employment; mentions key elements in achieving good outcomes and preparing productive adults; recommends creating an appropriate balance between the country's labor force needs and the developmental needs of its individuals. (Source: ERIC)
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