Youth and Cultural Pluralism
by Robert J. Havighurst & Philip H. Dreyer - 1975
The youth of the 1970s and 1980s are living in a period which favors their recognition of ethnic differences—differences of racial and national origins—and makes them feel that their identification with and allegiance to an ethnic group is an important element in their individual and social life.
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