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  • ISBN 015665508X
  • ISBN13 978-0156655088
  • Language English
  • Author kenneth keniston
  • Publisher Harvest; Trade Paperback Edition, No edition numb edition (1968)
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The uncommitted; alienated youth in American society. We are seeing today in our culture the revolution the young radicals wanted to bring. They succeeded in taking over the public education system of our nation. They achieved almost every goal.

The uncommitted; alienated youth in American society.

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Notes on Committed Youth. Notes on Committed Youth. Harcourt, Brace, and World, New York, 1968.

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Kenneth Keniston, American psychologist, educator. Rhodes scholar Balliol College, Oxford University, 1951-1953; junior fellow Harvard University, 1953-1956; Guggenheim fellow, 1980-1981

Kenneth Keniston, American psychologist, educator. Rhodes scholar Balliol College, Oxford University, 1951-1953; junior fellow Harvard University, 1953-1956; Guggenheim fellow, 1980-1981. Fellow American Association for the Advancement of Science; member Council Foreign Relations, Phi Beta Kappa, Sigma Xi, India International Center (origin member since 2004). From assistant professor to associate professor Psychology Yale Medical School, New Haven, 1962-1968, professor Psychology, 1968-1975. Andrew W. Mellon professor human development Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, since 1975, professor emeritus, since 2006.

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Keniston, Kenneth,Young Radicals: Notes on Committed Youth. New York, Harcourt, Brace, and World, 1968. 22. Kennedy, Robert . What Can the Young Believe? The New Republic, March 11, 1967, 1. oogle Scholar. 36. Schwartz, Sheila, Self Insight and the Student, Educational Leadership, October, 1967, 45 47, 49–50.

YOUNG RAMCALS: Notes on Committed Youth. Keniston has characterized as inadequate two hypotheses which are widely used to ex-plain young radicalism. Keniston found that the radicals he studied. Interviews 1 ted several. The radical-rebel proposition argues that the radical projects his inner turmoils and family conflicts on so-ciety; he rejects societal authority because he did not and does not accept that of his father. were not particularly preoccupied with the question of authority. Many do not reject their father, and when they clash with authorities -. fourteen students.

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