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Answering teens' tough questions: a YALSA guide (Teens at the library series)
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American Library Association, 2012.
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138 p.
1. Who Are You, Anyway?-Your Own Background and Biases.

2. Who Are Those Teens in Your Library?-A Brief Introduction to Teens Themselves.

3. "What If I Go All the Way?"-Sex and Sexuality.

4. "Does That Girl Even Have a House?"-Homeless Teens.

5. "Did That Hurt?"-Tattoos and Piercings.

6. "You Won't Tell Anyone, Right?"-Dating Violence and Abuse.

7. "Does That Get You High?"-Drugs and Alcohol.

8. "Why Does Everyone Keep Telling Me to Relax?"-Mental and Emotional Health.

9. "You Wanna Fight about It?"-Teen Violence and Juvenile Justice.

10. "Did You See What She Wrote on My Wall?"-Teens and Technology.

Cover, Title,Answering teens' tough questions: a YALSA guide (Teens at the library series)--Preface, Introduction, TOC,Contents--Preface, Introduction, TOC,Foreword--Preface, Introduction, TOC,Preface--References, Appendix, Index,Bibliography--References, Appendix, Index,Index--References, Appendix, Index,About the Author and YALSA.


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E-Kitap 1383092-1001 XX(1383092.1) ALA E-Kitap Koleksiyonu

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More teenagers than ever turn to librarians and teachers to ask private questions they are afraid to share with family and friends. This book offers any librarian a quick primer on talking with young adults about topics of sex, drugs, alcohol, and violence. Each chapter offers background information on a particular topic followed by real-world strategies for supporting teens who may ask for help, often indirectly. Chapters include sex, sexuality, homelessness, tattoos and piercings, dating violence, abuse, drugs and alcohol, emotional and mental health, and the juvenile justice system. YALSA blog manager mk Eagle offers real strategies for the issues teenagers face every day such as answers to specific questions about maintaining online sexual health resources, creating passive health displays, working in a school or community with abstinence-only values and/or curriculum, creating positive atmospheres for healthy discussions, making the library a safe space for everyone, and maintaining teen privacy when other teens speculate about a certain situationReaders discover how to develop protocol for all of the above situations, notice signs of abuse, report to the proper authorities, develop partnerships with agencies inside and outside the justice system, and provide much-needed mental health resources in a confidential way.