47: KidsUp one level
Kids, January 2000
- The Young ... and the (Restless) Grown-ups
Julia Bryan-Wilson, Steven Rubio, Megan Shaw
Conversations among grown-ups about kids tend to move in one of two directions. Either kids are held up as paragons of innocence, or they are damned as representative of everything wrong with society today.
- Youth Liberation of Ann Arbor: Young, Gifted and Media-Savvy
Ann Arbor, Michigan, was a center of youth politics in the early 1970s.
- The Kids Are Alright
I miss having my kids around. They are great people. I like to be reminded of what life is like for a young person.
Ingrate -- This is your kid. This is your kid on drugs. -- a cartoon
- Teens and Drugs: Just Shut Up
Alcohol segregation bans young people from participating in much of the life of their communities. Marijuana segregation would add to this isolation at a very time when stresses between generations are widening.
- Exploring the Cultural Topography of Childhood: Television Performing the "Child" to Children
I have found peace with my television viewing habit, big bottoms and German historians both be damned. Television obviously hasn't hurt me that much.
- How to Read a Housing Crisis: Bay Area Snapshots
A city has a housing crisis when the middle class cannot afford to live there. At least this is the story to be gleaned from Bay Area newspapers.
- Music for Babies, or, How I'm Reconciling Fatherhood with My Record Collection
Listening to Mozart may not make you smarter after all.