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How American Teens Experience Life

An exploration of teens across racial and ethnic lines produces interesting insights. African-American and Hispanic teens were closer to their parents than Euro-American and Asian-American teens, and were more likely to be disciplined and supervised by their parents. Euro-American parents encourage independence and their teens have the strongest sense of autonomy, yet Euro-American teens are the most likely to participate in youth groups. To learn more about the life and religious experience of American teens, download this 7-page interview with Brad Christerson.

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