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From one of America's leading authorities of juvenile violence comes a groundbreaking investigation of the explosion of violent behavior in girls.
Juvenile violence is no longer just a boy's problem. Twenty-five years ago almost ten boys were arrested for assault for every one girl. Now the ratio is four to one, and it's dropping. See Jane Hit is the first broad examination of this heretofore hidden epidemic. Drawing on his own clinical experience and an incisive analysis of American culture, Jhames Garbarino identifies the factors - many of them essentially positive - that have led to a rise in girl's violence. He also offers a clear-eyed, compassionate prescription for the things we can do to help girls channel their aggressive impulses.
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