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100 1  Hinshaw, Stephen P. 
245 14 The triple bind :|bsaving our teenage girls from today's 
       pressures /|cStephen Hinshaw ; with Rachel Kranz. 
250    First edition. 
264  1 New York :|bBallantine Books,|c[2009] 
264  4 |c©2009 
300    xx, 228 pages ;|c25 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references (pages [187]-228). 
505 00 |tImpossible expectations --|tBlue jeans and "blue" genes 
       : depression and the Triple Bind --|tLife in the pressure 
       cooker : impossible expectations and the culture of busy-
       ness --|tNo place to run, no place to hide : the popular 
       culture of "self-erasing identities" --|tWhen virtue is 
       its own punishment : how empathy and verbal skills may put
       our girls at higher risk --|tBratz dolls and Pussycat 
       Dolls : teaching our girls to become sexual objects --
       |tThe wired child : how cyberculture interferes with 
       girls' identities --|tSee Jane hit : the new culture of 
       violence among teenage girls --|tIs there a Triple Bind 
       solution? --|tConclusion: Coming to terms with the Triple 
520    In many ways, today is the best time in history to be a 
       girl: opportunities for a girl's success are as unlimited 
       as her dreams. Yet societal expectations, cultural trends,
       and conflicting messages are creating what psychologist 
       Stephen Hinshaw calls "the Triple Bind." Girls are now 
       expected to excel at "girl skills," achieve "boy goals," 
       and be models of female perfection, 100 percent of the 
       time--putting more and more girls at risk for aggression, 
       eating disorders, depression, and even suicide. Dr. 
       Hinshaw shows concerned parents how to listen, learn, and 
       help girls unlock the shackles of the Triple Bind, 
       discussing key topics, including: how internal conflict 
       can turn self-expression into self-destruction; how 
       traditionally feminine qualities like empathy, self-
       awareness, and verbal ability can put girls at risk for 
       anxiety, depression, and other disorders; the 
       oversexualization of girls; and the reasons girls are 
       channeling pressure into violence.--From publisher 
650  0 Teenage girls|zUnited States|xPsychology. 
650  0 Stress in adolescence|zUnited States. 
700 1  Kranz, Rachel. 
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