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Protecting Youth at Work: Health, Safety, and Development of Working Children and Adolescents in the United States References CHAPTER 1 Aronson, P.J., J.T. Mortimer, C. Zierman, and M. Hacker 1996 Generational differences in early work experiences and evaluations. In Adolescents, Work, and Family: An Intergenerational Developmental Analysis, J.T. Mortimer and M.D. Finch, eds. Newbury Park, Calif.: Sage. Bachman, J.G., and J. Schulenberg 1992 Part-Time Work by High School Seniors: Sorting Out Correlates and Possible Consequences. Monitoring the Future Occasional Paper 32. Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan. 1993 How part-time work intensity relates to drug use, problem behavior, time use, and satisfaction among high school seniors: Are these consequences or merely correlates? Developmental Psychology 29(2):220–235. Bingham, E. 1992 The Occupational Safety and Health Act. Pp. 1325–1331 in Environmental and Occupational Medicine, 2nd edition, W.N. Rom, ed. Boston: Little, Brown and Co. Castillo, D.N., D.D. Landen, and L.A. Layne 1994 Occupational injury deaths of 16-and 17-year-olds in the United States. American Journal of Public Health 84(4):646–649. Derstine, B. 1996 Job-related fatalities involving youths, 1992–1995. Compensation and Working Conditions (December):1–3. Greenberger, E. 1984 Children, family, and work. Pp. 103–122 in Children, Mental Health, and the Law, N.D. Repucci, L.A. Weithorn, E.P. Mulvey, and J. Monahan, eds. Beverly Hills, Calif.: Sage.

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