eBook Dress, 1st Edition

  • Series Name: Teen Rights and Freedoms
  • Roman Espejo
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  • ISBN-10: 0737766069
  • ISBN-13: 9780737766066
  • DDC: 342.7308
  • Grade Level Range: 10th Grade - 12th Grade
  • 157 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2012 | Published/Released June 2012
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2012
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Overview

This volume in the new Teen Rights and Freedoms series explores issues related to school dress codes, including general Supreme Court legal standards for school dress codes; specific dress-related cases, such as Tinker v. Des Moines Independent Community School District (1969—First Amendment protections in school) and Blau v. Fort Thomas Public School District (2005—the constitutionality of school dress codes); and other dress issues, such as the relationship between dress codes and social norms and discrimination and dress codes. Personal stories of people involved in school dress code issues, including a college reporter examining the appropriateness of enforcing dress codes at colleges and universities, are also featured.

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Teen Rights and Freedoms

Teen Rights and Freedoms is a timely new series from Greenhaven Publishing that examines a broad range of perceived or actual legal rights and freedoms that impact the lives of young American teens. Each volume focuses on a different right or freedom and offers an anthology of key essays and articles on that right or freedom and the accompanying responsibilities. Material is drawn from a diverse selection of primary and secondary sources -- journals, magazines, newspapers, nonfiction books, newsletters, position papers, speeches and government documents, with particular emphasis on Supreme Court and other court decisions.

Features and Benefits

  • This series examines a broad range of perceived or actual legal rights and freedoms that impact the lives of American teens.
  • Many of the volumes cover rights guaranteed under the Bill of Rights and how these rights are interpreted and protected in regard to children and teens.
  • The scope of the series also encompasses additional rights or freedoms, relating to both school and home environments.
  • Teen Rights and Freedoms supports student assignments relating to government, politics, political science, history, law, psychology, and other social sciences.
  • Each volume focuses on a different right or freedom and offers an anthology of key essays and articles on that right or freedom and the accompanying responsibilities.
  • Material is drawn from a diverse selection of primary and secondary sources – journals, magazines, newspapers, nonfiction books, newsletters, position papers, speeches and government documents, with particular emphasis on Supreme Court and other court decisions.
  • Each volume includes a list of organizations to contact, a bibliography, and a subject index.