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Additional Resources for The Outsiders by S. E. Hinton

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David Ansen, "Coppola Courts the Kiddies," Newsweek, April 4, 1983, p 74.

A review, mostly negative in tone, of Francis Ford Coppola's film version of The Outsiders

Children's Literature Review, Volume 23, Gale, 1991, pp. 132-50.

A collection of interviews, articles, and reviews on Hinton and her works

Nicholas Emler and Stephen Reicher, Adolescence and Delinquency The Collective Management of Reputation, Blackwell, 1995.

After examining the theoretical perspectives on juvenile delinquency by sociology and psychology and dismissing them as based on nineteenth-century thinking, Emler and Reicher ask questions about the context of delinquent behavior in terms of social dynamics. Their questioning leads them to an analysis of identity construction as pursuit or avoidance of delinquent behavior. Finally, they offer solutions through a notion of "reputation management"

Stephen Farber, "Directors Join the S E Hinton Fan Club," New York Times, March 20, 1983, Section 2, Page 19, Column 2.

An article which tries to account for the sudden appeal...

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