How have mixed cultural signals and online social interaction impacted the average teenager’s behavior? Is reducing violence, drug abuse, and dangerous sex a lost cause? This ABC News program examines those questions, presenting three eye-opening stories of teen life.
First, a small Michigan town recoils from a school-hall stabbing, highlighting an alarming rise in abusive teenage relationships.
In the second segment, 14 girls from around the country attend a New York-area slumber party, discussing their personal lives and the confusing world of teen sexuality today.
Finally, viewers get an in-depth look at MySpace.com – the hugely popular Internet meeting place that can spell trouble for misguided teens.
Viewer discretion is advised. Closed-captioned. 40 minutes. 2006.
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